What is the proper Dukan Diet for asthama patients?

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Quick question: What is the proper Dukan Diet for asthama patients? Hoping for any comment. Second question.. I've noticed that a lot of you make stuffed peppers from the meatloaf or the risotto. Do you parboil the pepper first? And, how long do you bake it?.


Comments (8)

That's a good question. I'm not sure what is the answer to that question. I'll do some poking around and get back to you if I got an answer. You should email the people at Dukan Diet as they probably know..

Comment #1

MMMmmm. Thanks Amanda. I like the idea of roasting it first....and adding tomatoes..

I've never made a stuffed pepper. Actually, I've never had one either. I'm looking forward to something different...

Comment #2

I don't do anything to the pepper before I bake it. After I stuff the pepper I top it with a little tomatoe sauce and ff chesse then bake it at 375 for 35 mins.



Comment #3

I don't do anyhting to the pepper either but someone (thank you debbie) suggested nuking it for a few minutes to soften it up..which made it cook faster in the oven......

Comment #4

Great idea. That was my concern.....that it would either take forever or it would still be crunchy...

Comment #5

Hi! I make stuffed red peppers with the Black Beans & Rice (lunch entree). I cut a pepper in half lengthwise and rinse it off (don't dry it) and put in a casserole & cover, microwave a few mins. until tender. I put the beans & rice in each pepper & top with FF cheese and stick it back in the microwave to melt cheese (few seconds). Sometimes I put this on top of sauteed Broccoli slaw, and red onions (using Pam cooking spray). If I have time, I might bake it in the oven, but I have found that this is so much faster and then you don't even have to heat up your kitchen! A lot of things taste good stuffed in a pepper, but this is one of my faves!..

Comment #6

And you are my Debbie that I speak of!!! Thanks GF for your help!..

Comment #7

Crunchy is not a bad thing actually. And I did read that the red and yellow peppers have more nutrients than the green peppers......

Comment #8

I do parboil mine. I like them cooked all the way through in a stuffed pepper. I can eat them raw in a salad or stir-fried to a crunchy consistency, but for some reason when do stuffed peppers, I prefer them cooked..

To each their own! :P..

Comment #9

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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