This has to be one of my FAVORITE Paula Deen recipes ever! I’m a huge fan, and I have a ton of her cookbooks, magazines, etc. With that being said, this recipe right here is one of the best!!! I make these when my in-laws come over to eat. They are easy and great for a nice supper with family. I usually make some sort of corn casserole along the side. Slightly adapted from - The Lady and Sons, Too! Cookbook As an Amazon Associate and member of other affiliate programs, I earn from qualifying purchases. This helps us keep our blog running efficiently and allows us to create more recipes for you.
Awesome Stuffed Red Bell Peppers
Slightly adapted from - The Lady and Sons, Too! Cookbook
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YUMMY! BTW: made the Hoppin John this week YUMMO!
Oh I’m so glad you liked it! Thanks!
Paula Atkinson says
oh my stars!! I am making this asap! I loved stuffed bell peppers & this looks amazing . I’m thinking I might use a can of Rotel in place of the regular tomatoes! Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! 🙂
This is truly one of my favorite suppers to cook! Rotel would be great. I tend to shy away from it since I have little kids. Thanks for visiting! Let me know how you like them.
Thank you Jaren – sounds so good. Have a great evening.
Shirley Ann says
Love red peppers and the recipes
looks great! Would love to try but cant eat tomatoes, any substitutes for the tomatoes in both the stuffed red pepper recipes?
Hi Shirley! For the stuffed peppers with ground beef, I would just leave out the can of diced tomatoes. You can substitute with something else like artichokes. For the shrimp stuffed peppers, this sauce is made up of tomato sauce and diced tomatoes. It is one of the main ingredients so the recipe would be totally different without it. You’ve got me thinking though. So I’ll try to come up with a tomato-free recipe! Thanks for visiting!
Do you discard the ribs and seeds, or do they bake in with the beef broth?
Hi Rebecca! Yes, I cut out the seeds and the ribs the best I can. Thanks for visiting!
Do you put both cheeses in the meat mixture?
Hi Sara! Sorry for the confusion on the recipe. The shredded cheese is only for topping the peppers at the end. Thanks for visiting!