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    Stuffed Bell Peppers, with a twist.

    Cooked a fresh picnic ham on the grill for 5 hours the other day, and had some very delicious Bar-B-Que sandwiches for a couple days afterwards.
    Not really enough left over for 3rd servings, so, I decided to make what was left good enough to feed the wife and I.
    Came up with this:
    STUFFED BELL PEPPERS WITH BROWN RICE
    2 - whole bell peppers, hollowed-out and rinsed, just like you would make regular stuffed bell peppers
    1/8th - medium sized onion, finely chopped
    1 - cup of brown rice, cooked and tender
    2 - slices of baby swiss cheese
    1/2 - cup of blended fine chopped Mexican cheese
    1 - cup of bar-b-que chopped meat
    Cut each slice of swiss cheese in 3 pieces, line the inside of the bell pepper with them
    Mix the brown rice, meat, Mexican cheese (leave enough left to top the bell pepper when filled), onion all together
    Spoon the mixture into the bell peppers, being careful to compress it firmly against the pepper walls and work your way up
    Top it off with the leftover Mexican blend cheese
    Spray oil on a baking pan and place peppers on it
    Bake in oven @ 325* for 40 - 45 minutes
    Here's a pic of how they look before going into the oven
    Try it, and enjoy.
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    Sounds good!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farmgirl19 View Post
    Sounds good!!
    They were delicious!
    My wife asked me "how do you keep coming up with great little meals like this"?
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    Thanks, Bill. I'll try it.


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