Sweet and a little spicy, these addictive stuffed peppers are the perfect accompaniment to any appetizer spread!
Goat cheese is one of my favorite ingredients.
And what’s better than an edible vehicle that makes delivering that tangy chèvre to your mouth easier?
These bite-sized beauties are so vibrant and addictive – they just burst with flavor. The goat cheese cools off the delicate heat that the peppadews (mild whole sweet piquanté peppers) pack.
I wanted to go for an Italian flavor combo, so I grabbed some basil, parsley and chives from my garden and chopped them finely to go in the mix. I also added a green onion for an extra layer of mild onion-y flavor.
These peppers come together in a snap! The yogurt thins out the goat cheese enough to make it pipe-able. You may need a little more than what I call for in the recipe below if your goat cheese is a little on the firm side.
To make piping and cleanup easy, I used my OXO 8 Piece Baker’s Silicone Decorating Bottle Kit with a star tip, which made them extra pretty for serving.
These were a huge hit at my dinner party, and the few leftovers we managed to save held up beautifully in the refrigerator. That means you can totally make these ahead of time. Bonus!