Stuffed Pepper Casserole

Stuffed Pepper Casserole


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Stuffed green peppers take on a fresh new personality with seasoned stuffing, ground beef, tomatoes and sweet corn kernels.

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  • 2 1/2 C. Herb Seasoned Stuffing
  • 1 Tbs. butter OR margarine, melted
  • 1 lb. ground beef
  • 1 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 can (14 1/2 oz.) whole peeled tomatoes, cut up
  • 1 can (about 8 oz.) whole kernel corn, drained
  • 2 medium green peppers, cut lengthwise into quarters

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Mix 1/4 C. stuffing and butter. Set aside. Cook beef and onion in skillet over medium-high heat until browned. Pour off fat. Add tomatoes and corn. Add remaining stuffing. Mix lightly. Arrange peppers in 2-qt. shallow baking dish. Spoon beef mixture over peppers. Cover. Bake at 400 F for 25 min or until peppers are tender. Sprinkle with reserved stuffing mixture. Bake 5 min. or until golden.

TIP: To melt butter, remove wrapper and place in microwave-safe C. Cover and microwave on HIGH 30 seconds.

Reviews (17)

  • Reading all the comments helps, but i think this is waaaaay to many ingredients for 2 small peppers. Once a year in my area we do get super sized peppers, but that's too much for just me. I think i will try this recipe, cutting the ingredients in half. changing the gr. beef to a sausage of some sort. I like Polish sausage. and think it will work well..

    Some of you sound like a bunch of little snot nosed kids. You should be ashamed of yourselves for that childish and inapropriate behavior..............Stop acting like brats, use your imagination & try some ideas to tweak the recipe to your satisfaction. And kiddies,........................ALWAYS READ THE COMMENTS FIRST !!!!!

    Flag as inappropriate Woodkitten  |  October 29, 2009

  • The seasonings are in the suffing mix can find them in the bread isle of the grocery store . haven't tried it yet. but hope too soon. you could also use plain bred with your own seasoning s of your choice. Sandy

    Flag as inappropriate sandee805  |  October 26, 2009

  • I totally agree with Joannarc. What some nasty comments about this recipe. What in the world is so hard to understand about it?? If you prefer to change or add something, just mention it in your comment, no need to be nasty about it. I found this recipe to be really tasty. I did add seasonings to my own liking and tasted as I added but that is what I normally do with any recipe, adjust them to my taste. Think about what you say and how you may make someone feel before putting it in writing. I would hate to know I got comments on my recipes like this, would make me not ever want to post one again... Shame on all of you who are being so mean about something so trivial.

    Flag as inappropriate breezinthru  |  October 9, 2009

  • I agree with "joannarc"; use your God given commen sense. I made this recipe as posted with the following changes: I added 2 minced garlic cloves to my ground beef & onions; used diced tomatoes w/green chiles in place of the whole tomatoes; added 1 tsp. ground cumin & 1 tsp. chili powder; added salt & pepper to taste, cut my 4 peppers in half lengthwise (fits better in casserole dish & don't have to worry about them falling over) & added a little vegetable stock to

    Flag as inappropriate andealda  |  February 28, 2009

  • Good Grief!....What Cruel Comments!...Looks to me like none of you are wearing a Five Star Chef Hat (Chef de Cuisine: 801 Chef Hats)!....Just take the recipe and run with it and share what you did...The basic concept looks good.

    Flag as inappropriate joannarc  |  November 17, 2008

  • I can't believe some of you haven't heard of herbed stuffing mix. It says it right on the package. Come on people , you are showing your ignorance and your lack of creativity!

    Flag as inappropriate pamquilts2  |  November 16, 2008

  • WOW, this written & pictorial description of this one recipe is a mess. Sounds tasteless but with a little imagination could turn into a nice casserole. Herb seasoned bread stuffing mix can be found in almost any supermarket in the same area of stuffing mixes usually. With some good seasoning and some hot or sweet Italian sausage, might be tasty.

    Flag as inappropriate puppirluv  |  May 12, 2008

  • I love trying new recipes from the internet. Talking about stuffed peppers, my wife found this recipe, and I tried it today.
    Is it me or is this the worst recipe ever?!
    The photo does not match the instructions, and do you really expect us to cook with NO SEASONING, like salt and pepper at the minimum? And what is Herb Seasoned Stuffing? There is no listing for it when I searched the site. I suppose it’s a product you buy.
    It’s all so very confusing! What I do know is I will never visit this

    Flag as inappropriate cenaculum  |  February 16, 2008

  • It was good. I used 3 peppers but could have used 4. I didn't need to par boil the peppers, they cooked in 30 minutes if you cover the casserole with foil. It was a little dry, but I will make again.

    Flag as inappropriate betts101  |  February 3, 2008

  • I suggest cooking green peppers first. This assures you that the peppers will be done after 30 minutes in the oven. Cut tops off, clean inside, cook in boiling water for 3-4 minutes; remove and drain-then stuff.

    Flag as inappropriate Bradel  |  January 24, 2008

  • I made this with ground chicken and also added 1/2 teaspoon of Cumin and 1/2 teaspoon of Paprika with 2 garlic sections (choppepd finely with the onion). It tasted delicious!
    N.B. I prefer my onions and garlic chopped fine, unless in a soup or stew. I

    Flag as inappropriate gr8catmom  |  January 21, 2008

  • I agree with all comments-- are they justified???????

    Flag as inappropriate  |  January 21, 2008

  • I think I would try red/yellow or orange peppers. Why because the green ones always come back to revisit the guests for dinner. And yest the picture is misleading,,,I had to read it to see exactly what they were doing. It all sounds really good, I shall try it of course.

    Reported moeter  |  January 21, 2008

  • That sounds like a lot of meat for two peppers! Seems like you would need at least 4 peppers.

    Flag as inappropriate Coolbeans  |  January 21, 2008

  • Is Herb Seasoned Stuffing a product I can buy or something I have to make?

    Flag as inappropriate bernwag  |  January 21, 2008

  • Although the picture shows the peppers being stuffed, It's the directions of spooning the ingredients 'over' the quartered peppers which some people may prefer. I think the title of the recipe should be changed to something other than 'stuffed'. Sounds tasty just the same.

    Flag as inappropriate klutzygal  |  January 21, 2008

  • Stuffed peppers should not be cut into quarters! See attached photo!!

    Flag as inappropriate quaintdiner  |  January 21, 2008

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