This is from a local vegetable stand (Agle's) south of Buffalo NY Didnt see any like it on here. easy and makes a good amount
- Boil broth and pour over rice in greased 9 x 13 " pan.
- Brown meat with pepper and onion. Drain well.
- Add sauce and pour over rice.
- Sprinkle with cheese.
- Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes uncovered.
This was a great recipe to tweak for what I had on hand....thank you Davis74. I used 2 bell peppers but will use 3 next time (diced in large pieces). I microwaved enough instant rice to use up the full can of chicken broth. I freeze cooked ground beef with onion in 1 lb increments, so I thawed one of those. I had about 1.5 cups of leftover spaghetti sauce from a few days ago(made from McCormicks Thick and Zesty packet, tomato sauce, water and ground beef), so I tossed that in and still used a small can of tomato sauce. I also added about 1-2 Tbsp of Worcestershire. After everything was mixed in one pan on the stove-top, I added a can of corn (my husband always mixes corn in with his stuffed peppers when I serve them together). I never baked this, but once it was heated through, I did serve it in a bowl with some grated cheese on top. I got two thumbs up from the husband. If he had more thumbs, I'm sure I would have gotten those too.
This is delicious! I had a taste for stuffed peppers, but I had small peppers, so I thought a casserole type dish would be good to try. This is better than stuffed peppers! I don't know what it is, but we all thought that it was better, so this is definitely a keeper!
This is great! I think it's better than the stuffed pepper recipe I have. I used ground bison and 1 1/2 cups of a jar of Classico tomato basil spaghetti sauce. I also added 1 teaspoon each of garlic powder and Worcestershire sauce to the meat, onions, and peppers as they were cooking. I also added a can of drained petite diced tomatoes, and the cheese I used was colby jack with bits of jalapeno, habenero, and chipotle chilies chopped up in it that I got at Sam's club. The baking time was perfect (I was worried the rice wouldn't be done, but it was fine!). This is a total keeper for me. Thanks so much for posting this!