Ingrid Hoffmann's Veggie-Stuffed Poblanos

Ingrid Hoffmann's Veggie-Stuffed Poblanos
Source: Latin Comfort Foods Made Healthy. Recipe Credit: . Photo Credit: Mittera.
Summary

Poblano peppers are mostly used in Mexican cuisine. They are packed with flavor and are great to stuff with just about everything but the kitchen sink. They do have a hint of spice, just enough of a kick to enhance the flavor.


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  • Prep time
    10 min
  • Cook time
    20 min
  • Servings
    4 Servings
  • Serving size
    1 stuffed poblano
Dinner Main Dish Vegetarian Veggie Rich Latin American Mexican/Southwestern
Nutrition Facts

Nutrition Facts

4 Servings

  • Serving Size
    1 stuffed poblano
  • Amount per serving Calories 110

  • Total Fat 6g
    • Saturated Fat 1.5g
    • Trans Fat 0g
  • Cholesterol less than 5mg
  • Sodium 160mg
  • Total Carbohydrate 13g
    • Dietary Fiber 3g
    • Total Sugars 6g
  • Protein 5g
  • Potassium 550mg
  • Phosphorus 125mg

Choices/Exchanges: 3 Nonstarchy vegetable, 1 Fat

Dinner Main Dish Vegetarian Veggie Rich Latin American Mexican/Southwestern
Ingredients

Ingredients

  • Nonstick cooking spray
    1
  • large poblano peppers
    4
  • olive oil
    1 tbsp
  • mushrooms (coarsely chopped)
    1 package
  • carrots (shredded)
    1 cup
  • green onion (scallion) (thinly sliced)
    4
  • garlic (minced)
    4 clove
  • salt
    1/8 tsp
  • fresh basil (chopped)
    2 tbsp
  • queso fresco (crumbled)
    4 tbsp
Directions

Directions

  1. Preheat the broiler. Line a broiler pan with foil. Lightly spray the foil with nonstick spray. Place the poblanos on the pan and broil, 4 inches from the heat, turning occasionally, until the poblanos are tender and slightly charred in spots, about 8 minutes.

  2. Place the poblanos in a zip-close plastic bag; squeeze out the air and seal the bag. Let stand 15 minutes. Leave the broiler on.

  3. Heat the oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Add the mushrooms, carrots, scallions, garlic, and salt and cook, stirring occasionally, until the vegetables are tender, about 8 minutes. Remove from the heat. Stir in the basil until well mixed.

  4. Meanwhile, peal the poblanos. Make one slit to create a pocket and remove the seeds. Stuff each pepper with one-quarter of the mushroom mixture and top with 1 Tbsp of cheese.

  5. Broil the stuffed peppers, 4 inches from the heat, until the filling is hot and the cheese begins to melt, about 4 minutes.

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