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Cheeseburger Stuffed Bell Peppers Cups

Cheeseburger Stuffed Bell Peppers Cups created by Vulgar Shudder

Use different color peppers to give a fun festive look. My DH really likes this.

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directions

  • Cut peppers in half and remove seeds.
  • In a frying pan, cook hamburger and onion until done; drain grease.
  • Stir together rest of ingredients and 1 cup of cheese. NOT the broth.
  • Spoon into peppers and sprinkle with remaining cheese.
  • Cook in greased 13x9-inch dish; pour broth around peppers.
  • Cover and bake at 350° for 30 minutes.
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  1. Vulgar Shudder
    Cheeseburger Stuffed Bell Peppers Cups Created by Vulgar Shudder
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  2. CooperLover
    I am doing weight watchers...I exchanged the ground beef for turkey..didn't add the rice...swapped cheddar cheese for low fat cheese and didn't use the broth... becouse I didn't have it...and topped it with sour cream..The original was 13 points... my version was 7 points.
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  3. Susie D
    These were a nice change to the recipe I normally use for stuffed peppers. Pure comfort food here. The only changes I made were to use fresh garlic and dry mustard. Thank you for sharing your recipe! *reviewed for Spring 2007 Pick A Chef *
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  4. Jules127
    We loved these! And the filling really does taste like cheeseburgers! I used regular yellow mustard because that is what I had on hand and I skipped the broth as well--but instead dropped the halved peppers in boiling water for 5 minutes as I always do with stuffed peppers. Nice change from the traditional stuffed peppers!
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  5. emily hauer
    Oh, but this is an excellent dish. I used beef that I had already browned with garlic salt, left out the onions as I don't eat those, used homemade marinara sauce instead of tomato paste, and I left out the mustard, which I don't eat either (can you tell I'm a picky eater?). I also left out the broth and just sprayed my baking pan with non-stick spray, as I like my peppers to still be firm when I eat them. I added some chili powder to the filling. A very satisfying meal. I actually just finished eating and enjoyed it so much I had to review it immediately. Thanks very much for the recipe. I think it would be a good filling for zucchini and tomatoes as well as the peppers.
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