I've been wanting to try stuffed peppers for a while now - not sure why, it just seemed like it was something I should attempt at least once. So, when I was browsing online for some budget-friendly meals and noticed this recipe for stuffed peppers, I knew I'd landed on a Yummy Monday dinner. Apparently, stuffed peppers are an American Standard. I had no idea. When you think American food what do you think? Hamburgers, of course. Hot dogs, too. Apple pie. (duh.) Stuffed peppers. What?? Yeah, well, I read it on the internet so it must be true.
The only change I made was using red, orange and yellow peppers instead of green. Here's the recipe:
Stuffed Bell Peppers
6 green bell peppers
I was pretty happy with the outcome. They seemed all a stuffed pepper should be - stuffed, cheesy and peppery. mr is not a fan of bell peppers (what a weirdo, right?) so he was kind of indifferent to dinner this time, but my parents really liked it. Three to one - the yea's have it.
I decided to make a side dish mr's been craving nonstop lately, his Aunt's bean salsa. I do add a dash of this and that, so although it has been posted on this blog before, I thought I'd repost with my additions.
1 can chopped green chilis
And as usual, we all thought this was delish. It's the kind of salsa that can really be a meal in itself. Honestly.
Dessert was leftover this, so I have nothing new to show you. Is that lame? Probably.
Let's see. Do I have something else I can give you? Ooo, ooo, how about this?
I know, nothing to do with dessert, but she is hilariously adorable, right?
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