Reboot Stuffed Peppers are delicious, nutritious, economical and an excellent make-ahead freezer meal that gives you a warm tummy hug on a cold evening when you don't feel like cooking! #LCHF #EvolvRebootRecipe
Per-heat oven to 400F; cover sheet pan with parchment paper
Wash and slice peppers in half length-wise so the stem shows on both halves; clean out seeds and membrane carefully with grapefruit spoon
Place face-down on parchment covered sheet pan; bake for 20 minutes
Remove from oven; cool face down
When peppers are in the oven, add EVOO to heavy skillet on medium high heat; add chopped onions and saute until translucent
Add beef to onions; season and saute until completely browned, but moist, stirring constantly to break up ground beef
Add minced garlic; stir-fry in for about 30-45 seconds until fragrant
Add oven-dried tomatoes; combine well and re-season to taste
Set aside to cool
Pat dry pepper 10 halves with paper towel; set open side up on new parchment covered sheet pan
Place 1/4 cup filling into each 1/2 pepper cavity; once all are filled, freeze overnight on sheet pan
Wrap well; place in freezer bags labelled and dated
If making only one serving (1/2 pepper stuffed), place it in a bowl with a scant 1/4 cup water; microwave on high for 2 minutes
Drain and serve; I always cover mine at this point with an ounce or 30 grams of Monterey Jack Cheese (and melt it on top).... mmmmm!
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