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Amazingly Delicious Stuffed Peppers #Recipe


There are few recipes that I just love making and I just love Stuffed Peppers, there are so many ways you can make them your very own. I recently shared a recipe for Mini Taco Stuffed Peppers With Cilantro Lime Cream Sauce and today I want to share with you this Amazing Stuffed Peppers recipe. They not only make great appetizers but they are also super delicious. If you have picky eaters they just might enjoy having these stuffed peppers. We added cheese to the top of our peppers to give it an extra kick, after all cheese just makes everything taste better. Don't just take my word for it, give it a try.


Here is what you'll need:

Ingredients:

6 medium bell peppers
1 pound of lean ground turkey
1/2 medium onion, diced
1 tsp. minced garlic
1 14-15 oz can of diced tomatoes
1 tbs. garlic powder
1 tbs. onion powder
1 tbs. cumin
1 tbs. paprika
1 C. brown rice, cooked according to package directions
1/2 C. shredded mild cheddar cheese (optional)
Salt to taste (optional)

Directions:

1. Preheat the oven to 325 degrees.

2. Brown the lean turkey with the diced onion and minced garlic and drain fat. Set turkey mixture aside in a medium size bowl.


3. Open the canned tomatoes and drain the liquid from the can into the bottom of a baking dish (I used a 9x9 square pan). Add the tomatoes and all the seasonings to the browned turkey. Add in the brown rice, mixing well. Finally, add in 1/4 cup of the shredded cheese. (this can also be optional but I guarantee you'll love it this way, I only added cheese to the tops of the peppers prior to baking).


4. Slice the tops off the peppers and boil for 3 minutes on high to soften.

5. Remove from the water and allow the peppers to cool a few minutes. Place in the baking dish and fill each with the turkey mixture.


6. Top each pepper with the remaining shredded cheese.

7. Bake 20-25 minutes to heat through.


*Makes 6 servings 1 pepper = 1 serving.

Annmarie John
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31 comments:

  1. Love these! We also love making stuffed bell peppers with those tiny, sweet bell peppers. I love your addition of cumin ;)

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  2. I am definitely going to try this. It's mouth watering!

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  3. Hum-never thought of pre softening the peppers before baking-what a great idea! I dfo love stuffed peppers but generally make them with lean hamburger. I probably should try the turkey!

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  4. Mm! Cassidy just made stuffed peppers the other night but he used quinoa instead of rice. It was different but I really love rice so I probably would have started there.

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  5. I really wish my husband liked peppers. I've only made stuffed peppers twice the entire 18 years we've been together because he is such a baby about eating them. These do look so delicious!

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  6. These looks all awesome. I wanna try this at home.

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  7. These look craaaazy good! I'm definitely showing this easy recipe to my mom! Haha! :D

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  8. Mouthwatering! I'd like to try your recipe. It looks very easy to do.

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  9. Every time I see a peppers as a toppings or used as to neutralize the taste or savor of the food, I get them and eat them first. Peppers do increase my appetite.

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  10. Stuffed Peppers recipes are becoming a fad in a restaurants worldwide. Others, used Jalapeno pepper or long sized pepper for cooking. Nothing compare to these menu that brings culinary expertise to all.

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  11. Wow... so mouth-watering!! And the steps are pretty simple. Can do it even in office. Haha

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  12. Wow... so mouth-watering!! And the steps are pretty simple. Can do it even in office. Haha

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  13. These look so delicious! I want to try and make these and I know that my family would love this for dinner!

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  14. That looks restaurant-quality yummilicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe - I'd love to try it but gonna convince the kids to eat bell peppers first! 😄

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  15. Yum yum yum... this stuffed peper looks good... in fact the stuffings look good enough to eat on its own! Thanks for the recipe! Will take picture and share with you if I ever try it!

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  16. I love the sound of this recipe! I love stuffed peppers but don't tend to make them myself - will definitely be trying this recipe! Sim x

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  17. This looks so much yummy and delicious.As per your review the recipe is quite easy to try,so I'll surely gonna give it a try.

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  18. Wow! I love stuffed peppers, especially the Greek style! Been making to make one but never really pushed through with it. I keep forgetting! Will try your recipe soon, Going to see if we have turkey meat in the market, it's not that common in Manila. :)

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  19. Those look amazing and I should give it a try soon. It looks easy-to-prepare and it's something that will be a huge hit at home. You got me at the cream sauce.

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  20. wow! another nice recipe that my wife would simply try. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

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  21. Wish I hadn't read your post an hour before dinner time.. Those peppers look so delish and my tummy is growling now yet I still have to wait for another hour.....

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  22. oh my god, i would definitely try this out. ive been meaning to try stuffed peppers

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  23. wow, brown rice? i've tried those bell peppers stuffed with minced meat before and i didn't quite like it because i'm not a huge fan of meat. perhaps i can try this out to see if the taste suit me better. :)

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  24. This looks like a very promising viand. The filling alone sounds like it would be very tasty on its own.

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  25. I will definitely try this soon and i think my kid will like this because it has cheese.

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  26. I will definitely try this soon and my kid will surely like this because it has cheese

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  27. Looking at your photos make me feels extra hungry! They looks so delicious!

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  28. OMG i am drooling over thet stuffed peppers. Hmm... it's time to whipped some dishes in the kitchen tonight. Thanks for the recipe.

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  29. Not a fan of bell peppers but this recipe would be helpful for party preparations as this would be a great additional food to offer. :)

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  30. I want one! It look so tempting, I've never tried this one before. I would love to make one.

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  31. Ooooh! These really look so yummy! I would love to make these, but sadly, I can't have any type of peppers because of my eczema. >.< Anyway, I'll try and make this for the family instead. I'm sure they'd love it! Thanks for this recipe! :)

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