Not The Usual Stuffed Pepper

Love this recipe.  It is quick and easy to make and with very little preparation.  I like to eat peppers cut in half or left whole with the seeds removed.  Green, red, yellow, orange, doesn’t matter.  I like them all. Though I have to admit my all time favorite pepper is a hot one. For me they are a great replacement for bread.  I stuff them with all sorts of things.  Cheese, pickles, meat but my favorite is with smoked salmon.  That I could eat for breakfast, lunch and supper.  Sometimes I get real fancy and add some cream cheese, laughing cow cheese, goat’s cheese well just about any kind of cheese.

Having some roast beef in the freezer I decided to stuff some peppers with it, bake them and have them for supper.  So here is what I came up with.

Stuffed Peppers 001Clean out the seeds of yellow, red or green peppers and cut in half.

Stuffed Peppers 011Place the peppers into a foil lined pan (for easy clean up) and place either sliced mozzarella cheese in them or as I have some grated mozzarella.  Set aside.

Stuffed Peppers 003Chop 2 slices of smoked  bacon into small pieces.

Stuffed Peppers 004Take 1 lb. of thinly sliced roast beef and cut it into bite size piecesStuffed Peppers 008Into a pan add a couple glugs of olive oil and fry the onions, next adding the grated garlic clove, enough crushed chilies to taste and the chopped celery.  Fry for a few minutes then add about 1/2 cup of red wine.  Let the alcohol evaporate then give it a stir.

Stuffed Peppers 010 Lastly add the chopped roast beef.  Fry this mixture to heat the roast beef then…

Stuffed Peppers 012Place enough to fill the peppers.

Stuffed Peppers 013Top with more cheese.  Cover and bake at 350 degrees for 40 minutes, To thoroughly heat the stuffing and cook the peppers to al dente.

RECIPE

INGREDIENTS

1 Lb. Roast Beef

1/4 Lb. Bacon, Chopped

4 Peppers Of Your Choice

Mozzarella Cheese

2 Sliced Onions

Crushed Chilies To Taste, (Opt.)

1 Grated Clove Of Garlic

Salt And Pepper To Taste

PREPARATION

Place a couple of glugs of olive oil into a pan. Fry the sliced onions until translucent then add the chopped bacon, fry until it starts to crisp a bit.  Add 1 stick of celery and fry a couple of minutes.  Add the thinly sliced roast beef and continue to cook until the beef is heated throughout.

Slice the peppers in half.  Place mozzarella cheese on the bottom then add some of the cooked roast beef mixture.  Topping with more mozzarella.  Repeat with the rest of the peppers and roast beef mixture.

Place onto a foil lined pan and bake at 350 for 35 minutes.

Stuffed Peppers 027ENJOY!

 

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