Feta Stuffed Peppers

Delicious roasted peppers stuffed with plum tomatoes and feta. These Feta Stuffed Peppers are so simple but make a delicious light lunch. 

A simple but delicious dish anyone can make 

These Feta Stuffed Peppers are so incredibly easy to make. You will be able to make these no matter what your cooking ability is. It is just a case of cutting the peppers in half, removing the seeds and stuffing the rest of the ingredients inside. You don’t even need to chop the rest of the ingredients! The plum tomatoes go in whole, feta is best crumbled with your fingers and you can tear the basil. Simple. 

A healthy recipe with fresh ingredients

These peppers are packed with delicious Mediterranean flavours. The fresh ingredients used rely on their juices to make a tasty dressing. I used spray oil to make these even healthier. You can use olive oil if you prefer, however I don’t think spray oil reduces the flavour. 

In the warmer months, it can sometimes get a little monotonous having a salad every day. These are a great alternative that are a essentially a warm salad. If you are looking for salad inspiration, check out my Simple Chicken & Bacon Salad which is anything but boring. 

Something a little bit fancy 

Even though these Feta Stuffed Peppers are really easy to make, they look a little bit special. If you were to present these to someone, I think it definitely looks like you have put a bit of effort in. You don’t need to tell them how easy it was! 

They are great served as a light lunch or starter. If you are serving them as a starter, I would serve half a pepper per person. 

Make these Feta Stuffed Peppers your own

You can customise these Feta Stuffed Peppers to your preferences. You can use whatever colour peppers you have. I personally wouldn’t use green peppers because I think they are less sweet than the other colours. You can also us whichever small tomatoes you like. My favourites are plum tomatoes but cherry tomatoes work really well too. 

Fresh basil is the best for this recipe. If you don’t have any the best alternative would be frozen basil. I have used this before and it is quite handy to keep in the freezer for whenever you need it. I wouldn’t recommend using dried basil though! 

5 from 1 vote

Feta Stuffed Peppers

Delicious roasted peppers stuffed with plum tomatoes and feta. These Feta Stuffed Peppers are so simple but make a delicious light lunch. 

Course Salad, Lunch, Starter
Cuisine Mediterranean
Keyword Peppers, Feta, Tomatoes
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Servings 2
Calories 202 kcal
Author Curly


  • 2 red peppers halved and de-seeded
  • 250 g plum tomatoes
  • 1 clove of garlic minced
  • 100 g feta cheese crumbled
  • 5 leaves fresh basil
  • tbsp balsamic vinegar
  • pinch black pepper
  • spray oil


  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C (fan assisted, 200°C non fan)

  2. Spray a baking tray with oil. Put the four pepper halves on the tray and divide the ingredients between them. Save some feta to sprinkle once cooked

  3. Spray the peppers with oil and put in the oven for 30-35 minutes until the peppers have softened

  4. Sprinkle over the remaining feta and serve on a green salad. Drizzle with some balsamic vinegar if wanted

Recipe Notes

Nutritional information is given as a guide only and my vary.

Nutrition Facts
Feta Stuffed Peppers
Amount Per Serving
Calories 202 Calories from Fat 99
% Daily Value*
Fat 11g17%
Saturated Fat 8g50%
Cholesterol 45mg15%
Sodium 572mg25%
Potassium 578mg17%
Carbohydrates 16g5%
Fiber 4g17%
Sugar 12g13%
Protein 9g18%
Vitamin A 5044IU101%
Vitamin C 169mg205%
Calcium 267mg27%
Iron 1mg6%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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2 thoughts on “Feta Stuffed Peppers

  1. Choclette

    Love your stuffed peppers. So simple, but so delicious. I’m often in danger of over complicating things and most of the time you don’t need to. I’m going to try this.

    1. Curly Post author

      Really really simple but the flavours go together so well to make a delicious meal. Thank you 🙂


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