Stuffed peppers aren’t uncommon in our household.
These are campesino and poblano peppers. When you cut them in half, they’re a great little natural bowl for delicious food and this adventure is no different. This was a last minute dinner.
We just mixed a can of black beans with some flake red pepper and some Dixie Diner Ham (NOT!), stuffed the poblano peppers, and baked them for 30 minutes. Then we sprinkled some Daiya over it and baked for another 10 minutes.
Then we ate them with some salsa verde and Dixie Diner Chicken and Cheese Fajita soup. We’ve been trying a lot of their products, which are mostly flavored textured vegetable protein (TVP to veterans). So far, we’re fans.
We hope you get to try them. Let us know what your favorite Dixie Diner products are… so we can EAT THEM!
This is Brent and Christie, signing off!
I may be in the minority, but I love TVP. A vegan pre-flavored variety sounds tasty (some pre-flavored varieties aren’t vegan, or even vegetarian, LAME). Looking Dixie Dinner up now!
Dixie Dinner is awesome. Their ham (NOT!) is awesome in tofu scramble!
Radical. Dude, still enter the pit paste essential oil giveaway, and I will send you some whether or not you win 😉
Love this take on stuffed peppers. I’ve never heard of Dixie Dinner, but I’m going to look them up now!
Ack… it’s Dixie Diner… must correct.
I’m a huge fan of stuffed peppers- I might have to try grilling them though because I refuse to turn my oven on again until September 😉
That makes too much sense. I’d love to see/taste them grilled. Drooling…
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Good Stuff, do you have a flickr account?