Tuna stuffed bell peppers are healthy, delicious and a great meal option.
Tuna is very healthy as it contains omega-3 fats, which help reduce cholesterol and reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease.
It is a great source of protein and can therefore easily be incorporated into a conscious diet or diet.
It contributes to muscle building and regeneration. For the sake of healthy eating, I made a simple dish with canned tuna that can be prepared in 10 minutes and then into the oven.
They’re so simple to make, amazingly flavorful and perfect meal. The tuna mixture has a richness to it from the olives, oil but it’s super healthy. Since bell peppers are readily available year-round, though, it’s perfect any day of the year.
Unlike other stuffed pepper recipes that cut off the tops, the peppers are cut in half. This makes it easier to eat and, if you have light appetites in the house, allows you to stretch one pepper to feed two people.
A fantastic and easy meal. Finished in a moment, saturated and delicious. Don’t miss the opportunity.
Tuna Stuffed Bell Peppers
4 Green or red bell peppers. Don’t forget if you prepare it for dinner you can use only green peppers. Chrono diet rules
1 smaller zucchini
1 clove of garlic
180 g Tuna
Cut the peppers in half and remove seeds and membranes.
Grind and salt the zucchini, then let it stay for about ten minutes, then strain. Cut the onions into rings and fry in some oil. Add the chopped garlic and grated zucchini. Whisk together until excess liquid has evaporated. Salt and pepper to taste.
Finally, add the tuna and stir gently. Arrange the peppers on a baking tray and fill with tuna mixture.
Place peppers in the preheated oven for 20-30 minutes, until cooked all the way through. Remove from oven, serve and enjoy.
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Tuna Stuffed Bell Peppers
- 4 green bell peppers
- 1 smaller zucchini
- 1 spring onion
- 1 clove of garlic
- 180 gr tuna
- black pepper and parsley to taste
- Cut the peppers in half and remove seeds and membranes.
- Grind and salt the zucchini, then let it sit for about ten minutes, then strain.
- Cut the onions into rings and fry in some oil.
- Add the chopped garlic and grated zucchini
- Whisk together until excess liquid has evaporated.
- Salt and pepper to taste.
- Add the tuna and parsley and stir gently.
- Arrange the peppers on a baking tray and fill with tuna mixture.
- Place peppers in the preheated oven for 20-30 minutes, until cooked all the way through. Remove from oven, serve and enjoy.
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