Stuffed Pepper With Mozzarella

Vor lauter Arbeit konnte ich mich nur noch kaum retten. Ich überlege mir sogar ernsthaft ob ich dieser Food Blog doch nicht aufgeben würde. Ang ibig kong sabihin niyan ay: dahil sa dami ng trabaho hindi ko na malaman kong saan ako magsimula o ano ang unahin kong gawin. Pinag-iisipan ko nga na baka itigil ko itong food blog ko. But anyways, I can still manage to accomplish things so far. With delays of course, but I think what matters is that it is being done. I have so many recipes lined-up, recipes I cooked previously…so please do not ever wonder if I’m going to post them at one time. Don’t worry, I’m not posting it altogether in one entry. First to go is Stuffed Pepper.

Stuffed Pepper is an easy and quick recipe to prepare, just like all other recipes I posted earlier. So now let’s us not waste our time with blah blahs, let’s get started.

Ingredients:

4 – 6 green bell peppers

16 oz ( 450g ) of ground lean beef

1  large onion ( peeled and finely chopped )

1 large egg, beaten

2 cloves of garlic, finely chopped

pinch of dried thyme

1 tsp finely chopped parsley

2 balls of Mozarella (sliced thinly)

2 tablespoonful of beef broth

4 to 6 tablespoonful breadcrumbs

salt and freshly ground pepper to taste

How to:

Cut tops off peppers and remove seeds and white membrane. Wash peppers to prepare for filling. Mix ground beef, egg, salt and pepper, thyme, onion, garlic, parsley, beef broth and breadcrumbs together and mix well.  Heat oven to 325 degrees or 170 °C. Stuff the meat mixture into the peppers, and place it into a deep baking dish, you may add ¼ cup of water a piece of butter and pinch of salt (this prevent pepper to dry) and bake for 20 minutes. 

When baking time is over, open oven and place one or two slices of mozzarella on top of stuffed pepper and bake it for another 10 to 15 minutes or until mozzarella melt.

Serve hot with rice or pasta with cream or brown sauce.

You can change many of the ingredients in this recipe and still have a great meal. There was no mozzarella when I first learned it. Adding it gives this recipe more taste.
  

Beng

Beng Hafner is my name. Well, most of you know that already. I am a mother of 3 and a granny of 3 cute kids. I am proud to be who I am and I am proud of the way I am. I am alive because I have a lot to live for. I have many dreams that I wish to reach for and I have many journeys to make. My life is like a soap opera, and you are the audience.

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4 Responses

  1. sha says:

    easy easy… sarap ng mozarella
    kumain ba si gillian nito
    or ng brost brost na naman si pogi?

  2. iska says:

    Hey, please do go on with the food blogging. Kaka discover ko pa lng nito tru blog hopping…

  3. Beng says:

    Hi Iska,

    Thanks a lot for visiting :). I have just checked your site at mas lalo akong na insecured. Ang gagaling niyo. Thanks for encouraging me to go on food blogging din pala. I might continue pero sigurong mas madalang nalang ang post ko. We will see, but i will try my very of course.

    Greetings

  4. mae says:

    This is making me drool! Yummmm

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