Rice Stuffed Red Peppers

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Who doesn’t love a red bell pepper every once in a while, especially if it’s stuffed with savoury spices, rice, and two different kinds of cheese? This easy recipe for Rice Stuffed Red Peppers makes the ultimate side dish, snack, or lunch box treat, and it will satisfy everyone in your household, including any vegetarians in the house. It serves up to four people, and is full of delicious nutrients like potassium, protein, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium, iron, and dietary fiber. If you’re trying to get your family members to eat more fruits and vegetables on a daily basis, this delicious vegetarian recipe could really help. When making this stuffed red pepper side dish, you’ll want to start with an organic red bell pepper. Red bell peppers are on the Environment Working Group (EWG)’s “dirty dozen” list for the top 12 fruits and veggies containing pesticides and other harmful chemical content. Fresh organic produce, on the other hand, is grown in chemical-free soil, is non-GMO, and not sprayed with pesticides. For the healthiest possible meals for your family, always go with organic fruits and veggies whenever possible.*

Nutrition Facts for: Rice Stuffed Red Peppers From Grandmother's Kitchen
Ingredients: Red bell peppers, butter, onin, garlic clove, mushrooms, rice, salt, pepper, feta cheese, mozzarella cheese.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet
* The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings.
* Per Serving:Calories 559, Calories from Fat 138, Total Fat 15.3g 24%, Saturated Fat 9.7g 48%, Cholesterol 51mg 17%, Sodium 833mg 35%, Potassium 465mg 13%, Carbohydrates 85.5g 28%, Dietary Fiber 4.3g 17%, Sugars 7.6g, Protein 17.9g, Vitamin A 82, Vitamin C 256%, Calcium 33%, Iron 30%

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