While dieting, I like to discover as many healthy recipes as possible to add variety to my weight loss journey. Becoming bored eating relatively the same meals and ingredients only decreases your chances of succeeding with losing weight.
That’s why I’m a strong advocate on spreading the word of delicious and healthy recipes that are refreshing and will keep you from getting bored.
So, today, let’s add a new recipe to the list of dietary meals that is delectable, healthy and so uplifting. Plus it will add some selection to your weight loss meals and will completely raise your chances of success with losing weight.
Today, the meal I’m spreading the word on to all fellow dieters is stuffed peppers. Yum. My mouth waters just thinking about how good this recipe is.Try this wondrous diet recipe and see for yourself how incredible it is and how you don’t even feel like you are eating a diet recipe. This recipe is only 240 calories which will make losing weight so much easier and much more enjoyable.
Stuffed Peppers Recipe
Place a pot on the stove and add in one cup of water and half a cup of long grain white rice (and some black beans if you like). Turn the heat on medium and bring it to a boil. Take a frying pan and turn the burner on medium. Using a drizzle of oil, add one pound of ground beef (or ground turkey if preferred) and cook until done.
Take six red peppers (or if you’d rather you can use green or yellow) and remove the tops. From there, eliminate the middle of the peppers. On a baking dish, place the green peppers upright.
Drain the rice and place it in a bowl. Add in the beef as well as one eight ounce can of tomato sauce, a quarter teaspoon of garlic powder, a dash of pepper and salt, a quarter teaspoon of onion powder and one tablespoon of Worcestershire sauce. Mix well.
Place an identical amount of the mixture in each pepper. In a bowl, add one teaspoon of Italian seasoning and one eight ounce can of tomato sauce. Mix together and drizzle over the peppers. Bake the stuffed peppers for one hour in the oven at three hundred and fifty degrees.