Stuffed Piquillo Peppers

For those of you who have never tried a piquillo pepper, they are not spicy. When people see the word pepper, they immediately think that it’s going to be hot. Piquillo peppers are similar to a bell pepper and can actually be kind of sweet.

This simple recipe actually makes 2 different types of appetizers. One of which is a low carb version. These stuffed piquillo peppers can help set the tone of a party with a fancier more gourmet style rather than the regular chips and dip.IMG_0880.jpg

Serving: 5-8
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0

Ingredients:

Directions:

  1. Line a plate with paper towels
  2. Open the jar of Piquillo Peppers
  3. Carefully take out the piquillo peppers and lie them on the paper towel
  4. Pat them dry to soak up the excess oil
  5. Cut the piquillo pepper to make them bite size, but large enough that you can still stuff them
  6. Open the Piquillo & Artichoke Bruschetta and scoop as much bruschetta into the piquillo pepper without overstuffing it
  7. Open both packages within the Quinoa Meal
  8. Mix as much Jalapeño & Roasted Pepper sauce with the quinoa
    • You will not use all of the quinoa meal in this recipe
  9. Stuff the remaining piquillo peppers with the Jalapeño Quinoa Meal mixture
  10. Serve & Enjoy!

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