It provides a strong immune system, peak power for the head and a beautiful and smooth skin: With the spicy vitamin bomb paprika you feed yourself in great shape!Sharp Immune Booster: Paprika.
In happy colors it shines and is nevertheless a creature of the night. However, their relatives are not vampires, but other nightshades such as the tomato or the potato. Where the name comes from is not sure.
But it is certain that Christopher Columbus also brought the peppers to Europe. Today, the crisp vitamin C suppliers from our kitchen have become indispensable – a red pod contains twice as much vitamin C as two oranges.
Another plus: Paprika brings lots of antioxidant, cell-protective carotenoids on the plate, strengthens the immune system and tightens the skin and connective tissue.
Tip: The peel of the pepper is quite hard to digest. Peeling helps. Or barbecue and pull off.
High in:Vitamin C, B vitamins, fiber, potassium and calcium.
Shelf life: fresh in the fridge for about 3 days.
Recipe: Stuffed peppers
Ingredients (for 2 people): 1 clove of garlic, 1 onion, 2 teaspoons oil, 300 g lean beef mincemeat, 0.5 chilli pepper, lovage, iodised salt, pepper, 2 large beef tomatoes, 2 red peppers, 200 ml vegetable broth (instant).
1. Peel garlic and onion, cut into small pieces. Fry in 1 teaspoon of oil until translucent. Add the hack and fry until it becomes crumbly. Season with salt, pepper, lovage leaves and finely chopped chili.
2. Cut off the capsicum, wash the peppers, clean and fill with the hack, put on the lid. To dice tomatoes.
3. Heat remaining oil in a saucepan, add tomatoes to it, season. Add broth. Put peppers on top. Cover and simmer for about 30 minutes over low heat. This fits rice or flatbread.