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An excellent dish for guests, a simple rice salad is stuffed in sweet capsicums, topped with cheese and baked. You can do without the cheese for a healthier option. Serves 4. Recipe by Mervyn Phan.
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Ingredients: 4 large yellow capsicums that are able to stand upright; 2 cups cooked rice; 80g French beans; 100g canned corn kernels; 1 large tomato, seeded and diced; 4 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil; Salt and pepper, to taste; 10g coriander, minced; 100g shredded cheese (optional).
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