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I made a stuffed red pepper. Bell peppers are one of the things I don't
normally like. I think it's because I've only tried them raw and they
taste too strong.

I decided to try a red bell pepper and stuff it with rice, tomato sauce,
seasonings and ground meat. I used the "meatloaf mix" because I didn't
have any meat on hand to grind, and chuck wasn't on sale.

I really liked it! I put just a tiny bit of freshly shredded parm after
it came out of the oven. The pepper was so big that I cut it in half
and had two portions; one to eat tonight, and one for lunch tomorrow.

http://i51.tinypic.com/28wpa8y.jpg

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"Cheryl" wrote in message ...
|I made a stuffed red pepper. Bell peppers are one of the things I don't
| normally like. I think it's because I've only tried them raw and they
| taste too strong.
|
| I decided to try a red bell pepper and stuff it with rice, tomato sauce,
| seasonings and ground meat. I used the "meatloaf mix" because I didn't
| have any meat on hand to grind, and chuck wasn't on sale.
|
| I really liked it! I put just a tiny bit of freshly shredded parm after
| it came out of the oven. The pepper was so big that I cut it in half
| and had two portions; one to eat tonight, and one for lunch tomorrow.
|
| http://i51.tinypic.com/28wpa8y.jpg

Great idea. I'd just about forgotten about stuffed green peppers,
and the red pepper has more flavor and presence. Thanks for the
posting, sounds like some retro fun, gotta go try this. Maybe with
less rice and a fried egg as a topping. Or some southwest flavor.

pavane


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On Feb 2, 6:35*pm, Cheryl wrote:
I made a stuffed red pepper. *Bell peppers are one of the things I don't
normally like. I think it's because I've only tried them raw and they
taste too strong.

I decided to try a red bell pepper and stuff it with rice, tomato sauce,
seasonings and ground meat. *I used the "meatloaf mix" because I didn't
have any meat on hand to grind, and chuck wasn't on sale.

I really liked it! *I put just a tiny bit of freshly shredded parm after
it came out of the oven. *The pepper was so big that I cut it in half
and had two portions; one to eat tonight, and one for lunch tomorrow.

http://i51.tinypic.com/28wpa8y.jpg


I seem to remember you like zucchini or yellow squash, right? I
love stuffed zucchini. I first learned about stuffing zucchini from
the original Moosewook cookbook eons ago. So I googled around and
found this interesting recipe I think you might like. It's a Mexican
stuffed zucchini.....zuccanoes....

something different for you to try....they sound yummy.

http://www.twosisterstwosuppers.com/...zuccanoes.html

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On Thu, 3 Feb 2011 07:20:45 -0800 (PST), ImStillMags
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On Feb 2, 6:35*pm, Cheryl wrote:
I made a stuffed red pepper. *Bell peppers are one of the things I don't
normally like. I think it's because I've only tried them raw and they
taste too strong.

I decided to try a red bell pepper and stuff it with rice, tomato sauce,
seasonings and ground meat. *I used the "meatloaf mix" because I didn't
have any meat on hand to grind, and chuck wasn't on sale.

I really liked it! *I put just a tiny bit of freshly shredded parm after
it came out of the oven. *The pepper was so big that I cut it in half
and had two portions; one to eat tonight, and one for lunch tomorrow.

http://i51.tinypic.com/28wpa8y.jpg


I seem to remember you like zucchini or yellow squash, right? I
love stuffed zucchini. I first learned about stuffing zucchini from
the original Moosewook cookbook eons ago. So I googled around and
found this interesting recipe I think you might like. It's a Mexican
stuffed zucchini.....zuccanoes....

something different for you to try....they sound yummy.

http://www.twosisterstwosuppers.com/...zuccanoes.html


That looks awesome. Thanks for posting.

Lou


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On Feb 3, 9:20*am, ImStillMags wrote:
On Feb 2, 6:35*pm, Cheryl wrote:

I made a stuffed red pepper. *Bell peppers are one of the things I don't
normally like. I think it's because I've only tried them raw and they
taste too strong.


I decided to try a red bell pepper and stuff it with rice, tomato sauce,
seasonings and ground meat. *I used the "meatloaf mix" because I didn't
have any meat on hand to grind, and chuck wasn't on sale.


I really liked it! *I put just a tiny bit of freshly shredded parm after
it came out of the oven. *The pepper was so big that I cut it in half
and had two portions; one to eat tonight, and one for lunch tomorrow.


http://i51.tinypic.com/28wpa8y.jpg


I seem to remember you like zucchini or yellow squash, right? * *I
love stuffed zucchini. *I first learned about stuffing zucchini from
the original Moosewook cookbook eons ago. * So I googled around and
found this interesting recipe I think you might like. *It's a Mexican
stuffed zucchini.....zuccanoes....

something different for you to try....they sound yummy.

http://www.twosisterstwosuppers.com/...zuccanoes.html


That looks good, thanks.


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