this week i am tackling STUFFED BELL PEPPERS!!!! i have been told by a lot of people, “i can’t make stuffed bell peppers, they always stay raw in the center!”. I just don’t understand that!!! mine have NEVER been raw in the center, so i have decided to give y’all my recipe to see if it’s any different from the one you readers are using.

    i must confess, when i was young i was NOT a fan of the stuffed pepper, but as an adult i am IN LOVE with them!!! they are just so good!!! and i always make them with mashed potatoes on the side and use the tomato “broth/gravy” over the top!!! just can’t beat it!!! i hope you enjoy this weeks recipe!!!!



    6 LG bell peppers (red/green/yellow/orange–YOUR choice)

    1 LG pkg hamburger meat (uncooked)

    1 small pkg italian sausage

    1 egg

    1 cup UNCOOKED rice

    salt/pepper to taste

    1 small chopped onion

    1 tsp italian seasonings

    “dash” of garlic salt

    2 cans italian diced tomatoes


    slice off tops of peppers, and “clean out” (reserve tops to chop for garnish).

    put all ingredients EXCEPT can tomatoes together in big bowl, stuff each pepper with about a baseball/softball sized amount of meat mixture (will be heaping on top).

    open cans of diced tomatoes and pour 1 can in bottom of Pyrex dish.

    place peppers in center of dish then pour remaining can of tomatoes over top of peppers.

    sprinkle “chopped tops” of bell peppers on top of the stuffed peppers.

    cover with foil, and bake on 350 for apx 2-2 1/2 hours!!!! ENJOY!!!!

    About Wendi Conway

    Wendi Conway comes from a long line of cooks and her blog is designed to prove that cooking is not as hard as people seem to think it is. “I love to cook, and it is a passion of mine. Johnny also loves to cook, proving that cooking can’t be too hard if even the men can do it! “I also want to share meals and recipes that can be prepared on a budget. It doesn’t matter where I shop because I build my pantry around what is on sale this week. I enjoy doing it for my family, and I am really proud that I can build memories my children will always have.”
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