I made a stuffed peppers this morning which we will have for dinner during the week as I have a very busy week coming up. I used the sauce I made yesterday for the stuffed peppers today. I make the peppers various ways; sometimes I use red peppers, sometimes I use ground turkey, sometimes I add brown rice. Today, I used ground beef and ground pork and spaghetti squash to make the stuffing.
I posted the recipe on Foodie Friends Friday! Check it out - click here.
Prep time is approximately 20 minutes. Check out my pictures and videos below. Also, at the end of the post are some links to other delicious meals!
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Once the meat is thoroughly mixed stuff into peppers. Put a generous amount into each pepper filling the cavity completely. Place some spaghetti squash on top of the meat and then cover with sauce.
Cover food in baking pans with aluminum foil and cook at 350 degrees. You want to cook covered so that the food doesn't dry out. Check after about 20 minutes and baste if necessary or add more sauce or a little bit of water if necessary. Cook covered about 45 minutes total. When the meat nice and brown and the peppers tender (check with a fork) uncover the pans and let the peppers cook another 10 to 20 minutes. Check often, don't let it dry out or get mushy.
Check out some of my other favorite dishes below:
turkey meatballs and spaghetti squash
brisket in the crockpot
egg whites with ham and cheese and salsa
zucchini and eggs
stuffed chicken cutlets and mashed cauliflower
meatloaf and mashed sweet potatoes
sausage, peppers and onions in a red sauce