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Bell pepper, your colors and nutrients!

Pepper is a vegetable from the pepper family, which gives a special touch to various recipes. Many people think that there are several types of peppers (green, yellow and red), but in fact there is only one type, what really changes are the maturation stages (the green is the initial one, then it turns yellow and then it becomes red). Each phase of this maturation has different nutrients: the red one has more zinc and vitamin A, the yellow one has vitamin C. The green one has this vitamin, but in less quantity, because the longer the foot, the more nutrients the pepper accumulates. All of them have many antioxidants and are very good for our health: -Strengthen immunity; -Protects heart health; -Helps in vision health, etc. How to consume? -Sautéed, grilled or stuffed; - Antipasti; -Sauces; -Salads, soups and broths; Stuffed Pepper Recipe: INGREDIENTS: 500g chicken breast 4 large peppers (green, red or yellow) 500 ml chicken broth 1 chopped onion 150 grams of cream cheese 100 grams of diced mozzarella cheese Chopped heart of palm to taste 3 tablespoons of olive oil Chopped parsley to taste Salt and black pepper to taste PREPARATION MODE: Start by washing the peppers; Then, cut the cap and discard only the seeds. Cook the chicken breast in the chicken broth until it is tender. Uncoil the chicken and set aside. In a saucepan, place the oil and sauté the onion and chicken. Add salt, black pepper and cream cheese and mix well. Add the cheese, the pieces of heart of palm and the parsley, mix and turn off the heat. With the filling ready, place it inside the peppers and close with the reserved lids (if necessary, secure them with a toothpick). Place them on a baking sheet. Cover the pan with aluminum foil and bake in a preheated oven at 200ºC for about 20 minutes. Remove the aluminum foil and let it bake until it begins to brown. Turn off the oven and serve. Source of revenue:


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