By Tomorrow Never Knows on August 02, 2001
Photo by Junebug
Photo by Junebug
"I created this recipe by just putting together ingredients that I like. A tasty Southwestern appetizer, sidedish, or even main course."
Serving Size: 1 (1718 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 1
"A big hit at a Mexican themed party I had. I used these baby sweet peppers (red, orange and yellow) that you can get at costco, so they were bite-size. I sliced them lengthwise and stuffed them. I used Mexican chese instead of chedder, but I think next time I'll use cheddar. I broiled them for 15 minutes. They were so beautiful..."
"This was delicious. We substituted vegetarian ground beef (seitan) for the black beans. Will definitely make this one again!"
"I had an overload of garden green peppers and was looking for a different recipe for stuffed peppers. Your's caught my eye. I'm glad it did. It's a "Keeper" for us. Your stuffing ingredients made more than 4 peppers for me. Based on some reviews, I added 1 egg and 1 Cup chedder cheese to the mix. This held the mix together. Also, I added 1 Tbl. cumin more to the mix, plus 1 diced hot pepper and 1 red pepper to the onions, when I sauted the onions. I stuffed whole raw peppers. Filled a 2 qt. glass dish. I wanted some juice in the dish and added a 14oz. can of diced tomatoes with the juice in the dish. Baked in the oven at 350 degrees until the peppers were almost tender (still had some crunch) I then sprinkled the last cup of monterey jack pepper cheese on the top and put the dish back in the oven until the cheese melted. "Oh My God"! It was awsome! Leftovers tasted better. Had some for the freezer. Defrosted those - They were good too. This is fantastic recipe. Thank you for a "favorite"."
"I cut this recipe in half, and used canned corn. This was easy to make, and the filling was very tasty. As another reviewer said, it was a bit difficult to eat, just because the beans/corn aren't as smooth as say, a meaty mixture would be. I did grate my onion, because I didn't want to dirty a pan to saute them. I put the oil in the same bowl with everything else, then sprinkled the spices on top and mixed it all up, and then to layer, I put a little cheese, bean mixture, cheese. I did kind of wish I had blanched the peppers a bit, because they were so crunchy still (I didn't mind, I like red bell peppers, but wishing I had for my husband). The filling is really good, and I might use it in enchiladas or something. Thanks for sharing."
"Alright, it maybe against the theme of this recipe but I put lime chicken into this and it was just, great."
"I thought these were pretty good. They were good and spicy and easy to put together. My bf's only complaint was that the beans made this difficult to eat. He finally settled on just picking it up and eating it versus trying to cut it with a knife and fork. I used fresh corn and cooked it for a bit with the onion. This is something I would make again if I had an excess of bell peppers. Thank you."
"I made these as the recipe stated except I used green onions, I doubled the garlic and used only monterrey jack cheese. I baked them at 400 degrees for 10 minutes, then topped with the cheese and baked another 5 minutes. They were perfect with the pepper still having a nice crunch in contrast to the softer filling. I loved these! I also had some seasoned hamburger so I made a couple with a meat filling topped with cheese and my DH liked them also. Thank you for a delicious recipe that will continue to show up on my dinner table!"
"I was a little wasn't too sure about this recipe when I picked it out, but it ended up being good and filling. We had it with tortilla chips for dinner and it was filling and just enough all on it's own. My boyfriend liked it too and claimed the leftovers for his lunch the next day. The corn gives the dish a nice sweetness so it's not too "beanie" and the cheese makes it hearty."
"These were really good and easy to make. I like the suggestion above to use small peppers. I might try that sometime."
"These are so tasty! For vegetarians, they are a great alternative to the traditional stuffed pepper recipies, which almost always have meat in them. The red bell peppers are so much sweeter than the green ones and are perfect match with the mexican flavoring. E:0)"