Thai-Style Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers

Thai-Style Chicken Stuffed Bell Peppers created by FLKeysJen

Chicken mixed with Thai flavors inside of a pepper!

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  • Preheat oven to 400°F.
  • Cut the tops off of the peppers and scrape out the insides.
  • Once cleaned out, place peppers in a casserole dish.
  • Brown the chicken.
  • Drain off excess fat.
  • In a bowl, combine the salsa, peanut butter, soy sauce, ginger, lime juice and peanuts.
  • Fold into the chicken.
  • Spoon the mixture into the peppers.
  • Add 4 tablespoons of hot water to bottom of baking dish.
  • Cover the baking dish and bake for approximately 30 minutes or until peppers are tender.
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  1. Clevergirl7
    OK. I thought I submitted a review, but it's not here. Well, in short, I'm not going to rate this because I changed the recipe. I used fish sauce instead of soy, added Thai red curry paste to give it some heat and more zing, and also added matchstick carrots and sliced green onions, as suggested by one of the other "chefs." I baked the peppers until they were soft. At 20 minutes, they were still very hard. All in all, very tasty. Will continue to work on this one.
  2. Clevergirl7
    OK. I thought I submitted a review, but it's not here. Well, in short, I'm not going to rate this because I changed the recipe. I used fish sauce instead of soy, added Thai red curry paste to give it some heat and more zing, and also added matchstick carrots and sliced green onions, as suggested by one of the other "chefs." I baked the peppers until they were soft. At 20 minutes, they were still very hard. All in all, very tasty. Will continue to work on this one.
  3. Cayti B.
    Made this tonight as directed. I though it was pretty good, but a little bland. I used roasted tomato salsa, so maybe next time I will try a spicier salsa or add a little Siraca to the mix. It's worth trying again, and I think any leftover chicken would be good in lettuce wraps.
  4. hennessy.lauren22
    LOVE this recipe. Only made a couple small changes. I half the peanut butter to only 1/4 cup then use 1 cup of medium salsa. I also use only 1 pound of ground chicken and add 1 cup of cooked brown rice in place of the meat. Perfect amount to fill 4 peppers. I always have lime-juice and a jar of grated fresh ginger on hand, which makes this very quick to prepare!
  5. hennessy.lauren22
    LOVE this recipe. Only made a couple small changes. I half the peanut butter to only 1/4 cup then use 1 cup of medium salsa. I also use only 1 pound of ground chicken and add 1 cup of cooked brown rice in place of the meat. Perfect amount to fill 4 peppers. I always have lime-juice and a jar of grated fresh ginger on hand, which makes this very quick to prepare!
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