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I prepared the filling for the first time: I mixed the meat with finely chopped onion, salt, pepper, egg, rice (which I washed); the larch, parsley and dill that I had as a father.

I cut the peppers in the tail so that I can remove the tail with the seeds and keep them whole. I washed them, then, with a teaspoon, I put the meat filling in each one.

In a bowl I put the onion on the heat, after it was golden I put the diced tomatoes and the tomato paste; I left it for 3 minutes and I added the peppers, placing them nicely to sit upright. I added water and let it boil at the right heat.

In the end I put the greens.


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simona 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 10:54

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Super good.
Your interesting recipe, dear Ioana! It's a bit more "modern" so to speak, you didn't do it in the classic way, with the peppers completely covered by water, which boil unknowingly. and so on Your recipe has a great "salon" look and in this way the stuffed burns can be served at a more festive meal. Bravo!

Ioana 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 11:27

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and two of my peppers were made under water, as they slipped, I used a slightly larger pot for the 8 peppers (the middle pot was busy) and they had space to "dance". but they look just as good as the rest.

Darvenia Darvi 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 21:07

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I would have made them in the oven because vegetarians like the taste of baked peppers more, not boiled ones

ramisimion 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 21:11

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how beautiful they are! during this period it would be good to fill donuts, they are sweet and meaty.

Darvenia Darvi 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 21:13

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Elena Macaron 8 years ago - 7 October 2009 22:59

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I take the tails out of the peppers and fry them in a little oil. Then fill them with finely chopped raw onion, meat, rice, salt and pepper. I put a little oil and butter in the pan, a little flour and tomato sauce. peel and put yogurt on top of the plate

Ioana 8 years ago - 8 October 2009 11:16

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darvenia, they can also be put in the oven, but it was Tuesday night and I wanted to speed up the process a bit, they boiled faster on the fire.
rami, I've never seen stuffed donuts with us, but it seems like a good idea and I think it would look great.
elena, thank you for sharing your version with us, it doesn't sound bad at all

Elena Macaron 8 years ago - 9 October 2009 16:46

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yes my peppers are very good the sauce is a little thick and you can peel it before you eat try it and say if you liked it

ramisimion 8 years ago - 9 October 2009 23:43

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mother. autumn fills donuts instead of peppers. try it and you will surely like it, not the peppers of course but the content, it is more fragrant and looks very good. by the way, sometimes he mixes vegetables stuffed with pumpkin, donuts and tomatoes.

simina 8 years ago - 13 October 2009 13:39

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I just made this recipe. it's absolutely delicious. I also made it with peppers and donuts. they are both gorgeous.
Have a nice day

Larisa 7 years ago - 10 February 2010 12:04

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Thank you for the answer from the overturned apple tart, on the weekend I have some guests and I will do it then.
At point 5 of the preparation of stuffed peppers, the oil is heated in a smaller pan, I suppose, and flour is also added to the pan, or how? And what does "extinguishing the broth" mean? And one last question: can you recommend me a place to get good quality minced meat?

Thanks, this site is golden, literally!
I come back with impressions after I cook the peppers and the apple tart. All the best !

Ioana 7 years ago - 10 February 2010 12:53

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yes, at point 5 prepare that rantas in a saucepan or a pan and pour it into the pot with peppers.
"extinguish with broth" means to pour the broth over the flour that is toasted, you practically stop the flour from frying. in fact, you simply pour it into the pan once.

jos3phine 7 years ago - 28 April 2010 00:49

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these peppers look super good
Ioana, I can't believe how fascinated I am by all your recipes, but you describe each step with such mastery! Congratulations. 1
I would like to ask you a question, now that we are on the subject of peppers. Do you know if the famous pimientos del piquillo (grown in Spain) are also found in our country? When they are in Spain I cook them because they are delicious, stuffed with (cod in Spanish), but when I come home and I want to cook for my family I don't know where to buy.
I'm curious what you answer me.
By the way, I'm from Oradea so we're "neighbors"

Ioana 7 years ago - April 28, 2010 11:12

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Doesn't it look like kapia peppers that are sweeter and more flavorful?

jos3phine 7 years ago - 28 April 2010 21:23

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thanks for the advice, know that I will try
These peppers are really sweeter, and at the same time a little spicy

Ioana 7 years ago - April 29, 2010 16:07

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tell me if the substitution is good, I'm curious if I bring with those peppers that you were talking about and that I have not yet had the honor to try

mirela_szekely 7 years ago - 15 May 2010 21:14

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roxangelina 7 years ago - 6 June 2010 20:44

