Spicy Stuffed Eggplant & Peppers

Spicy Stuffed Eggplant & Peppers

I don’t know about you guys, more about but I needed a break from all of the eating and drinking I did last weekend. This week it’s all about detox. None of that liquid-only stuff, just real, good, whole foods. These stuffed eggplants and peppers might not be ultra-gourmet, but they’re healthy and easy to make and taste pretty darn good on a weeknight.

Spicy Stuffed Eggplant & Peppers

Instead of stuffing my vegetables with the traditional ground beef, I used mixed whole grains. Usually, I have a few containers of frozen farro or quinoa in the freezer, but I find that these grains from Seeds of Change work great in a pinch. I mixed them up with some tomato sauce, smoked paprika, sherry vinegar and cayenne pepper and stuffed them into a halved eggplant and red pepper. Fresh breadcrumbs and Parmesan cheese were sprinkled on top and it went into the oven for a half hour. I really liked how simple the dish was and how hearty it tasted. Next time I think I’ll add some chickpeas to make it even more substantial.

After eating this for a couple of days, I feel great! I’m all ready for more cookies and pasta and beer. Everything in moderation!


  1. Looks so delicious!!! Love the grains instead of meat in these.

  2. Looks fantastic!

  3. Wow this looks amazing!!

  4. The chickpeas are a great ingredient. They’re so full of flavor and body.

  5. This looks like a classic recipe. I’m sure that I’d love it.

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  7. I made these about a month ago for the first time and yummmm!!!! They are delicious and hit the spot! I continue to make them and even the kids love them! Thank you!

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