Turkey-Stuffed Bell Peppers
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 20 min.
YUM! The meat filling was delicious and had a very good flavor. I hate when recipes are altered but ... I did use less seasoned bread crumbs (this is all I had on hand) than it called for because I was worried the filling would be too dry. I also used canned plain diced tomato with juice since I didn’t feel it would alter the taste and I didn’t want to dice my own. I made no other changes to the rest of the ingredients. The peppers were still firm after cooking. Much better than the standard stuffed peppers which are usually mushy. Thank you for the recipe - this will be a standard in my cookbook.
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Try using tomato sauce in the recipe as it binds all the sauteed meat and veggies together and adds to the flavor. After cooking, top with more cheese and broil.
This makes a great weight watchers dish!
Excellent recipe. For gluten free recipe I ground gluten-free garlic flavored breton crackers. I also used chopped canned tomatoes (1/2c) for added moisture since ground turkey can be a little dry.
ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS!!! The peppers we had were enormous, so I left them in for an extra 5 minutes. I'm wondering if I could broil them for a minute or two at the very end to give the tops a crispy crust. I might try that next time. Oh, and I used extra garlic, as I do in every recipe. I love garlic. Will definitely be making this again.
can you sub cauliflower rice for regular rice to make it more ketogenic? if so how much?
I really liked the bell pepper filling. I forgot the cumin and it was still delicious. Next time I'll have to try it with the cumin. I love stuffed bell peppers but i think i liked this filling more without any rice. The flavor was good too. Plan on trying this filling in a zucchini boat next time too.