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girls since I discovered this site only good things I cooked. you are phenomenal! tomorrow I make stuffed peppers too. I can not wait.

alexandra 16 years ago 7 years ago - June 24, 2010 17:48

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thank you very much. I cook a lot but sometimes I also make your recipes ... they are wonderful. thank you very much: X: * ..>: D petro 7 years ago - 14 July 2010 10:23

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andra 7 years ago - 30 August 2010 16:06

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a good recipe ..I made stuffed peppers today and they came out great..pup

Oana-Adriana 7 years ago - 6 September 2010 16:24

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I made the recipe too. I am 21 years old and I am crazy about cooking, I ended up recommending new recipes to my mother)
Try it with donuts, I did it last year and I liked it very much

pop mariana 6 years ago - 27 May 2011 17:39

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ff delicious but with soup how to make rantasul

steluta 6 years ago - 3 June 2011 20:19

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I think it's a bit of rice

teodora simeria 6 years ago - June 18, 2011 07:45

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I would have a few suggestions: 1. Indeed, a lot of rice. place it better in the pan, scald the peppers for a few minutes and then fill them.5.

viorica 6 years ago - 23 July 2011 18:08

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go perfectly well without flour, put a slice of tomato on the lid, in the composition put the unroasted ccuda onion and sauté the pepper in a little oil after filling it, then put it to boil

tatiana 6 years ago - 31 July 2011 14:52

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peppers before being stuffed and boiled to remove the alleged bitterness. thank you)))))

Raul 6 years ago - 12 August 2011 17:28

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The real recipe. Try not to go for it!

BA 6 years ago - 25 September 2011 10:44

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So this is the recipe for today! I go to the market to buy the ingredients

Roxanna Mika 6 years ago - 25 September 2011 15:08

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I also prepared these wonderful peppers.
it was pretty exciting, until my boyfriend gave me a grade of 10
si eu tie, 2 x 10: *
thank you very much for the recipe ioana.

ANDREEA 6 years ago - 7 November 2011 16:07

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Cool . I'm pregnant and I had a craving for sarmalute, I did something like that for sure and I couldn't handle it. so I accepted the challenge of making stuffed peppers for the first time, from all the recipes I chose yours. SUUUUUUUUUPER, I can't wait for my husband to come and pop, he liked my belly like crazy.

marieta 6 years ago - 10 November 2011 12:50

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today I did but not with meat with mushrooms instead of meat

margareta 6 years ago - 20 November 2011 00:44

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the sauce is not made with peppers only with flour. I do not make it with flour. clean one. two potatoes that I put on the small grater and put the grated potatoes on top of the peppers.

SIMON 6 years ago - November 22, 2011 1:34 PM

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I have a question, I'm going to make pasta with peas, you can put a year instead of ribs, summer salami, finca, I did that and it turned out great, yes, for pasta, I tried the barrel, I don't know how it will come out with our pasta from Romania. 10 minutes we also tell me an idea after washing Romanian pastel what to do so that it doesn't stick even if I put oil, thank you

anna 5 years ago - 25 February 2012 16:47

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keep inventing these pepper recipes, you still can't put an original recipe, or. sorry. the world has modernized, what the hell, I think our grandmothers made the best recipes,

Ioana 5 years ago - 25 February 2012 18:31

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it just depends on where your grandmothers were

cosmina 5 years ago - 4 March 2012 21:26

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Ioana if you can add the "like" option to the comments, like on facebook. I like your last comment!
Cooking is an art! You just have to be inspired by the recipes of others, whose page you entered voluntarily.

Ioana 5 years ago - 5 March 2012 11:23

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cosmina, I liked the idea, so it's already functional is a "Like" link to each comment.

anda 5 years ago - 28 August 2012 17:30

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Relu 5 years ago - 29 November 2012 09:48

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Hi, it's an interesting recipe and I want to try it, but I want you to tell me once again how to make the filling because I didn't really understand, I'm a beginner. thanks. if you want we can see you on the mess so I can understand better. a good day

Ioana 5 years ago - November 29, 2012 10:49

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Relu, in step 1 writes very clearly how to make the filling, I will not repeat the same things. It's simple, just mix the ingredients.

Relu 5 years ago - 29 November 2012 10:54

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I didn't understand the last part, in another pan do I do the thing with oil and flour? then I add what I did the first time?

Ioana 5 years ago - November 29, 2012 10:58

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that's Relu sauce, not the filling. the sauce is made separately in a pan and poured over the boiling peppers.

Relu 5 years ago - 29 November 2012 11:03

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I understand now, mix everything that is written in the filling, meat, rice, etc. and then while the peppers are boiling over low heat I slowly make that sauce with oil and flour and broth. and the last question, what kind of paprika? Thank you and I will write to tell you how it was.

