Ground Turkey Stuffed Peppers

NOTE: We are cooking these as I type...will let you know whether they are tasty!

Ground Turkey Stuffed Peppers

1 1/2 pounds ground turkey

2 eggs (beaten)

1/2 cup red onion (chopped)

4 cloves of garlic (crushed)

2 T parsley

2 T Worchestershire Sauce

1t salt

1/2t ground sage

1/8t ground pepper

6 colorful bell peppers

In a bowl, beat 2 eggs, as you add each additional ingredient, stir well.

Add ground turkey last and mix well.

Cut the tops off 6 colorful bell peppers and set aside.

Stuff ground turkey mixture evenly into peppers (the mixture will be runnier then normal meat loaf because of the lack of bread/cracker crumbs)

Place pepper tops on top of each pepper.

Place peppers standing up in baking dish of choice.

Optional: add 1/4 inch of HOT water to bottom of baking dish.

Bake at 350 until meat is cooked (we're guessing about an hour...)



Mari said...

Sounds good - I'll be trying these!

Kath said...

They were good! The meat mix ended up being much softer than I expected (no crumbs for binder...) so I was a little afraid. The caps of the peppers got brown before the meat was done, so I took them off and set them aside (about 45 minutes in). Then the meat looked pale so after the hour of baking was done I turned on the broiler and browned the top. I got one comment that the sage was a little strong, so I will probably experiment with different herbs down the road, but we will definitely be making these again!

Pammy said...

Did Toby end up eating three?? I know he was on his second one when I went to bed!!

Kath said...

I think there was one left over when I went to bed....but will probably disappear at lunch time!