Yup, but you might wanna make sure and wait for another person here to confirm this as I am not quite sure. Better yet, why don't you e-mail the Medifast guys because they can answer you better...
Another one of unknown origin:.
Bell Pepper Crackers.
1 whole red bell pepper.
C ground flax seed.
Salt to taste.
Spices to taste.
1 T of nutritional yeast flakes.
Liquid if needed.
Blend till smooth. Pour onto a teflex and dehydrate, flip over onto the mesh sheet and continue to dehydrate until no longer not moist and a bit crispy..
Use these like bread, or a tortilla. If made thick enough, it can be be a scooper! Great and cheesy, almost cheddar..
This one may have actually come from here somewhere..
I've been making chili with mine...and it is yummy!..
Jade Cafe here in LA includes dehydrated strips of bell peppers in their herbed flax crackers. They're a nice, sweet counterpoint to the crackers. They also use dehydrated strips of red bells to garnish/enhance their rawvioli. Yummy...
Mmmmmmmm! Sounds delish! Actually, you're reminding me of that awesome cheese Medifast recipe that I associate with you. Let me see...Oh yeah, there it is:.
Doe’s Cheddar Cheese.
Blend until creamy:.
1 large red bell pepper.
1 c raw cashews.
1 T tahini.
3 T nutritional yeast.
1 tsp. sea salt.
1 T minced onion.
1 clove garlic.
2 T lemon juice.
You could convert this to a nacho cheese type by adding some jalapeno to taste..
Variation: add 1 cup MORE cashews, another tsp. of sea salt, and about 1 T of olive oil. Wow oh Wow! The result was much thicker and more "cheesy." If you haven't already, you really should try this!.
Thanks for reminding me. I'll make that to go with the chili!LOL.
Chili huh? I was thinking of making chili in the coming days. Would you mind sharing the Medifast recipe or post the ingredients? I'm not too familiar with "Mexican" Medifast food but it sure sound like it would be great to warm up our insides as we are slowly getting buried under snow here... (I'm not complaining! It's so, so beautiful!).
Thanks for the tip! Pepper strips would be perfect if I find I won't be able to use them all before they start going on me...
How about dicing and freezing?.
Or, dice and mix with corn, cucumber, parsley or cilantro, lime, red onion and garlic for a nice relish?.
Out of them?.
(that's always my favorite!)..
I like to use the red or green pepper on salad, it is really tastly!.
However, different people, different tastes...
I once saw a Medifast recipe for cream of red pepper soup. Can't find it at the moment. However, it really sounds good right now. Since I don't have it saved to my computer maybe it was in Alissa's book. Anyone know?.
Thank you so much everyone! Now I won't have ENOUGH peppers to try all these wonderful ideas!.
I just love the fake lips idea!LOL.
Here's a Cream or Red Pepper I found, although not from this board:.
RawGuru’s Cream of Red Bell Pepper Soup.
6 red bell peppers (seeded, chopped).
3 sticks of celery (chopped).
1 carrot (chopped).
3 tsp. fresh ginger.
1-2 tbs. lemon juice.
3 tbs. fresh basil.
1/2 bunch of fresh herbs, parsley, cilantro, etc..
1/2 tsp. cayenne.
1 young coconut (meat and water).
3 ripe avocados (chopped).
1 ts. olive oil.
Water or celery juice, or cucumber juice to thin out the soup.
Celtic sea salt to taste.
Put everything in a high speed blender and blend till smooth or leave chunky. Garnish with sprouts and/or lemon zest..
Where we live however, there's hardly ever any young coconut available. Sigh....
When I banana searched red pepper, it came up with a mention of a Red Pepper and Tarragon pasta sauce which sounds great but, unfortunately, no Medifast recipe though. Does anyone have this by any chance?..
Here is the chili thread. Its my favorite recipe!!! It calls for 2 avocados but I only use 1. Enjoy!!.
If you have more then you can handle at one time, they freeze well and then it's great to add to recipes. I like to put them in Alissa's Marinara Sauce. YUMMY!..
Oh Thanks Jen!.
I've been meaning to make this much praised Medifast recipe but didn't realize it called for peppers! Perfecto!.
I shall make it tomorrow as I already have some chili flax crackers made. Can't wait!!!..
I make a really simple red pepper soup..
Blend some red pepper (2 per person) in the vitamix untill really, really smooth, it must be smooth otherwise it will not taste good..
Garnish with avocados, cucumber or any other veggies...
You could actually eat them on their own and make a meal out of them. Since they are sweet, they are very satisfying...