I think I must have done something wrong here, as this recipe was not a hit at all. It certainly felt healthy and chock full of veggies, but the filling was somewhat bland and I thought more of a sauce was needed. One of the few recipes that I have decided not to make again.
Oh, these were so YUMMY!!! Some of the best stuffed peppers we've had. :) I halved the recipe, used brown rice, and used fresh romano instead of parmesan because that's what I had. Thanks Boomette!
Very good! Because I had leftover rice, I did vary this recipe slightly. Sauteed the onion and garlic, added my leftover rice, 1/2 cup water and the oregano and warmed it up basically. Then I added to the rice mixture--the tomato, creamed corn (as that is what I had), pepper, and parmesan. I omitted the salt. This technique for stuffed peppers was unique but worked great for stove top cooking. Thanks Boometter for sharing. Made for Went to Market tag.
It was a nice way of using up some fresh veggies, but I found the final result a bit bland. If I make it again, I'm going to add tomato sauce to the rice mixture.
a great recipe for using up garden delights. Fresh tomatoes and bell pepper are a delight. made for holiday tag.
Very tasty. I made only two small changes: as we're not overly fond of corn, I added chopped mushrooms and thyme in step one when adding the garlic and green onions; and I used regular mozzarella not part-skim. I use low-fat ingredients a lot but just cannot abide low-fat cheeses (simply a taste preference). A great blend of flavours. Loved the oregano in this. Thank you for sharing this recipe, Boomette. Made for Gimme 5.
I saw Sharon's photo of this dish in one of the game forums and I had to try it....I'm so glad I did....it's terrific! I used brown rice and left out the green onions. Light yet so flavorful, and so easy to prepare - loved this!
I really enjoyed this for dinner last night! I halved the recipe easlily, using short grain brown rice. Thank you for a yummy meal!