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Vegetarian stuffed peppers are hearty, healthy, and delicious!
It’s hard finding vegetarian main dishes that are not pasta or some kind of cheesy casserole (also usually with pasta!) I mean there’s tofu, but that’s not always a real crowd pleaser.
These stuffed peppers are chock full of veggies, quinoa, and black beans and use a delicious seasoning blend to bring them all together. Yes, there’s cheese, but it’s not a dish that is all about cheese. In fact, you could easily leave the cheese out and it’s still pretty delicious.
You can also customize this in a lot of ways. I like red and yellow peppers, but if you like green, go for it. Have brown rice instead of quinoa? I don’t see why that won’t work. Use chickpeas instead of black beans and any green you want.
If you have leftover filling, it makes a delicious dip for corn chips. In fact, I’ve made the filling and served it as a dip at parties and everyone thinks it’s amazing.
Black Bean and Quinoa Stuffed Peppers
These easy to make stuffed peppers make for a delicious vegetarian main dish that is unique and satisfying.