Ioana 5 years ago - November 29, 2012 11:07

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yes, mix the filling, put it in the peppers that you put to boil. meanwhile make the sauce you pour over it. paprika, but you can get rid of it a little hot if you like spicy food. spor!

Florentina 4 years ago - 14 May 2013 18:18

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yum yum yum. I haven't eaten stuffed peppers for many years and they turned out very good - I didn't use homemade vegeta because I don't have a dryer and being so hungry I couldn't wait to ask how I could do without a dryer. I can use the oven.

Bianca 4 years ago - 25 June 2013 16:11

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Hi, Ioana! Your recipes are superb, delicious and simple to make the way you explain them all! You taught me to cook! Thanks!

Ioana 4 years ago - June 26, 2013 10:30

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Cristiana Prisecaru 4 years ago - 26 July 2013 13:55

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I also want to start making these peppers now, I will do it for the first time: D and I would like to ask something so that the peppers are not so bitter, to fry them a little in hot oil and then to fill them? can I put chicken meat?

Ioana 4 years ago - 26 July 2013 14:06

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Cristina, I admit that I don't eat peppers (because I don't like peppers in general) and I didn't realize it was bitter. I don't know what to advise you. I now asked my husband if he ever felt anything wrong with them and he told me that it's just the specific taste of peppers in this yellow, which really is not as sweet as the red one, but they are not unpleasant. .

Cristiana Prisecaru 4 years ago - July 26, 2013 14:10

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Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either. could i put minced chicken?

Ioana 4 years ago - July 26, 2013 14:17

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yes, you can put chicken, round grain rice helps the filling come out softer even if the meat is lean.

someone who eats peppers can help us with some advice on how to get better.

Cristiana Prisecaru 4 years ago - 26 July 2013 14:29

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Thanks a lot for the advice I start shopping and then cooking

mirela 4 years ago - 3 September 2013 21:07

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I wonder if we removed the lids from the burn with the onion, would it taste good?

Ioana 4 years ago - 4 September 2013 08:34

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Of course you can, grilled onion and pepper together taste very good.

Olivia 4 years ago - September 25, 2013 07:28

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Hi Ioana,
So I appreciate you so much and thanks to you I learned to cook
These stuffed peppers, I made again tonight. And this time I added some things: D
Small cubes of smoked bacon (with a lot of meat on it), another egg, and a little oregano. Oh. and beef only.
So the peppers came out so good. I've already eaten 4 and I'm still thinking about them.

Thanks again for all the recipes here.

Gabriela Muller 3 years ago - 13 April 2014 12:06

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Stuffed peppers - my favorite food! I cooked so many options but today I was inspired by yours a little. I added egg, which I never did, and fried onions (again something new!) with smoked paprika. I made the sauce very simple, with mashed tomatoes and finely chopped garlic at the end. Brown 1/4 in the oven: a madness with sour cream (light!).

florin 3 years ago - 15 May 2014 11:27

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Hello everyone, what do you say?

Toader Stefania 3 years ago - 23 June 2014 14:00

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Now I boiled the peppers. I can't wait to see what came out and see if my husband will also like it, who also doesn't eat stuffed peppers or stuffed cabbage !! Thanks for the recipe

Ioana 3 years ago - 23 June 2014 18:09

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They. did they eat?
if so, I recommend you make them and those filled with bulgur are wonderful.

Silvie Red 3 years ago - 5 July 2014 13:44

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Monica 2 years ago - 26 October 2015 11:11

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Thank you Ioana, you are always my culinary rescue! I also made stuffed peppers for the first time (and I had a mess of emotions), I followed all the steps, I just omitted the flour from the end and I added some green celery stalk in the composition. They came out very tasty and were very appreciated. My half repeated to me a few times that he didn't think I was making this recipe for the first time. All the recipes on your site turned out excellent, by the way. Total success!

Ioana 2 years ago - November 2, 2015 09:32

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I'm glad, Monica. you're welcome!

Iohana a year ago - 3 February 2016 11:52

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Tomatoes can be filled, they are delicious. I scoop out the contents with a teaspoon, and grate the contents and put them in the sauce. I eat peppers stuffed with yogurt or sour cream. Try it too!

Ioana a year ago - 3 February 2016 13:11

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Iohana, I have an idea for you too, maybe you haven't tried it: tomatoes stuffed with rice and greens. in summer they are wonderful. see here if you like the idea [link]

dinu 8 months ago - 30 June 2017 10:49

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Hello Ioana,
Wouldn't it be good to put the minced meat after the onion and then the paprika? I did not find when "cooking" when and where I add minced meat.
Otherwise, I think the recipe is like my mother's and I'll try it too.
Thank you very much!

