After buying too many peppers (they were on they sale rack for 4 for $0.40!), I needed something low-protein to do with them. I couldn't find anything here or in my recipe books, so I varied a Julia Child recipe for stuffed tomatoes, and made the flavor strong enough to compete with the pepper flavor (my husband doesn't like peppers). The result was the following. Even my husband liked it!
Full flavor and satisfying. Each ingredient alone is delicious but together the tastes are fabulous. You won't soon forget it. The name says it all.
This recipe comes to you from the Lucious Luggage Ladies, Zaar World Tour 3.
These stuffed tomatoes make an easy, yet elegant main dish or side dish. Served at room temperature it makes a nice dish for these hot summer days. Very easily put together with a very attractive presentation.
I compiled this recipe the other night after finding 3 recipes that I liked. None had exactly what I was looking for so I combined the 3 and this is what I got. I had to add the 3rd can of sauce because I like to spoon a little over the top of my peppers when they are done.
Simple preparation & delicious taste! Use a mixture of red, green, yellow & orange peppers for a colourful presentation. Recipe #2642 instead of store-bought taco seasoning mix--it makes this dish even better!
This is a great meatloaf. I'm surprised it hasn't already been posted yet. The only thing I like better than meat loaf is meatloaf sandwiches, and this meatloaf is even better the next day; sliced between whole wheat bread, topped with a slice of cheese, and lots of mayo. Note: I omitted the veal and adjusted the amount of beef and pork to compensate--it was still great.