Stuffed Bell Peppers
I came up with this recipe while on the road – the result is a great travel food with easy to find ingredients that requires minimal kitchen tools to assemble. Enjoy!
- 1 red bell pepper (orange and yellow are good, too, or any other colored pepper)
- 1 container pre-made guacamole (you can use homemade, too, if you have it)
- 1 jar sauerkraut (or your own)
- Optional ingredients: salsa, nut “cheese”, chopped nuts or seeds
Here’s how you can assemble a healthy and filling meal on the run:
- Buy a red bell pepper at a grocery store or health food supermarket
- Buy some pre-made guacamole and a jar of sauerkraut
- Cut the bell pepper open (using a plastic knife from the store or rip it open with your bare hands!!)
- Spoon guacamole into each half
- Spoon on some sauerkraut
Eat like a taco!
Extra options for toppings — salsa, nut “cheese”, chopped nuts or seeds.
Have you used peppers as a bread substitute for a sandwich before? What other toppings have you used? Share your experiences and recipe ideas in the comments below.
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