this was my mom's basic recipe for stuffed peppers that i have significantly altered and chosen to "unstuff". i always found that the sauce didn't permeate the meat when i stuffed it and it wasn't as flavorful. i tried this recipe unstuffed when i had way more meat than peppers but didn't want to waste the meat. i've tweaked and tweaked and came up with this. my husband (the stuffed pepper hater) loves this! it's also the only meal that my 2 and 4 year old ask for 2nd's and 3rd on! to me...it's total delicious comfort food. yes, this isn't traditional stuffed peppers. but i think you may even like this one a lot better! i choose to microwave the green peppers for a bit to ensure they are nice and soft but you may add them to the pot with the meatballs and cook them that way if you choose. this is best served over white rice. hope you enjoy!
these are really easy to make and everyone loves them. they are great to keep in the freezer and just pop into the oven when guest show up unexpectedly, or when you have the munchies. i usually like to roast my own peppers, but have used roasted peppers f
my great-aunt, helen, throws the best parties. she's a wonderful cook, a fabulous baker, and the most gracious hostess. when the family gathers at her house around christmastime she always has lots of this delicious egg nog available.
my husband and i both put each other through college. we found the name "bankruptcy stew" very fitting! we also found that chatting while chopping up the vegetables was a good time to catch up with each other. this makes a thick and hearty stew-who says t
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