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So Bright, So Light, So Delicious!
I love Mediterranean food. For example, most of the Greek dishes are very healthy, with fresh, pure and lean ingredients. Not to mention they are absolutely delicious! These stuffed bell peppers always remind me of my trip to one of the Greek islands, and I love the fact that I can now make something very similar right at home.
Although this recipe originally called for green bell peppers, you can use any color you prefer. When I’m making these for a larger crowd, I usually buy red, yellow and orange bell peppers as well. They look so pretty together, with all those bright colors!
This recipe is also perfect for anyone who wants to eat a little lighter. Choose lean ground beef or ground turkey, as well as whole grain brown rice. You can also use reduced fat cheese to cut down on those calories. These will still be delicious!
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Quick Tip: Add some red pepper flakes to the rice/meat mixture for a bit of a kick!