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Ingredients. 2 cups instant brown rice (cooked) 4 medium bell peppers (red, yellow, and orange) 2 cups kale (chopped) 1 can 15 oz garbanzo beans, unsalted. 1/2 cup walnuts (chopped) 1/4 teaspoon salt. 1/8 teaspoon pepper. Rinse and drain garbanzo beans.

Reserve about half of garbanzo beans; mash remaining portion with a fork. Mix rice with kale, garbanzo beans (mashed and whole), nuts, salt and pepper. Fill peppers with mix.

Directions. Heat oven to 375°F. Cook rice according to package directions. Slice sweet peppers in half vertically and remove stems and seeds.

Drain and rinse garbanzo beans. Place half the beans in a medium bowl and set the remainder aside. Lightly mash the beans. Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats with Garbanzo Beans and Kale Recipe.

Instant brown rice to make 2 cups, cooked. 4 medium Red Sun Greenhouse grown bell peppers, red, yellow and orange. 2 cups chopped kale. 1 15-oz can garbanzo beans (chick peas), unsalte. Directions.

Preheat oven to 375°F. Cook rice according to package directions. Slice bell peppers in half vertically and remove seeds. Reserve about half of garbanzo beans; mash remaining portion with a fork. Mix rice with kale, garbanzo beans (mashed and whole), nuts, salt and pepper.

Fill peppers. Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats with Garbanzo Beans and Kale Get Recipe Non-fat Milk Pita Wedges Grapes. Plate Cost for 4 People $13.63 ($3.41/serving)* Fruits & Veggies per Serving 1.25 Cups Featured Recipe Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats with Garbanzo Beans and Kale Recipe Cost for 4 People: $10.54 ($2.63/serving)* Nutrition Info: Calories: 620 Total Fat. Ingredients.

4 medium bell peppers (red, yellow, green and orange) 1 bunch kale. 1/2 cup walnuts. 1 can (15-ounces) garbanzo beans.

2 cups cooked brown rice. 1/4 teaspoon salt. 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper. Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats with Garbonzo Beans What You’ll Need Instant brown rice to make 2 cups, cooked 4 medium Red Sun Greenhouse grown bell peppers, red, yellow and orange 2 cups chopped kale 1 15-oz can garbanzo beans (chick peas), unsalted, drained ½ cup chopped walnuts ¼ tsp salt? tsp pepper Directions 1. Preheat oven to 375°F. Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats Ingredients: 2 cups brown rice 4 medium bell peppers (any color) 2 cups kale (destemed and chopped) 1 can 15 oz low sodium garbanzo beans (chick peas) ½.

Rainbow Bell Pepper Boats with Garbonzo Beans. Red, orange and yellow greenhouse grown bell peppers stuffed with garbanzo beans, kale, walnuts and brown rice make a delicious Mediterranean-influenced vegetarian dish.

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  • They came out so good! I like this way because one can get rid of the fat that ground beef renders and you don’t end up with a greasy dish.

  • I usually stuff eggplant and zucchini, but I use their own “meat” mixed with beef and other vegetables. It’s very common here in Spain

  • Nice and easy!!! I tried mine with brown lentils instead of rice and came out very flavourful. Also with nice vine tomatoes chopped roughly came out lovely.

  • I’ve wanted to make stuffed bell peppers fo so long and these were sooo good! I’m definitely going to make them again. I just added some tabasco, and a shredded carrot because I forgot to buy spinach. Thank you for this recipe!

  • To each his own but I never seen somebody already cook the meat and then stuff it into a bell pepper you want to draw me and the juices to flow and mixing with the pepper when you already cook it you lose that ability to a certain extent

  • Wow! Do you have a twin sister who is a nutritionist? You speak exactly like her, voice inflection and gestures… Great recipe by the way!

  • I haven’t made stuffed peppers for years. I decided to try this recipe yesterday and it was so delicious. It was light and my husband love it. I used ground chicken and lots of spinach. I will make ahead of time and freeze them for next RV trip. Thank you so much for clean and great recipes.

  • Shoot!..I’m gonna add/sneak mushrooms, eggplant, and maybe even sauteed kale! You know…authentic “Dirty Rice” is made with chicken livers I believe…just a thought of another add-in for the brave. ����

  • Love this dish! I made a load and took into the office. Colleagues loved it! Thanks so much Hari. Will be a firm fixture in our kitchen. ������‍��