I made these with a few tweeks, made it more flavorful and spicey, yummy! I read the other reviews as I always do and came up with this...I never measure anything, I always eyeball it... I doubled the meat, and used ground turkey to make it healthier. I did add the garlic powder to the rice as it cooked. I added 2 lg garlic cloves, worceshire (sp) sauce, coriander, cayenne, chili powder, cumen, oregano, italian seasoning, little bit of bread crumbs, little extra tom sauce and can diced tomatoes. I also added parm and mozzarella cheeses to the meat mixture. Then I topped the peppers with the mozz cheese as well. I just sprinkled enough of each of the spices over the meat once it cooked, not too much of each, but enough to def give it flavor. The cayenne and coriander gave it a nice spicy taste. My hubby isn't a fan of stuffed peppers, but he loved this! I didn't even waste time boiling the peppers, I baked this covered for 25 mins at 385 degrees, then uncovered for 10-15 mins. I poured some of the tom sauce and EVOO on the bottom of the dish, so the peppers didn't burn. They were nice and soft, not crunchy or mushy. I doubled the meat/ingredients and had enough to put in a pan all by itself, after over filling my peppers. It was sooo good. It was good for those that don't like the peppers, or just want extra.
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I made these with a few tweeks, made it more flavorful and spicey, yummy! I read the other...