Bell Pepper Taste Tips  

A snack One of the easiest ways to enjoy bell peppers is as a snack. Try our 15-gram-protein Cucumber-Dill Ricotta Snack Jar or sliced bell peppers with hummus.  

On Kebab Kebabs are a great way to eat more veggies and bell peppers. Marinated Grilled Vegetable Kebabs go well with grilled meats and fish. For a plant-based meal, serve kabobs with beans, lentils, or tofu.  

As a Side This vegetable complements most major dishes. They're flexible and easy to cook. Barrera tells Eating Well, “My favorite way to eat bell peppers is sliced and sauteed with olive oil, minced garlic, garlic salt and red pepper flakes.”  

Our Sautéed Peppers & Onions recipe is perfect for meal prep because it goes with practically any meal, breakfast, lunch, or dinner. “This recipe works well as a side, on toast with parmesan cheese, or mixed with rice or pasta,” explains Barerra.   

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Bell peppers provide freshness and crunch to salads. Our Eat-the-Rainbow Chopped Salad with Basil & Mozzarella reinvents Caprese. Add grilled or roasted chicken or tofu for a fast meal.  

Try Stuffed Stuffed bell peppers with rice and pork are popular. Stuffed Peppers are a classic and visually stunning main dish.   

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