So easy and so delicious! I have been using this recipe since it first came out in the Eating Well Magazine in 2012. As with all recipes I consider it as a guideline! I love V-8 and I like a lot on my pepper while my husband only cares for a small amount. So as you cook and taste remember you can always adjust the seasonings to what you like but this is a must make recipe!
This was yummy! I used turkey sausage and raisins and hubby forgot to buy V8 juice so I used chicken broth. It was great! I would add a little bit more rice next time (I made my own) to make it more filling. Had to microwave a little longer because I didn't pre-cook the peppers. Definitely going to make this again. Loved the sweetness of the raisins and yumminess of the cinnamon.
I used this as an inspiration but I changed it a bit. I used red capsicum (definitely better than the yellow ones) and I cooked them in the oven for 30 minutes at 180. No oil necessary for cooking just baking paper. I also peeled the capsicum before serving.
Different take on traditional stuffed peppers I set my peppers in a glass pie dish added water and covered with a glass mixing bowl to soften the peppers. I didn't like the idea of microwaving them again after stuffing them so I cooked them for about 30 minutes at 350. I also topped with a little bit of reduced fat feta. Lots of flavor and filling. I would definitely make this again. Pros: flavorful Cons: microwaved
delicious i substituted grass fed veal added pignoli nuts didn't have v-8 so used canned tomato sauce and red pepper soup. really scruptuous Cons: i didn't cook the peppers long enough i guess. so next time i will
This dish is the perfect combination of sweet and savory. I made a vegetarian version using a soy-based hamburger substitute and substituted quinoa for the rice. It was delicious and satisfying even my husband and son who love their meat thought it was great! I even entered this dish into my company's International Food Festival and won third place!
A little too sweet as i do with most recipies i make i try to make them more healthy. for this one i used ground turkey (also i had it in the freezer and it needed to get used) and wild rice. i also added a small can of diced tomatoes. the result was not very good. i felt the stuffing was on the sweet side- maybe it was the lack of fat from the ground beef. i don't think i will make this again. Pros: nutritious and great leftovers Cons: taste