These were very good. I used veggie ground chicken and brown rice. Will definitely make again!
This was a very good recipe. I did add 1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning to the tomato/ketchup topping. I made this in the morning, did everything but bake it, and put it in the fridge for my husband to take out and heat up for dinner. It was a hit! Thank you.
I only had cheddar and added pepper jack and was still good.
DH and I were the only ones who really enjoyed these. If I make them again I will do it on a night when it is just the two of us at home. Also, I liked the sauce and wish there was a little more of it. I think I will double it the next time. It was a great way to use up some of the bell peppers from the garden. Thanks!
These were amazing. All I did differently was use Taco Rice instead of Long Grain, Ground Turkey instead of beef, and Sharp Cheddar for the Monterrey. SO GOOD.
My BF made this for dinner yesterday, with vegetarian crumbles instead of the meat. It was quite delicious. I had the leftovers for lunch, and am looking forward to finishing it off tomorrow. (He omitted the parsley.) Thanks!
This is a great recipe! I added a can of tomato soup to the mix and omitted the ketchup just as a throw-back to my mom. It makes the stuffing so creamy. Absolutely delicious! Thank you!
Thanks for this recipe! I've been wanting to make stuffed peppers for a number of years. This was the perfect recipe to try. I liked the ketchup topping - have a kinda-picky 8yr old and I think that really helped him. I didn't find white, but brown long grain rice. I boiled it longer worring that it would take longer to soften. Also, I wasn't sure if I was supposed to drain the grnd beef. I did not thinking that it also would soften the rice. Rice ended up fine! I made on Monday morning and refridgerated until Tuesday night. They had to bake longer, because they were throughly chilled. I will make this again and I will make extra to keep in the freezer for future dinners. Thanks!
Delicious! First time I made it I used tomato sauce with Italian Seasoning instead of ketchup. The second time, I used ketchup (my grown children liked it better with the ketchup) and more cheese. This recipe rated 5 stars from me, my daughter and son-in-law.
I liked this better than I usually like stuffed peppers. I felt the peppers would have benefited from a couple of more minutes of pre-cooking - the ones I reheated in the microwave the next day were thoroughly tender without being mushy. My peppers may have been on the small side, as I had enough filling left over for at least two more peppers. I heated it and wrapped in warm tortillas. Personally, I would add a little more seasoning to this, but otherwise I would make these again.