Ingredients

How to make it

  • In a pot place the brown rice and the mushroom stock and bring to a boil
  • Lower heat and simmer for 25 minutes, cool set aside
  • In a fry pan ad the olive oil the garlic and the Fiddle ferns and fry for one minute
  • Add the cherry tomatoes and the wine cook for 5 minutes to reduce the stock
  • Take each pepper and remove the top by running the tip of a paring knife around the stem.
  • Remove the seeds with a small spoon set aside
  • In a large bowl combine the cooled rice the egg, the ricotta cheese and sea salt ad Black pepper
  • Stuff the peppers half way and top with Fiddlehead ferns and garlic and cherry tomato
  • Top with the cheddar cheese and then the mozzarella
  • Place stuffed peppers in a baking dish filled with an inch of water
  • Bake peppers in a preheated 400 F degree oven for 25 to 30 minutes until tops are golden brown
  • Enjoy
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    " It was excellent "
    victoriaregina ate it and said...
    Did you watch the Foodnetworks CHOPPED? One of the ingredients was fiddlehead fern. How neat your recipe is. Five and flagged. You would have won, by the way.

    Vickie
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  • mnmama 4 years ago
    This is different. I had them once and liked them.
    Great recipe 5
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  • damiadedannon 5 years ago
    I will name my next child after you if you post more fiddle head recipies. I will be using this recipie up to step 4, and serving it as a side dish!!!!
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    " It was excellent "
    dragonwings647 ate it and said...
    SOUNDS REALLY GREAT. I KNOW WHERE TO FIND SOME FERNS BUT WILL HAVE TO WAIT FOR SPRING. GREAT POST.
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    " It was excellent "
    jubal ate it and said...
    Fiddle-dee-dee! Sounds great to me!
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    " It was excellent "
    lanacountry ate it and said...
    Hi Michael..this one is so cool looking!!
    I don't think you can find the ferns here,
    but can in Atlanta..Thanks for FFF group
    add and a HIGH 55555! :)
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    " It was excellent "
    cherihannah ate it and said...
    Have some f.ferns in my freezer from organic farm. looks great. Gave it a 5!!! Cheri
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    " It was excellent "
    jencathen ate it and said...
    This looks just beautiful. The only question is what is fiddlehead fern and where would I get it? I looked at Wal-Mart and HEB. Those are the only two grocery stores out here. :(

    The farmer's market starts up soon down here. Do you think they would have this ingredient?
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    How delicious and beautiful, hon! You get a high 5 from me....need to find those fiddlehead ferns. For sure. You amaze me.

    Hugs,
    ~Vickie
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  • jimrug1 5 years ago
    I just found some as I was looking for some mushrooms. I normally just saute them in a little garlic and squeeze lemon on them. This recipe sounds awesome. Great pics too.. thanks... Jim
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  • maggiehc 5 years ago
    I've been looking for fiddleheads all spring and haven't found any. This sounds like a great recipe to try if I can get ahold of any.
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    " It was excellent "
    mystic_river1 ate it and said...
    If one ambles by shall attack it, throw it in a pot and from all I have read about them...it will be scrumptious..however
    you deserve a 5 for this wonderful original recipe. Thanks for the post. joymarie
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  • dandelion 5 years ago
    Great Post! Fiddle heads are tough to find around here. Back east they are more common. Ostrich ferns are the ones I remember eating. I think maybe green beans could be substituted in this recipe. Asian long beans would even resemble them. HTH
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    " It was excellent "
    minitindel ate it and said...
    Ive never heard of fiddlehead ferns but this does sound fantastic indeed and your pictures are great ......thank you michael
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    " It was excellent "
    chefmeow ate it and said...
    I have only had fiddlehead ferns once and I loved it. This is a fanastic post. As soon as I can get my hands on some of the ferns, I'm going to make this one for sure. Great post. You've go my 5.
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  • jett2whit 5 years ago
    Sounds very interesting. I've never heard of Fiddlehead Ferns until now. Bookmarking this one.
    Jett
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