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Undone Stuffed Pepper Casserole

Undone Stuffed Pepper Casserole recipe
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Well done, we say. Layering the ingredients in a casserole saves time and delivers big flavor in this cheesy Undone Stuffed Pepper Casserole.
time
prep:
15 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
7 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
1/5/2015
Love this! I personally don't like peppers but everyone in my family does. I simply cut the peppers up in bigger chunks so that I can easily pick them out. I also first fry the peppers in a little olive oil for about 5 minutes before I add the hamburger and garlic to the pan and continue frying all together until the hamburger is dine.
posted:
11/4/2014
My kids absolutely love this recipe. So if you have kids that would get picky about actual stuffed peppers this is great alternative. It is also super easy to make up ahead and have in the fridge for those nights you are running around like crazy :)
posted:
10/11/2014
Really good. Gives you the taste without having to find really nice looking peppers to stuff and then struggling to get the rice/meat mixture into them. I divided it into 2 smaller casserole dishes and froze one before baking for later, since I live by myself.
posted:
6/17/2014
I like peppers cooked more so I fried them first in olive oil for about 10 minutes with lid on, removed them then browned hamburger with chopped garlic (from jar, more convenient. Also used microwavable brown rice, used the cheese that was recommended, would use more cheese in future. Anyway, a great dish, super easy and better than stuffing peppers. Adding onion as suggested sounds good to me.
posted:
4/10/2014
Very Good! I made it in an oven-proof skillet, so I skipped the step of putting it in a casserole dish...less clean-up! I also used whole-grain brown rice (the microwaveable kind). Super easy & a super fast dish to put together. Delish :)
posted:
4/2/2014
I am not a fan of stuffed peppers - but this dish was super good! The whole family loved it! I read the reviews and added 1-cup diced onion when browning the meat. I also added 1-can petite diced tomatoes to the sauce, 1/2 tea red pepper flakes, some oragano, and basil for extra seasoning. Used brown rice too. I always keep Philadelphia Neufchatel Cream Cheese on-hand, so when I added the diced tomatoes I added about 2oz of the cream cheese and 1-cup of the shredded cheese mixture. * Highly recommend this for the entire family!
posted:
3/24/2014
Extremely tasteless. Needs some picante, red pepper flakes, hot peppers or green chilis. As it stands now, I wold not make this again.
posted:
1/26/2014
So no worth the effort. Stick to your favorite Stuffed Pepper recipe. Spaghetti sauce and rice do not work together at all. The rice becomes mushy and the flavor is quite bland.
posted:
12/1/2013
Great stuffed peppers in a fraction of the time! Brilliant!!
posted:
11/6/2013
I made this using brown rice, a jar of spaghetti sauce that included mushrooms,and a bit of fresh minced garlic to it and served with garlic bread. It was delicious and so easy! Can't wait to make it again!!
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