Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Cheesy Italian Stuffed Peppers in Just 30 Minutes

http://www.theslowroasteditalian.com/2013/05/30-minute-cheesy-stuffed-italian-peppers.html

Cheesy Italian Stuffed Peppers start with cheesy Italian sausage, fire roasted tomatoes and orzo pasta.  It only gets better from there.  An easy recipe that goes from prep to plate in 30 minutes makes this one a keeper!

So, how do you make Cheesy Italian Stuffed Peppers that go from prep to plate in just 30 minutes?  Check out our new article on Parade Magazine.
Do you  love TSRI?  Don't miss another recipe.  Click here to Subscribe to The Slow Roasted Italian by Email and receive new recipes in your inbox every day!

http://www.parade.com/13913/donnaelick/30-minute-cheesy-italian-stuffed-peppers/
Check out these fantastic 30 minute meals from our Simple Kitchen! Creating delicious meals in a snap!   Click on the bold recipe title and it will open each one in a new tab

http://www.parade.com/169831/donnaelick/one-skillet-chicken-pot-pie-in-just-30-minutes/
Chicken Pot Pie Skillet features chunks of chicken cooked in a scrumptious creamy sauce with corn, carrots and peas.  A secret ingredient in the drop biscuits really take this dish over the top.  One skillet and 30 minutes until dinner.


Copycat Olive Garden Chicken Parmesano Vino Bianco recipe with a creamy Parmesan white wine cream sauce so delicious it may transport you to Italy.  A daydream trip to Venice, Italy is just 30 minutes away with this amazing Olive Garden Copycat Chicken Vino Bianco served over the most amazing linguine.

25 Minute Chicken Parmesan with Linguine and Broccoli contains all your favorite things about chicken parmesan in just 25 minutes!

10 comments:

  1. Stuffed bell peppers were one of my favorite recipes that my mother would make and they are a favorite of mine to make now. This one seems like a keeper since it cuts a lot of the time out from mine.

    ReplyDelete
  2. where do you get cheesy sausage

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I get it at our market (Sprouts) or you could even use the one from Walmart made by Johnsonville (I think it is 4 cheese or something). Cut it out of the casing. Enjoy and let us know how it goes.

      Delete
  3. I always see Chicken Pot Pie, how do you fix beef pot pie? My husband does not like chicken.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I am working on a beef pot pie recipe, but perhaps try turkey in place of the chicken.

      Delete
  4. Stuffed peppers remind me of my mom, too. She made these because my dad loved them---years later I found out that she didn't even like peppers! Thank goodness, I do---and filled with cheesy Italian sausage and pasta sounds fabulous.

    ReplyDelete
  5. Made these stuffed peppers and was somewhat disappointed. They were very tasty, but lacked an ingredient to keep the meat together. I will work on this next time.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I am sorry you had difficulty with the recipe. The mozzarella cheese will hold it all together. You can add an egg next time, but the cheese does just fine. Give it another go and try it using cheese that is NOT preshredded, that will help.

      Enjoy and let us know how it goes next time.

      Delete
    2. Could be too much fat in the meat ? Really don't need to be "solid".

      Delete
  6. Is there an alternative to microwaving the peppers?

    ReplyDelete

If you really like a post, please Facebook and give it a THUMBS UP or Pin It on Pinterest!

We love to hear your comments and hear when you have used a recipe. ❤ ❤ ❤