Easy to make and pretty on the plate, these stuffed pepper recipes will be the hit of your kitchen. From bell peppers stuffed with orzo and feta cheese to Italian and hot stuffed peppers, these recipes will spark your imagination.See Popular Stuffed Peppers Recipes
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This shrimp and pea pod main dish receives an Asian-style twist from ingredients like hoisin sauce, toasted sesame seeds, and bok choy.
It takes less than an hour to make these scrumptious chiles, oozing with melted cheese and served with a creamy salsa sauce.
A savory combination of sweet Italian sausage, onion, oregano, and mozzarella cheese is tucked into tender green peppers and topped with tomato sauce for an easy-to-make version of this hearty classic.
Chiles rellenos (literally, stuffed chiles) are a classic Tex-Mex dish of roasted poblanos filled with cheese or meat, then battered and fried. For his version, Tim Love scoops succotash into poblanos, then grills the chiles rellenos in a cast-iron pot for smokiness.
Review an old-fashioned recipe with new-fashioned sensibilities and enjoy the tasty ride.
Sweet peppers are the containers of this delicious combination of vegetables and rice in this stuffed peppers recipe. These are perfect for dinner or to bring to a potluck.
Stuffed red mini peppers make these appetizers pop on your party tray.
This eye-catching main dish recipe combines precooked ground beef, Spanish rice, a Mexican cheese blend, and mole sauce and takes just 20 minutes to prepare from start-to-finish.
A cheesy, chicken mixture fills hot peppers in this savory baked dinner.
Let seasonal veggies take center stage in these creative recipes that go beyond just stuffed peppers.
Stuffing and corn kernels mix with ground beef and onion to make a delicious different stuffing for bell peppers. Both kids and adults love this recipe, and it's on the table in just 45 minutes.
"I may never use ground meat in my peppers again," said Fran Parisi, Grace Parisi's mother, when she tried this super-flavorful sausage-stuffed version. Another revelation: Smaller Italian frying peppers are much easier to brown in a skillet than the typical green bell peppers, and they also cook faster.