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Halved the recipe as there were just two of us. Very tasty and a nice change from the traditional stuffed peppers. DH elected to have his over pasta and will take leftovers for lunch tomorrow.

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Indiana Debbie November 09, 2003

First, I par boiled the peppers for 3 minutes. Then I browned 70 percent ground turkey/30 beef, with minced garlic, chopped onion, basil, oregano and chopped up the pepper tops. Added the cooked rice(I used brown) then my own tomato sauce and a little fresh grated parmesan cheese. Stuffed the peppers and baked them for 50ish minutes. They were delicious and easy to make!

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Antifreesz September 28, 2009

I was looking for a stuffed peppers recipe that used spaghetti sauce, and this is the one I chose. I added whole kernal corn to the mixture. I also stuffed the peppers, put them in a West Bend slow cooker, and topped them with extra sauce, then cooked them on low for 6 hours instead of putting the rest of the sauce around them and baking them. They were delicious! Thanks for posting a delicious, easy, and versatile stuffed pepper recipe!

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ColCadsMom September 03, 2007

Simply declicious. I did not brown the meat first but simply mixed the cooked rice with the raw meat and other ingredients. I made a larger amount of the mixture, made some meat balls and placed them between the peppers in case anyone did not want the peppers.

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Barry44 November 30, 2006

Perfectly nice stuffed peppers. Quite easy and all the amounts and times are spot on.

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sugarpea September 11, 2006
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