I loved it! Easy to prepare. I had only 4 peppers so I put the leftover meat mixture in a small tin loaf pan to prepare as a meatloaf later. I also like the peppers as leftovers. I heated one in the microwave today on high for 1 minute and it was perfect. This is a 5 star keeper!!!!
very good, I had to scale down the recipe to make four peppers. I think I might add a little of the sauce to the meat mixture. Very tastey!!
Pay attention to that RICE!! Against my better judgement, I used raw rice, and it was a mistake. Perhaps converted rice, or pre-cooked rice, as in most other recipes for stuffed peppers.
I am 60 years old have made stuffed peppers for years, have tried allot of differant recipes. This one as soon as I saw what all was in it I knew my search was done. It was the best, everyone loved the peppers, I changed nothing. Will make this again. Thank You .
Ours turned out fantastic! I put a bit of olive oil in the water to boil the peppers. It gave them a nice sheen and great flavor.
Made it for dinner this evening, I used uncooked minute rice instead of cooked rice to soak up the moisture. I added 1/4 cup of grated parmesan to the soup mixture. The flavor and aroma was extraordinary.
Very yummy hubby fell in love! I don't like green peppers but I ate the insides! Will make again!
great recipe! It tasted wonderful. I didn't add the celery (not a fan of it) but everything else was the same. Next time I think I would add two cans of tomato soup..I like the extra sauce! Thanks for a keeper!
Very good recipe for Stuffed Peppers. Almost identical to the way I normally make them. I only stuffed 2 peppers and fried the rest of the meat mixture up into matballs. These were very good, will be making again. Thanks Mizz Nezz
I made these today and loved them. I read the reviews first so I ground up some stove top stuffing I had and tossed in about an 1/8 of a cup. I also used some speghetti sauce that had basil in it for the topping. They turned out really tasty. Thanks.