Top-ranked recipe named "Turkey Stuffed Green Peppers"
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"We enjoyed this recipe with made several modifications-used couscous instead of rice, used Italian stewed tomatoes, added fresh sage and oregano, and half a jalepeno. Also, used a convection oven and it cooked up in 30 minutes. Very tasty and surprisingly filling!"
1. In a medium bowl combine turkey, rice, carrot, onion, parsley, garlic, oregano, salt, pepper and tomato sauce. Mix to blend thoroughly.
2. Cut each pepper in half lengthwise. Remove and discard seeds and membranes.
3. Divide turkey mixture between peppers. Place in a baking dish and cover.
4. Bake in a preheated 350 degree F oven for about 1 hour, or until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees F and the peppers are tender.
Republished with permission, National Turkey Federation
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dbankston 4 months agovery dry. maybe add more tomato sauce or add an egg???
Njisjust 1 year agoI added a little hot sauce and more onion and garlic - she's Italian - it was amazing , with a side dish of balsamic reduction asparagus and garlic . Couldn't ask for anything better
mamurphy 2 years agoI used very lean turkey and it came out a bit dry, I will use more tomato sauce next time. Overall very enjoyable meal. Hubby, 7 year old, and 10 month old loved it!
Amykinsc 4 years agoWe enjoyed this recipe with made several modifications-used couscous instead of rice, used Italian stewed tomatoes, added fresh sage and oregano, and half a jalepeno. Also, used a convection oven and it cooked up in 30 minutes. Very tasty and surprisingly filling!
magicaldaisy 5 years agoLoved that it was so easy to make, but really tasty. I substituted yellow peppers instead of rice to cut back on the carbs, and it worked out just great.
tyson 9 years agoRepublished with permission, National Turkey Federation [I posted this recipe.]