Searching for recipies that include red bell pepper:
An new take on the affordable Hot Pepper Stew the soldiers ate during the Revolutionary War to keep up their energy, this version leaves out the tripe and bacon, but adds in hearty beans, immune supporting kale and protein packed quinoa. Still easy on the pocketbook, this new and improved version w...
The saltiness of the teriyaki and the sweetness of that pineapple slice is the perfect combination! The tempeh has soaked up all the flavors and using two binders of oats and flax will be sure to keep this little guy nice and dense; no crumbles here!
The ultimate one-pot meal! This plant-based riff on authentic Spanish Paella has deep layers of flavor that will have you scooping up the very last drop of goodness with big thick crusty bread!
This perfectly portioned is stuffed bell is packed with the protein you'll need to power through the day. Shoot, you can even eat the bowl.
A little smoky, a little spicy, this easy to come together recipe hits the senses, checks off the nutrients needed and keeps those calories low. Using one whole bunch of greens, to boot! Who needs a salad? Not you.
As unappealing as it sounds to me, I have to give the creator of the Turducken some cred - that was pretty inventive. As the trends with the Thanksgiving turkey come and go (smoked, fried, stuffed into other species of birds...), too there has been a slow but apparent uprise in creative veg dishes s...
A ho-hum staple just got a kick in the pants. My brother who wouldn't eat anything green if his life depended upon it actually went back for seconds when I brought this to the table. Now, there is a testament.
Craving Mexican tonight? This tamale bowl is perfect! The creamy, cheesy polenta is a surprise at the bottom, topped with roasted corn, sweet bell peppers, a back bean and green chile mixture, fresh baby kale and topped with a spicy, smoky chipotle tomato sauce!
It tastes like chicken! What the heck does that even mean anymore?! This flavor packed, cholesterol free alternative to the original cluck version will wow your friends...promise.
Tofu, yes you ca-do! This is a perfect brunch dish (anytime, really) as it's easy enough to whip up for just your or a crowd. It keeps for about 3-4 days, covered in the fridge, and it very versatile. Add whatever vegetables you'd like (or maybe none at all - I don't want to hear about that!), spice...
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