Gluten-free vegan stuffed peppers with wild mushrooms and buckwheat

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Why This one

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Today I am offering you a dish that will convince even the most sceptical that buckwheat is delicious. How about the peppers stuffed with it? Er ... vegetables again ... Vegetables, but not just any - baked! If any of you do not like peppers, it is a sign that you have never baked them. The oven has truly magical power and can extract unusual flavours and aromas from vegetables. After baking, peppers are no longer an ordinary slightly sour vegetable, which causes stomach pain for most people. Ah ... sweet, slightly caramelized, juicy ... Such a pepper stuffed with buckwheat turns into an exceptional dish. You just have to try!



6 red bell peppers

250 grams (2 cups) Roasted buckwheat groats

100 grams (3/4 to 1 cup) dry wild mushrooms

3 red onions

2 garlic cloves

6 tbsp olive oil

small bunch of fresh parsley

salt, pepper

THE how to make


1. Prepare everything first.

2. Cut the bell peppers as shown in the picture, or cut them in half - as you prefer. Put them in an ovenproof dish.

3. Boil buckwheat in lightly salted water.

4. Soak dry, wild mushrooms in very hot water.

5. Finely chop the onion on a large board.

6. In a frying pan, add olive oil and fry the onion until is soft.

7. Drain the dried mushrooms and blend them into a rough mush .  Add them to the onions and mix.

8. Then add the 3 cloves of garlic pressed through the press.

9. Throw in the cooked buckwheat, mix it and fry it all on a slow fire.

10. Water it with soaked mushroom water until the mix absorbs excess liquid.

11. Turn off the gas and wait for everything to cool down.

12. Season with pepper, salt and coarse pepper. Add chopped or dried parsley.

13. Fill each of the peppers with this stuffing and bake them at 180 degrees for about 30 minutes (it depends on the oven; the peppers should be soft).

Gluten-free vegan stuffed peppers with wild mushrooms and buckwheat

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