2TablespoonsFelippo Berio Olive OilOlive oil helps decrease the total cholesterol and “bad” LDL cholesterol levels.
2Boxes/CansCrushed TomatoesTotal about 26-28oz’s of tomatoes.Tomatoes have two key nutrients that have a big impact on heart health: lycopene and potassium. Research shows that lycopene may lower LDL, or “bad” cholesterol, and keep blood from clotting, which lowers stroke risk.
5-6Orange/Red Bell PeppersThese are a particularly good choice for heart health as they are full of lycopene, which is not found in green peppers. They are also a source of cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber and powerful antioxidant vitamins A and C, which are good for heart health.
1Cup FarroFarro may have several health benefits, including protection against heart disease and benefits for weight loss. On the whole, farro is a tasty and nutritious alternative to refined grains.
First, slice all veggies, except the peppers.
Next, heat your skillet to medium and add your oil, garlic, and green onions and stir.
Then, squeeze your turkey sausage out of the casing and lightly brown.
Next, add your mushrooms, crushed tomatoes, 1 cup of water, uncooked farro, oregano, salt, pepper, and basil and stir. Stir occasionally and cook an additional 5 minutes.
Then, turn off the stove and stuff your peppers. Next, stand them up in the skillet, add grated cheese, chopped basil, and bits of pepper if you wish to the top.
Lastly, add 1 cup water to the skillet cover and simmer for 25-30 minutes over a medium to low heat…..Serve and enjoy!!!!