Ioana 8 months ago - 30 June 2017 11:14

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I just fry the onion and add the paprika, then I pour them over the rest of the ingredients for the filling. write in step 1 "Mix all the ingredients for the filling, including the chopped onion, broth and egg." so I don't harden the meat, a knead so raw with the rest.

otilia 5 months ago - 15 September 2017 18:49

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Very nicely presented and I think they are ff. Hi, I'll try this recipe too. Every time I change something in the recipe until I'm satisfied with the taste and I think it comes out good and with long grain rice, thanks for the recipe!

Cori Cj 5 months ago - 25 September 2017 09:02

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I also made them on Saturday according to your recipe. There are 3 differences from how I make them: until now I have never put tomato sauce / broth in the composition, I only put 100gr of rice for 9 pieces and I don't make rantas in the pan / on the fire.
We also liked this version

Ingredients for stuffed peppers in the oven

Of course, the complex taste of this dish is perfect for the minced meat we use and the spices used. Probably every housewife has a recipe for stuffing inherited from the family, similar to that of sarmale. I prefer to buy pieces of meat (pork and beef or just pork) that I can chop at home. The minced meat must be fatter (be it the flesh but also the neck or breast of the pig) to obtain an airy and juicy filling. This is also true of sarmale, meatballs or small homemade.

In addition, I add onions, rice, salt, pepper, dried thyme and chopped greens: dill and green parsley. A little sweet paprika gives a more pleasant color to the filling. The rice for meat fillings is one with a round grain and boils quickly. It is compared to 10% of meat: that is, to 500 g of meat we put 50 g of rice.

You can also use chicken, boneless and minced meat at home & # 8211 see the recipe here.

I cook it for 1-2 minutes together with the onion until it becomes glassy and it is impregnated with the surrounding flavors. The rice should NOT be boiled (not even half) before mixing with the minced meat! During cooking, it will absorb water from the meat and the surrounding water from the sauce, binding the filling but also the sauce.

I don't thicken the tomato sauce with flour and I make it from homemade tomato juice (see recipe here) or from passata to box or bottle.

From the quantities below results 5-6 stuffed peppers in the oven, depending on their size. Mine had approx. 8-9 cm long and about 6 wide. Each medium pepper contains about 100 g of filling (meat, rice, onions, spices).

Preparation Peppers stuffed with beef

Prepare the peppers. Peel a squash, grate it and wash it well.

The minced beef is mixed with the rice, with the cleaned onion, washed and finely chopped, with the egg, salt and pepper to taste. Mix well. Fill the peppers with this mixture and place the lid on top.

Put them in a pot, add the tomato juice, then cover with water and put in the oven. Try it and when the meat is cooked, they are ready. Serve with pleasure. I had some peppers put in the freezer and I filled them.

Try this video recipe too

Ingredients for peppers stuffed with meat

For the preparation of delicious peppers stuffed with meat you will need the following ingredients:

  • 10 medium-sized peppers
  • 600 g of minced pork or beef
  • 200 g of rice
  • 1-2 carrots
  • 2 medium onions
  • 1 liter of tomato juice
  • 1 large tomato
  • 2 tablespoons oil
  • 1 dill bunch
  • 1 bunch of parsley
  • thyme
  • salt and pepper to taste.

Peel the onion, peel the peppers inside, wash and let dry on a napkin. Chop the onion and put it to harden. Over it add the carrot, half the chopped pepper, chopped tomatoes and finely chopped parsley. Leave it to harden for about 15 minutes, then add the broth and continue to harden for another 5 minutes. Put the meat in a bowl. Saute onions, add rice over meat and mix well, well. One by one, fill the peppers, add water and bring to a boil over low heat. When they are ready, add 2 cups of borscht and let the taste mix for another 10 minutes.

Peppers stuffed with beef

Beef can be introduced into the baby's diet from 7-8 months, so you can prepare it in various forms. As it grows, you can choose a larger grain, and you can opt for recipes that will please the whole family. Peppers stuffed with baked beef are such an option, which can be served to both a baby and the whole family.

Peppers stuffed with meat

Peppers stuffed with meat, that's what mom had to tell us and we were already rushing into the kitchen to see how long it would take for us to sit down at the table. The other day I was lucky enough to find some medium peppers, perfectly suitable for the recipe for stuffed bell peppers. I also went to the butcher's and bought not very greasy pork, chopped on the spot, and, a few hours after I returned home, my kitchen was invaded by the unmistakable aroma of stuffed peppers.

