Great my hubby real loved it. The meat and rice had lots of flavor. Will make for company.
Easy and tasty! I added some dry ranch dressing mix to my meat mixture, maybe a Tablespoon. Otherwise, followed the recipe exactly... the peppers were very, very good.
Very Tasty. Next time I will add some salt to the meat and rice mixture. I had to "nuke" them in the microwave because they were still a tad pink in the middle. Maybe next time I will just chop everything up and put it in a casserole dish.
Delicious and easy to make. We made these to use up leftover rice and all of us loved them. A nice change of pace. Thanks for sharing!
Great recipe. Different. Simple.
Without a doubt, the BEST stuffed peppers ever! To make them low-carb, I left out the rice and used 1/4 cup of quinoa and some fresh corn.
Awesome! I doubled the tomatoes and I covered it with tin foil while baking so that the steam could help soften the peppers.
Nice easy recipe... can tweak to personal tastes.
This recipe was good... In certain aspects. It is a very quick and easy recipe to prepare, and looks very fancy when it's all done! I love the premise of this, but I really didn't like the Mexican flavor of it all. The taco mix ruined it in my opinion. Also, I wanted the peppers softer so I added extra water like recommended, and still i made a mess on my self trying to cut it fast right off the bat, the pepper was still not easy to cut. They looked fancy and cute after, and are very filling, but I will be changing most of the flavor premise in this recipe.
This was super easy and really very good. I used red, yellow and orange peppers and substituted "cauliflower rice" to keep it low carb and increase the veggies. <br/><br/>I added a little extra meat and thought I had adjusted the seasoning to compensate, but it came out just a touch under seasoned. I will definitely make this again, but next time I'll add a touch of salt and mix a little salsa and cheese in with the filling.<br/><br/>Definitely a keeper!