Philly Stuffed Peppers

  • pointsevenout 5 years ago
    Recipe by Notyourmomma: Philly Stuffed Peppers
    It's a great stuffed pepper but it's not the flavor I swoon over for a Philly cheese steak sandwich. Not taking anything away from these peppers at all, it's just a personal preference that I haven't been able to duplicate at home. Domino's pizza has the taste. Hardee's HAD a Philly burger that got me into a daily habit. I might start exploring some cheese whiz or something like that.
    Back to the stuffed peppers. Get as big a pepper as you can find. What I used had stuffing left over. Enough to make a cold cut sammy later on tonight. Cheese, meat, 'shrooms, and onions are a great combo. Peppers were done but personal preference would make me cook it longer next time. Cheese was nicely browned at the half hour bake time. Didn't want to burn the cheese by extending the time. Maybe next time I'll add the topper cheese later in the baking.
    Like the addition of the spaghetti sauce for a baking liquid along with the oil. Sadly I forgot to use the garlic powder although it wasn't spec'ed in the directions where to use it. Didn't say where to use the S&P but there was enough of a clue to figure it out.
    Remember, BIG PEPPERS.
  • mommyluvs2cook 5 years ago said:
    I love stuffed peppers. This one sounds interesting. I would cook it longer too, I like my stuffed peppers really soft.... good post!
  • pointsevenout 5 years ago said:
    Maybe parboil the peppers to cut down on the bake time. Or steam them in the microwave.
  • frankieanne 5 years ago said:
    That is an interesting recipe. People seem to use rice and ground beef in their peppers. I know I always have. I never would have thought of deli roast beef. I haven't had a stuffed pepper in years. I like mine really soft, too.
  • mrpiggy 5 years ago said:
    Ohh, I have to try this. I love stuffed peppers and Philly cheese steaks. Thanks for the heads up Points.......Oh, and I like the pepper soft as well
  • notyourmomma 5 years ago said:
    Follow his advice, and par cook the peppers via microwave, or oven roast. I just winged the recipe from a Pin on recipe just a picture. I did measure.
    Thanks P7O

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