My father was a fan of fasting peppers stuffed with rice, carrots, onions and mushrooms, but my brother and I would go for the stuffed ones. Mommy used pork for peppers, sometimes combining it with minced beef, important for this recipe is not to use very fatty meat, the proportion would be somewhere at 80% meat and 20% fat for some tasty stuffed peppers.

The pepper recipe with sauce is very simple, it is important to use the best quality ingredients. I do not recommend you to buy already minced meat, it is best to buy fresh meat and chop it at home or ask it to be minced on the spot, so we know exactly what we put in our stuffed peppers. Bell peppers must be medium, if you have them in the garden or you find them in the market, you are more than lucky, they will surely have an absolutely wonderful taste.

Stuffed Peppers & # 8211 Ingredients (7 Medium Fat Peppers)

  • 600 g minced pork, not very fatty
  • 7 medium bell peppers
  • 1 medium white onion
  • 50 g rice with round grain + 4 tablespoons water
  • 1 tablespoon chopped dill
  • 1 tablespoon grated chopped parsley
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 teaspoon small pepper

Stuffed pepper sauce & # 8211 Ingredients

  • 1 small bell pepper
  • 1 small white onion
  • 100 ml of tomato juice
  • 400-500 ml of water
  • salt

Peppers stuffed with meat & # 8211 How to prepare

Here is my mother-in-law's first secret for meat peppers.

  • Put the rice in a small saucepan, add 4 tablespoons of water and simmer on low heat for about 1 minute, or until the rice absorbs all the water (about 1 minute). Then turn off the heat and let it cool.

  • If we follow this advice, the rice in the composition of the peppers will boil faster and will keep its shape. It's a great trick! You can also use it for sarmale, in cabbage leaves or beef leaves and for other stuffed vegetables.
  • Put the minced meat in a bowl, add the onion, dill and parsley, finely chopped, cold rice, salt and pepper to taste. Knead until you get a compact composition.

  • We cut the lid with peppers, we clean them of seeds and ribs. We wash them and place them on a grill, with the cut side down, to drain well.

The second secret, my mother's, is to make a small incision in the bottom of the peppers. In this way, the sauce enters the lower part of the peppers, so the meat and rice boil faster and evenly.

Peppers stuffed with meat

The peppers are washed, cleaned of stalks and seeds. Peel the onion and finely chop. Boil the rice in half in 300 ml of salted water, drain and cool.
Carrots and parsley root are cleaned, washed and sliced. Tomato paste is diluted with 100 ml of water. Fresh tomatoes are washed, scalded, peeled and sliced. Finely chop the green parsley. The meat is chopped in the robot together with half the amount of onions.

Method of preparation peppers stuffed with meat.

Mix the minced meat well with rice, salt, pepper, eggs, half the amount of green parsley and 100 ml of cold water. With this composition fill the peppers, which are passed through flour with the side where they were filled and placed in a saucepan greased with 50 ml of oil. Add hot water and place in the oven for about 30 minutes. The sauce is prepared from onion (150 g), carrots and parsley root, which is smothered in 50 ml of oil and 100 ml of water, then add the rest of the flour, pepper, tomato paste, salt and sugar, boiling everything about 20 minutes. The obtained sauce is passed and added over the peppers, keeping the pot in the oven. When the peppers are cooked, add the tomatoes and leave on the fire for another 5 minutes.

The dish is served hot, with yogurt (cream) and green parsley on top.

Peppers stuffed with minced meat and rice

What kind of rice do we use? What is the proportion of meat, onions, rice, spices and greens? How long do stuffed peppers boil? Written recipe and step-by-step video of stuffed peppers.

Place the lid and now go to the boil, oven or stove. In the oven, let it simmer for a maximum of 15 minutes, bring to the boil, then reduce the heat to 220 degrees, fire up and down, with ventilation or maximum fire in the gas ovens.

After 1 hour we check a pepper, to see how long it takes to cook.

The first pepper is the best, taken out after an hour of boiling, when everything is still not well boiled & # 128578

Towards the end, add wine, lemon juice or 100 ml of borscht. It takes about 2 hours to cook.

Presentation and serving for the recipe of peppers stuffed with minced meat and rice

Stuffed peppers are served hot, with sour cream or yogurt, hot peppers, bread or polenta, as desired.

They are very good, so you can try the recipe. They are easy to make, and this option, without hardened onions, is easier.

Good appetite and increase in delicious cooking!

I leave another picture, because it looks too good & # 128578 Let me brag, as I deserve.

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