- 6 bell peppers (depending on size tri-color, tops cut off and seeds and ribs removed)
- 1 pound lean ground beef (or turkey, uncooked)
- 1 cup rice (cooked, mexican, brown rice, or white rice)
- 1 cup black beans (rinsed and drained)
- 1 cup frozen corn (thawed)
- 1 cup red enchilada sauce
- 3/4 cup Mexican cheese (shredded, plus more for topping, if desired)
- 1/2 tablespoon chili powder
- 1/2 teaspoon ground cumin
- sour cream
- Mexican cheese (shredded)
- enchilada sauce
- lime wedges
|Calories360Calories from Fat120|
|% DAILY VALUE|
|Calories from Fat120|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Shelly U. 30 days ago
This is a delicious recipe. I cooked it in my instant pot for 10 minutes and natural pressure release. I used additional enchilada sauce and 1/2 cup water because pressure cookers require a minimum amount of liquid. I will definitely make this again. Next time I will try 8 minutes because the peppers were a little softer than I like. In addition to the suggested toppings, I sprinkled on a little Tajin. Yum! I ended up with 5 peppers and about 2 cups cooking liquid. Since I am cooking for 2 I plan to use the extra pepper and the cooking liquid to make soup. Easy recipe and 3 meals. Winner!
Dawn Badura Mendez 24 Dec 2018
Turned out good. I over cooked peppers but that was my fault. I would say 4 hours on low (I did high and too much). I also added chorizo to my beef mixture, used a bag of 90 second original rice and added salsa on top. Delicious everyone ate them!!
Seana 18 Nov 2018
The filling tasted pretty good, but I would double the amount of seasoning. However, the pepper was mushy and gross! I’ve made stuffed peppers in the oven many times and they have never disintegrated like that. The pepper was like mush with a plasticy skin stuck to it. I would recommend trying this recipe in the oven.
Clare D. 26 Jul 2018
I have made this several times... i add onions in the meat mixture and also green chilis - absolutely delicious
gdineee 18 Dec 2017
kids loved it! easy to make. yummy flavor!
Alex Armijo 18 Oct 2017
Awesome as heckthere are no left overs
Lori 7 Sep 2017
Whole family loved it! Easy to make.
JessicaHuck 31 Aug 2017
We really enjoyed this mix. We had some of the mix left and put it in tortilla shells the next day. We will definitely be making this again.
Liz P. 13 Aug 2017
Turned out really well and were very easy. Peppers got a bit too soft but still tasted good!
Deirdre 9 Aug 2017
They turned out great and will definately make again. I altered recipe a little by adding extra cup of rice as well as more than 1 cup of corn and beans. Filling is great in burritos too!
donna d. 29 Jul 2017
Tasted very good but hard get out of crock pot without everything falling out.
Grace 25 Jul 2017
Very messy and a little difficult to eat-I don't think I cooked the peppers long enough. Tasty, though.
Sue S. 24 Jul 2017
These peppers were a great hit with our family, I could not however find Enchilada Sauce so I googled it and made it and added some Lone Star Hot Sauce to it, was umm, tasty and delicious thanks rated 4.5 in our books ,
Lisa Hankerson 23 Jul 2017
I didnt add corn because I'm not a fan. I mixed 1/2 ground beef and 1/2 ground turkey. I also added some thinly sliced purple onions and green onions. It was a hit with the family
Marion Graettinger 21 Jul 2017
Really good baked in the oven at 350 for 45 min ... cheddar cheese on top because didn't have Mexican cheese.
Jade Ocariz 24 Apr 2017
😋 I loved it and so so did my family. Can't wait to make it again! Adding extra sides such as refried beans and chips were great. I would recommend this as a great party appetizer!
Heather Rex 9 Jan 2017
These turned out great super easy and I would definitely do it again! The kid and the husband were big fans
Jessica Ozanich 10 Dec 2016
Made these for dinner tonight. Turned out great! Kids loved them and they were easy to make. Will definitely make again!! Edit: I have made these several times over the past few months and these are always a winner. One of my favorite recipes!
Cassie F. 11 Sep 2016
Loved this one. If I don't use all the filling, I freeze and use it later for either peppers or even squash.
Dawn R. 21 Oct 2015
We all loved this one! I substituted quinoa for the rice but otherwise followed the recipie exactly. This one is a keeper for sure.
Pamela Ivaldi 20 Oct 2015
This was absolutely delicious! My kids loved it and for my picky eater, he just used the pepper as his bowl and ate the filling. Such an easy recipe, hardly any prep time at all. I modified it by picking up a package of microwave Mexican rice (2 serving packet) because we don't make rice that often. The only problem is that I could only fit 6 peppers in my crock pot and I would consider making even more bc it was so good!
Sheri G. 9 Oct 2015
This recipe was amazing! I will be making this often! I used brown rice and you couldn't even tell it was brown rice. We topped the peppers with some sour cream, little cheese and sliced avocado. The peppers melted in your mouth!..