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Back To School Dinner Ideas!



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Wash and clean the peppers and cut in half, lengthwise from top to bottom.
Place peppers in a lightly greased baking dish. Scoop quinoa mixture into each pepper half. Top with tomato sauce and cheese. Place in oven and bake on 375° covered for about 20-30 minutes then cook uncovered for an additional 5 minutes or until cheese is bubbly.
*Tips&Tricks: If you love your dairy grub, you can top these with shredded cheese! Just place on top before baking. These would also taste great with some feta or goat cheese crumbled into the quinoa mixture before stuffing the peppers.

Nina Safar

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