Great Recipe! My husband made this for dinner last night. It was super easy. It had a lot of great flavor. Definitely a great meal for two people, we just cut it in half and it was a great portion size for both of us. Thanks for sharing!!!
Very good! Would definitely have again. We also roasted the peppers first.
I substituted Pepper Jack cheese, but other than that made per the recipe. We love just about anything Mexican and this was no exception. Excellent dish! Thank you for sharing Paula!
Absolutely delicious! I steamed the peppers in the micro for 4 minutes, and they were much easier to clean. I highly recommend wearing gloves. I didn't and ended up with chemical burns on my hands and was miserable for about 6 hours. I didn't have fresh romas so I used a half a can of drained diced tomatoes instead.
we tripled the recipe & I served it at a BBQ. Everyone raved about them! We placed cleaned, unfilled peppers over the charcoal with high flame. They were easy to peel after they cooled a bit in a paper bag. We followed the remaining recipe, but placed it on a grill pan on the pit; lid closed for 45 minutes. We use wood chips in our pit. Makes a super rich dish, but not too "smokey." If you use a reduced fat cheese make sure it is a type that melts, easily.
These were great and pretty healthy too. My husband loved them and he is not crazy about chicken. I used rotel for the tomatoes as well. Next time I'm going to double the recipe and freeze some for lunches.
WOW! These were very easy to make and super-delicious. A new favorite! Served these with black bean soup and saffron rice I now know that I don't like boxed saffron rice, but the rest of the meal was fantastic! Thank you!
We live in Phoenix and felt like this needed just a little kick. I used canned Rotel tomatoes and added a tsp of cumin and chili powder, some fresh cilantro and chopped serrano peppers and fresh ground pepper to the mixture. I also used Pepper Jack cheese on top. If you like it hot, try it this way. It was phenomenal!
This recipe was so good!!! I will make this one over and over!