Recipe by Jasgirl
"This is a recipe I came up with 20 years ago that has recently won me the grand prize in our paper's holiday recipe contest. It is my family's favorite meal. Serve with tortilla chips on the side."
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1 (1 ounce) package
taco seasoning mix
ground black pepper
2 (8 ounce) cans
tomato sauce, divided
red bell peppers
6 (1 inch) cubes
Great, I use the microwave to soften my peppers.
I have always made this with Poblano peppers - a mild Mexican pepper and have never added tomato sauce. Instead I place a good-sized slice of sharp cheddar into the pepper first; add the taco meat mixed with some cooked rice; more cheese on top and bake for 20 minutes. It's much more Mexican.
I made these as is with the exception that I used poblano peppers instead of bell. Why? Well hubby does not care for bells and well poblanas just seemed right. I roasted them in the oven beforehand, let them cool, and removed most of their skin and they were mmm mmm good. I think I will add black beans or corn the next time I make them and also sub the colby jack ( I used a colby blend this go around because that is all my store carried) for cheddar or mexiblend. As written I give these a 4 but with the sub of poblanos I give it a 5 all the way. Thanks for sharing Jasgirl!
I made this as directed,and had so much left over, i froze the mixtUre. The next week i hurriedly made enchiladas using this meat mixture,and canned red enchilada sauce. My husband raved!! is still raving. I may dab some behind my ears111
Loved this recipe! My husband doesn't like rice, so I used black beans instead and it was delicious. Thanks so much for sharing this recipe - I've already passed it along to my friends.
This was an amazing recipe - that taste was PERFECT. The only change I made was to cook the peppers for 20 mins rather than steaming then before filling them. Will be making this one many more times!
Made this another time and only let the meat mixture simmer for 10 mins - it still came out delish! (yes I was impatient and hungry!)
sounds delish, I will have to try out the meat mixture next time I make stuffed peppers. I've found a way to make awesome stuffed peppers is to core the peppers, stuff them and then put them in the crock pot UPSIDE DOWN. Add two cans of canned, diced tomates (fire roasted are the best), two cans of water and cook on high for about four or five hours. This cooks the filling nicely as well as softens the peppers. House smells great and the fam is very happy!
FABULOUS!! I also pre-steamed the peppers in the microwave. I put four halves in a covered dish with a tablespoon of water for 2 1/2 minutes. All ingredients I used as per the recipe except for omitting the salt since I think the taco seasoning has plenty of salt. I cooked the ground beef separately since we have a vegetarian and mixed the beef with the other ingredients together after filling her peppers. I put the raw rice and the proper amount of water along with all of the other ingredients in one pot and simmered them all together. The rice absorbed all of the other flavors beautifully. I spooned tomato sauce on top of each pepper then topped with taco style cheese. What a hit!! I'm sure they'll be asking for this all the time! P.S. the peppers were from the garden! May try banana peppers or jalepenos next time!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Stuffed Mexican Peppers
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 166
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