Ingredients

How to make it

  • Top two green peppers and remove the ribs and seeds.
  • Brush each pepper, inside and out, with olive oil.
  • Stuff each with 1/2 packet of Uncle Ben's microwavable rice.
  • Add 2 tablespoons of Sweet Heat Chipotle Sauce to the rice in each bell pepper.
  • Wrap in aluminum foil.
  • Cook in a covered grill for 15 minutes.
  • Goes good as a side to grilled steak or chicken. Especially good with grilled corn on the cob.

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  • rottman 5 years ago
    Sayboya... Don't know if Uncle Ben's sells in Australia, or not. Uncle Ben's is a brand of rice. Recently they have begun marketing a line of products that are basically different styles of rice that are packaged in microwavable packets. Stick them in the microwave for 90 seconds, and you've got Jasmine rice, or Chicken flavored rice, or Sante Fe style rice, or .... and so forth. They are reasonably inexpensive and the good thing is that they're already done. Just need re-heating. Excellent for this type of dish. The rice is pre-cooked. All you do is stick it in the pepper and re-heat it in a covered grill, rather than in the microwave. I guess about any kind of prepared rice would do. Might try looking on the internet to see if they have a web site.

    Justjakesmom... Doesn't get much easier than this... Go for it!
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    juels ate it and said...
    Boy, this sure does sound simple! I think I can attempt this, + I love stuffed peppers!
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    sayboya ate it and said...
    Sounds real good but what is Uncle Ben's microwavable rice?
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  • justjakesmom 5 years ago
    Sounds good, Rottman! I'm the one person on the planet that has never made stuffed bell peppers! Poblanos, yes, but have read a dozen recipes for stuffed green ones - this one might break me in. ;')
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  • rottman 5 years ago
    Check out thehotsqueeze.com Keni. I stumbled across this sauce in a grocery store isle. It's pretty tasty.

    You can do the same thing here as you do with your slaw. Uncle Ben's makes several flavored rice mixes. These are the packets that are made to be put into a microwave for 90 seconds. They are pre-cooked, so they work well for stuffed peppers when you don't have time for a long cook.
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  • keni 5 years ago
    Never heard of that sauce...so, I'll have to check the site...and, I do the same thing with "cole slaw"...a slaw mix with your favorite bottled or homemade dressing...a quick, great side dish to any meal...you can make it Asian, Southwestern, sweet, or use ranch for bbqs...even bacon ranch with a BLT and sweet corn! :) SO easy and versatile...and yup, you're right...Easy is good! :) :)
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  • rottman 5 years ago
    It is easy, and it goes great with other items you may be cooking on the grill. Got the idea from my daughter in a conversation this evening. She uses another prepared rice. I was fixing a stuffed chicken recipe and wanted something southwestern in flavor. The Uncle Ben's Microwavable rice fit the bill. The sweet chipotle sauce was an afterthought. In retrospect, it went very well with the sweet corn in shucks done at the same time.

    Hope you like it Keni. Easy is good. ;-)
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  • keni 5 years ago
    Easy Peasy! :) :)
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  • sitbynellie 5 years ago
    This is super Rottman. I am printing this out - Tom shies away from most vegetable dishes but I am sure he might go for this one. Me, I am a sucker for green peppers. Thanks for this recipe.
    Hope you are well,
    love Nellie
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