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Bulgar Wheat Red Peppers

red peppers recipe

Bulgar wheat is a low-cost, high-nutrition whole grain food that can be used in a huge variety of meals!

It has a light nutty flavour and actually ranks quite low on the glycemic index. With high fibre and protein levels, bulgar wheat is also fantastically low in fat and will give your body a helping hand in keeping your digestive system healthy!

Combined with red peppers, this whole grain makes a great main meal that is sure to keep those late night snack urges away!

Bulgar Wheat Red Peppers

In total this dish will take between 40 and 50 minutes to prepare.  To make enough for two people you’ll need the following ingredients.

Ingredients:

  • Four red peppers
  • Three medium mushrooms
  • Fresh or frozen spinach
  • A dash of turmeric
  • Fresh parsley
  • Two carrots, diced
  • 125g of bulgar wheat
  • One onion
  • Two tomatoes
  • Coconut oil

Method:

Firstly, cut the tops off of the peppers and scoop out the seeds. Next, lightly brush them with coconut oil and place them in a preheated oven at 180 degrees C. Leave them for twenty minutes while you get on with the next step.

Add 125g of bulgar wheat to 600ml of water in a pan and bring to the boil before adding in a dash of turmeric, covering and leaving to simmer for 10 – 15 minutes. If you’re using frozen spinach then add a small handful in half way through the simmering process, if you’re using fresh then wait until later!

Whilst the wheat is simmering chop the mushrooms into small pieces, dice the carrots, onion and tomatoes. In a separate pan, boil the carrots for a few moments and then after draining the bulgar wheat add it together with the mushrooms, carrots, onion and tomatoes. If you’re using fresh spinach then now is the time to add it in!

You can now take the peppers from the oven and fill with the bulgar wheat mix. Position the peppers back in the oven for a further ten minutes before taking out and garnishing with the parsley before serving!

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  1. Ah, fantastic – will def be making this one soon. Love a good ‘whack everything together in a pan and mix it about’ recipe! xx

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