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Tri-Color Stuffed Peppers

Tri-Color Stuffed Peppers recipe
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Fresh peppers get a tasty filling of Southwest flavors to complement their sweetness and show the family that eating well can be fun and colorful.
15 min
55 min
6 servings
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If I ever want to impress anyone, I'm going to make these! So good and great presentation. I used a pound of ground turkey and cheddar instead of the colby. I also forgot to put cheese inside the pepper, so it cut the cheese calories in half and didn't sacrifice the great taste. Love it! If I wasn't on a diet, I would eat the filling with tortilla chips!
I have never made stuffed peppers before, and my husband said no one could make them as good as his (late) mother. So I had big shoes to fill. He was skeptical, but said mine blew his Moms out of the water! I made a double batch. Made 12 overstuffed halves (easily). I threw a few extra things in... I didn't have enough salsa, so I added a can of garlic and herb tomatoes. I also diced a green pepper and onions and added them to the mix. I added a sprinkled tablespoon of taco seasoning to the meat too. They were so very good! I tried them out on company too, and THEY were asking for the left overs! WOW! :) I realize I could do so many different things with this recipe. I can't wait to try more variations!
This meal was awesome, my boyfriend and sister loved it. Will make again for sure.
Very good... changed a few things but was very good will make it again part our bi-weekly rotation. Very easy to make and flexible. Used a can of diced tomatoes instead of salsa since we have a 2 yr old and used beef instead of Boca crumbles, and added some peas. Cut the amount of rice and cheese in 1/2 to focus on the protiene and veggies. Will try it with salsa, small can of green chillies, and cilantro next time :) I love how this will be easy to vary depending on what veggies I have in my fridge.
These were really good and easy to make. However I couldn't find the Boca Crumbles so I just browned some 4% ground beef. I also used microwaveable brown rice and next time maybe throw in some black beans :)
I didn't change a thing and LOVED it!
Too bad the price of peppers and my digestion won't allow for anything used by the Yellow Peppers:(
Ah-mazing! I followed this recipe *almost* exact. The only changes I made were: - Lean Ground Beef (seasoned with S&P) instead of Boca Crumbles. - White sticky rice in place of brown rice. (personal preference) - Red, Green, Yellow AND Orange bell peppers. It turned out SO good. My recipe made 8 halves. I ate and could've easily had another. Will definitely be making this for dinner often!
This is a great recipe, I am trying out the whole vegetarian thing and doing it for 30 days and this recipe was easy and yummy!
good taste but missing something with taste
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