Paleo Stuffed Peppers is a dinner you need to make as soon as possible. So easy and satisfying.
There are few things more beautiful than an assortment of peppers adding bright colors to a casserole or taking an omelet to the next level. If I had to pick a favorite, I’d definitely go for red peppers every time. Sliced and eaten raw by themselves or used as a vessel to transport dip from a bowl to my mouth, they make me smile.
Naturally, red peppers are outstanding for these paleo stuffed peppers. Slightly baked, but still a little tender and filled with perfectly seasoned meat is an absolutely delicious way to enjoy them.
My family didn’t eat a lot of bell peppers while I was growing up, so my first time making and eating a stuffed pepper was as an adult in my own house. I did quite a good job if you don’t mind me saying so, even if I did use the green peppers. I was surprised at the few ingredients required to make them. There isn’t anything fancy about them and I think that’s one of their best qualities. Sometimes simple is best.
I really like to cook with a dried Herbs de Provence blend but I have a hard time finding it without lavender. If you can’t find it you can use dried thyme in its place.
When picking out the sweet Italian sausage for this recipe, please make sure you only see the pork, seasonings, and an animal or vegetable casing in the ingredients list. If there are lots of fillers, like cracker meal, this meal will go from paleo to not paleo in a hurry.
I’m very happy to share these stuffed peppers with you! They turn out delicious every time, they’re simple to put together and this is such a great paleo dish to serve for dinner. Double the recipe for more peppers or if you want extra for leftovers. These are great for making and taking to a friend to give her or him a night off from cooking.
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