I love stuffed bell peppers. My family enjoys them too. I make them often for holidays and gatherings. But, I always notice that very few of my family members would eat the whole pepper. I’d see empty pepper shells on almost every plate. After I’d parboiled and seasoned the peppers for these ingrates!! Who am I kidding? I don’t eat the dang pepper either. That’s why this recipe is ideal my crew and me!
All the elements you love about stuffed peppers without having to waste peppers! Genius, right?! Feel free to use ground beef if you prefer. And you can switch the cheese up to your liking as well. Wild rice works too. You can even omit the rice all together if you’re watching your carbs. Unstuffed Bell Peppers are a wonderful midweek meal. Great for meal prepping too. Try it.
Okay, I’m so long overdue with this one. Please forgive your girl! I was asked to film this over a month ago. I’m finally getting around to doing it. I promise these peppers are worth the wait! This is the seafood version. Duh, Coop! I know you already read the title. But, anyway, these things are overstuffed! That’s a good thing! Watch me make em……
De-dang-licious! I don’t even know what you should serve with these bad boys. Hmmm….you’ve already got the protein from the meat and the pepper is your veggie, if you actually eat the dang thing which you should! I guess you can add a salad or more veggies. But, they can definitely stand alone! You can also freeze these. Just stuff the peppers, let them cool completely, and put them in a freezer safe container. Don’t bake them. Wait until you’re ready to serve to thaw and bake for 30 mins, or until heated thoroughly, on 350 degrees F. To my darling Cookies with seafood allergies, don’t worry. I have a non-seafood version that contains rice. I’ll do that for you soon.