Stuffed orange peppers

This is an easy thing to make, it looks amazing, the ” but” being that it takes time to make. Mostly time to cook though, not a lot of work, so a pretty good menu choice.

Most people will eat two peppers so here is what to do for four, or eight peppers. Chop one large onion and sauté until translucid in a large pot. Add two cloves garlic, 5 sausages  skinned and chopped, eight diced tomatoes, 2 chopped bunches of swiss chard, thyme, one bayleaf, hot sauce to taste, and after  5 minutes, one cup broth or water. Cook until there is no more liquid  left and add two tbsp tomato paste. Stir well.

Remove the top and the seeds from the peppers. Fill them with the stuffing, put the tops back on and finish cooking in the oven for 50 minutes at 325. Serve on a bed of rice or with roasted potatoes, probably the potatoes being the best idea since the oven will be on for 50 minutes.

Choose the kind of sausage that you like best!


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5 Responses to Stuffed orange peppers

  1. Pingback: Orange Recipes for Halloween Dinner | The Cooking Frog's Blog

  2. Suzanne Ryall Shaw says:

    so happy to find your very very local blog with all those fantastic looking recipes – I cd almost eat the paper the enticing pictures are printed on – I’ll follow this site closely – thank you

  3. Tes says:

    Those looks really beautiful. They sounds yummy and healthy. They looks just like small magic pumpkins…

  4. Linda F. says:

    They are such cute little things with their “caps” on!

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