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Mexican Stuffed Peppers for Two

Mexican Stuffed Peppers for Two recipe
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No need to head out to your favorite Mexican restaurant to enjoy these stuffed peppers for two. They're quick, tasty and easy to make at home.
30 min
1 hr 10 min
2 servings
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Love it! Love it! The only thing I change is I mix the salsa in with the meat mixture before spooning it into peppers. I've made this several times and it has so much flavor. I have used red and green peppers. Not much difference. Great recipe!
I made this for my family and doubled the ingredients, so I made 8 of them., everyone really enjoyed this dish and we all are looking forward to having it again!! Thank You
We absolutely love this recipe. It is so delicious and SIMPLE. I make it once a week if I can! Once the peppers bake they become so sweet and mixed with the cheese and juices it is just so so good!
This was the first "real" meal I made for my fiance. he always talks about how good his mothers are, so I thought I would take on the challange.... He really liked them! his only complaint was that his mom must cook them a little longer. (since I have never had stuffed peppers before I didn't know how hard or soft they should be)
Made this for the second time now. Didn't have a tomato so used salsa in its place. The extra meat was used the next day for another favorite - Taco Bake! Otherwise, I'd freeze it to make this again. Excellent!
First off - FAIL on having me cook a whole pound of beef when I only need half - if I want leftovers for a later use, I'll decide that. (I admit my part in failing to catch that before thawing the beef) I think the onion I used was too large and gave off a lot of water - be sure to use a SMALL. I used brown rice instead and that may have been another factor. Next time I am going to use any excess liquid from the meat mixture to mix with the salsa instead of water.
This recipe was dynomite!! The mixture was a little "soupy", so I think I'll put less water in it next time, but the flavor was to die for!! Cooked the peppers for 45 minutes and they were still a little hard, might cook for an hour to an hour and 5 minutes next time. Would make again, and again!!
I made this for a small get together for some friends. All of us loved it. It was easy to make and it didn't take long. I'll definately use this recipe again.
Good flavor. I added a 4 oz can of green chilis to the ground beef when i added in the tomatoes.
For variety I tried this recipe even though I had reservations about the ingredients. It was excellent. I followed the recipe as stated however I'll add a jalapeno next time to give it a bit of a kick.
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