23 Reviews

This is my first time doing stuffed peppers in the crockpot. I did find that 5 hours on high just a bit too much. I found the peppers were just way too soft. After reading all the reviews I had added salt, pepper, garlic powder. As well I put in about 2 T of the tomato soup and about 1/2cup of shredded mozzarella cheese into the meat mixture. I had made 4 half peppers and 8 meatballs (cause DD doesn't like peppers) The flavor was absolutly delicious. I will make again but cut back on the cooking time. Thanks for posting Michelle.

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FrenchBunny October 19, 2008

Wow! This recipe was so tasty and delicious! I've made stuffed red peppers in the crockpot before but this one has the best flavor. Easy to make too.

I will say I browned and crumbled the hamburger meat, and added salt, pepper and garlic powder to the meat mixture before stuffing the peppers.

This is a "must have again" dinner! Thank you for sharing!

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Heres_Looking_at_You_Kid September 10, 2010

I have never made stuffed peppers before, but my husband had requested to have them one night, and this recipe looked rather fool-proof. I omitted the celery (dont care for it), used turkey instead of ground beef and egg substitute instead of an egg, but followed the rest of the recipe as written. Just FYI, Zatarains doesn't have a seperate seasoning packet, but the box we picked up had the season all stuck together in a little glob (sounds appetizing, i know) so I was able to pick it out of the rice and use it for the sauce. We assembled the meat mixture, the soup topping, and sliced the peppers the night before so we could assemble them all quickly the next morning. My husband threw them on before he left for work and we, like other reviewers, had to stack the peppers to get them all in the pot. The little bit of prep work is totally worth it. By the time we sat down for dinner, the peppers were fork tender and delicious. The filling was cooked just right, the rice wasn't over or under done and the egg bound it all together nicely. My only issue was that I felt like the filling needed something- I added a little salt and a little hot chili sauce, and that seemed to be what I felt was missing. Very good recipe, will definitley make it again but I think I'll add salt from the beginning and maybe some garlic and chili flakes or something to the meat to give it a little kick. Thanks for sharing. With my substitutions above, I figured these to be 5 WW pts/pepper half.

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Kerry G August 25, 2010

I was a little leary about this one at first with the use of the spanish rice mix. I wanted to replicate my mom's version as much as possible--this recipe did that and more. The peppers stayed firm, they didn't get too mushy. I also seasoned the meat mix with salt, pepper, and 2 cloves of fresh garlic. Was a big hit in our house tonight! Thanks!

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Yuskers March 21, 2010

We love this recipe! We have made it several times. I add salt and pepper to the meat mixture and use a little less water. Serve with Mashed Potatoes so good!!!

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Lasko January 21, 2010

Pretty darn good. I added some salt,pepper and garlic to the meat mixture after reading the reviews. I knew that my crockpot couldn't hold 8 halves, so I left the peppers intact and stood them upright. Worked like a charm. The rice was a bit gummy so next time I will cut the cooking time by an hour. This smells heavenly while cooking! Thanks!

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~Bekah~ January 11, 2010

This is delishious! I was in the mood for stuffed peppers, but with the temperature being well over 100 degrees F.... I was NOT going to turn on an oven! I think I'll make these like this all the time, because it gave a chance for the flavors to set in, and I enjoyed the texture of the green peppers!

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wild_crazy_indian August 16, 2007

A nice way to make stuffed peppers in this heat! This was delicious, and easy to make. I added salt, pepper, and garlic to the meat mixture. I also put half of the tomatoes in the bottom of the pot, and mixed the other half with the tomato soup, seasoning mix, and water. The filling was nice and tender, and the rice and peppers were cooked nicely. Served with mashed potatoes. Thanks for sharing!

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Lori in NC July 23, 2011

Loved this dish! So yummy & easy. Like others I prepped the night before. Froze our leftovers. Thanks for a quick & easy weeknight meal that tastes delicious.

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SB6 September 30, 2011

This was a great meal. It had great flavor. So easy to put together. Thanks for posting.

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gwynn June 29, 2011
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