Savory with sweet mini red peppers, this foolproof tortilla Española recipe will be your new favorite brunch, breakfast, or dish. This is not your mama’s frittata, it’s even perfect for a tapas night.
Swap out tortilla chips for these mini, sweet tribelli peppers loaded with ground beef, cheese and avocado. It’s the perfect appetizer for your Cinco de Mayo parties.
Those mini sweet peppers you see at the store? Grab a bag, because they make some vibrant, delicious recipes. Also known as Tribelli peppers, they’re crisp and colorful.
Take your basic crispy salad base with bell peppers and pack it for lunch with fun protein toppings like roasted salmon, curry lentils or tortilla chicken.
This crunchy, creamy stuffed pepper appetizer can be done in minutes and doesn’t require any cooking. Perfect for your next party or even packed up for a snack on the go.
Perfect for game day or entertaining at home, these colorful stuffed peppers filled with cream cheese and sausage are an easy and impressive appetizer.
This polenta bake is a cozy one for sure. Slow cooking is the key to perfectly creamy and luscious polenta.
A super simple Tex-Mex dish, this Chiles Rellenos Casserole is pure comfort food!
A well-balanced vegan dan dan noodles using healthy shiitake mushrooms and red bell pepper.
You know they old saying, when life gives you a giant bag of dried Red New Mexico Chiles, make a delicious pureed sauce. Though this looks so spicy it’ll burn off even Mark Twain’s undead eyebrows, the taste is slightly smoky and mild. It’s a great addition to a variety of dishes.
Grilled Lemon Shishito Peppers. Vegan. Gluten Free.
The bright, fresh flavor of mild peppers makes them an ideal vessel for all your favorite fixin’s. To get your wheels spinning in a new direction, here are a few favorite takes on stuffed peppers. Good eats, guaranteed.
For a quick and easy Meatless Monday meal, combine a vibrant vegetable with a delicious meat-free substitute.
A delightful recipe of boiled baby potatoes with mint and garlic, spruced up with fresh peppers and sprouts.
That plate of fried onion rings can be pushed to the side. These roasted Delicate squash rings beautifully drizzled with color is what should be on your table tonight.
Tapas are genius. How fun are they at a party? Try these roasted red peppers adds a pop of color to your luscious elegant bites.
A perfect vegetable dish for colder months, these freekeh stuffed peppers are packed with flavor, nutrition, and topped with a crispy egg.
Stuffed mini peppers are ideal for an appetizer or a side dish at dinner. Warm or cold these colorful bites are tangy, creamy, and delicious.
Reminiscent of a mattar paneer, these mini stuffed peppers are a delicious two-bite appetizer. Enjoy them warm out of the oven.
A Chinese-inspired dish from Thailand and Laos, this recipe is quick, easy, and totally delicious. Be ready for a kick of awesome spice.
A slow cooker meal is a lifesaver for a busy day. Serve the meat and peppers on your favorite bread or roll for a filling and flavorful sandwich.
Based on the cocktail, this salmon is doused in lime and sprinkled with rum and mint. To add a pop of flavor, three peppers are used to marinate the fish.
This recipe is a great starter for a stress-free dinner party with bold flavors. It is beautiful in color and you can do most of the preparation well in advance.
Use these peppers as a veggie-heavy side dish or to satisfy non-meat eaters in your life in a totally non-boring way.
Served with a side of rice, these colorful stuffed peppers make for a satisfying vegetarian dinner.
This is a gluten-free spin on a classic stuffed pepper dish. Super delicious and super comforting.
This recipe serves 4 to 6 people. It can also be served hot or warm. The filling is versatile so you could add it to tomatoes or mushrooms.
A vegetarian style pizza disguised under layers of meaty mushrooms and smoky provolone.
Miriam Garcia with one of the most classic Spanish tapas – fried padron peppers.
It’s hot out . It’s summertime. It’s salmon season. It’s time to grill.
These Padron peppers literally melt in your mouth with a small amount of salty heat chasing a lingering pepper flavor.
These stuffed peppers or chiles rellenos are not the same thing as the cheese stuffed poblano peppers many think of when they hear chiles rellenos.
Even if you’re not a carnivore, there are plenty of reasons to break out the grill.