Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Family Favorite-Stuffed Peppers

Spicy or mild, creamy or crunchy... these are delicious!


The Good: These are incredible easy, great as an appetizer, carry-in dish or holiday hors d'oeuvre.
The Bad: If you decide to reheat these expect them to get gradually hotter.
The Ugly: Unfortunately the peppers do not come with a spicy thermometer so it can be guess work to know if they will be spicy or not.

Suggestions before starting:
If you are someone who does not like spicy foods, feel free to use another type of pepper or taste test your peppers before using the bunch.
The first time I had this recipe it was not spicy at all but the second time it had a bit of a kick.
Adjust the cream cheese and sausage to your taste.  I love cream cheese so I added more than Dave (Wicked Chef 2) would.
All of the quantities are approximations.

Stuffed Peppers courtesy of my Uncle Dave and Aunt Cheryl

Recipe Total Time: 20-30 minutes
Recipe Yields 5-10 Servings
Preheat oven to 350

Ingredients
1 lb jalapenos
1 lb Chorizo or Italian sausage
1-1.5 pkg cream cheese

Directions
  1. Wash peppers and slice in 1/2 the long ways.
  2. Remove all the seeds and insides of the peppers and set aside.
  3. In a medium pan brown your sausage.
  4. Once your sausage is fully cooked add the desired amount of cream cheese.
  5. Spoon filling into the peppers and place on a cookie sheet or pan lightly greased.
  6. Bake for 10-20 minutes or until the cheese is melted at 350.



23 comments:

Amanda-The Nutritionist Reviews said...

Those look awesome!

I just found your blog through one of the Wednesday blog hops. Have a great week!!

Amanda @ www.nutritionistreviews.com

Crystal said...

Hi! Congratulations you have been chosen as the guest host on the Terrific Thursday blog hop! Please visit http://kennedymomandwife.blogspot.com to get the hop post information!

Have a great day!
Crystal

Veronika said...

Those look delicious!
Too bad I am the only one in my family who likes peppers though! I'll have to save the recipe anyway :)

John said...

New follower, hope you follow back,. thanks!

Ms. Burrito said...

Hi, I am your newest follower. Would love it if you can follow my little blog too. Thank you!

chubskulit said...

One of my favorite food to prepare.

Hi, I am following from the bloghop. You may follow me back at Obstacles & Glories, thanks a lot!

kewkew said...

Congrats on being the guest host over at the Terrific Thursday hop. This looks like a recipe my son will enjoy. Thanks for sharing.

Michelle said...

Thanks so much for sharing with us! I'm following from Welcome Wednesday. Come visit me back!

Michelle @ Things Sent My Way

Katrina @ They All Call Me Mom said...

Okay, I am not even kidding you when I say that I have been thinking about making stuffed peppers for my family! I had some once, and I loved them. I keep reminding myself to go online to look for a recipe (but I always end up forgetting!) and now here I find myself at your blog today, thanks to the Terrific Thursday Blog Hop! I am going to save your blog post in my "recipes" folder. Thank you!

I'm your newest fan - I mean, follower :) Well, both!

Katrina
www.theyallcallmemom.com

Victoria's Voice said...

This is a nice different way for stuffed peppers. I love hot peppers and add sausage and cream cheese - Yum Yum. Making these this weekend! I am following you through the Terrific Thursday hop.

Vickie
http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com

Jewels For Hope said...

omg these look sooo good! YUM! I may have to try and make these :)

Anonymous said...

OK linds what the heck is this Thursday Blog HOp thingy everyone is congrating you on
Aunt Cheryl
AKA
AC ;o)

Wicked Chef # 1 - Linds said...

AC, I'm featured on http://kennedymomandwife.blogspot.com Its a hop to get new followers and advertise blog

Leontien said...

I never had stuffed peppers here in the states. I ate some in Italy, but they were cold and not spicy at all. It looks good though!

time for something new???
Thanks
Leontien

shopannies said...

these sound awesome so glad I stopped in to see you and signed up to follow you can find me at http://shopannies.blogspot.com

Morela said...

Hi, I'm a new follower. Wow! That looks yummy. Can't wait to read more of your blog.

Morela

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Flor de Maria Olivo said...

mmm they look yummy!

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The Crypto-Capers Series said...

I am following you through the hop. Please return the follow at http://thecryptocapersseries.blogspot.com
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Thanks
Renee

Victoria's Voice said...

As promised I made these this weekend. They were a huge hit. Afraid our tummies will make us pay later but who cares they are scrumptious. I used sweet italian sausage to help balance the heat. Thank you for sharing this recipe!

If you don't mind I would like to post it on my blog this week. Just let me know.

Thanks again!

Vickie
http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com

Victoria's Voice said...

The post is up for the Stuffed Peppers. Thank you again for this recipe. The are excellent even reheated!

You can find the post at: http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com/2011/04/i-came-across-great-blog-through-hoping.html

Vickie
http://victoriasvoice44.blogspot.com

K said...

Ok, new life mission-invent a spice thermometer and sit back and live off the royalties.
Love the site. We totally need to talk at the first of May!

New follower from the Blog Hop! Would love a follow back!
~K
bigklittlea.blogspot.com

K said...

Linds-
Well heck, after I go back to school to get a double degree in engineering/culinary arts, and make the SpiceThermo (tm) I planned on you guys beta testing for me!

And the first of May is the start of a new one of these -
http://bigklittlea.blogspot.com/2011/04/recipe-linky.html

K said...

Why, we get a lawyer and sue, of course. It's the American way!