I thought it was more than a wonderful base recipe. We all take recipes & tweak to our own taste buds, so that is what I did. I increased the onion to one half, added a stalk of celery, two garlic cloves chopped & as others suggested extra Worcestershire sauce. I used one cup "cooked" rice, Rotel diced fired roasted tomatoes with chilis, cayenne pepper, a little italian seasong (dont know why, just cause i use it allot) seasoning salt, lemon pepper, 1/2 can of Mexican corn. In the end, i just added the tomato soup to the entire mixture. All was done taste testing along the way of course. This lovely mixture was generously stuffed into brightly colored yellow and orange par boiled peppers. Then before putting in the oven, topping with yummy ooey gooey cheese & crunchy panko crumbs. Mmmmmmm, the elation of my taste buds say "its a keeper"! Because I used more hamburger than recommended & other additions that increased the quantity, I had some left over stuffing. I labeled this & put into the freezer for some day when I need a short cut meal.
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I thought it was more than a wonderful base recipe. We all take recipes & tweak to our own...