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Daday's Kitchen: Baked Stuffed Green Bell Pepper

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One afternoon, I arrived from the office and greeted with a delicious smell of food. And when I checked the kitchen, I saw Daday, with the help of Ate Bev, cooking bell peppers. It was the first time, so I asked him his inspiration…he usually gets it from watching Lifestyle or TLC Channel. But he simply replied, “nothing, I just saw the large green bell pepper in the supermarket and thought of stuffing it”.


Daniz and I could not wait for dinnertime…we are so excited to try Daday’s new dish. And when we did…it’s so yummmmmmy. We waited for Daniz verdict and was not disappointed…”yum, yum, yum” she said, with her eyes close and her head moving from side to side.

The taste of the stuffing was simple and the bell pepper refreshing, because of its sweetness and crunchiness.
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Ingredients:

5 large Green Bell Pepper
1 small Bar of Cheese, grated
1/2 kgs Beef, ground
1/3 cup Carrots, diced
1/3 cup Green Peas
1/3 cup Canned Corn, chopped
1 can Canned Button Mushroom, chopped
1/2 cup Onion, minced
6 cloves Garlic, minced
Salt to taste
Soy Sauce to taste
Pepper
Oil

Directions:

Green Bell Peppers

  1. Cut tops from green bell peppers; discard seeds and membranes, then set aside.
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Stuffing

  1. Sauté garlic and onion.
  2. Add ground beef and cook until light brown, season with salt and pepper, stir to break the lumps.
  3. Add the broth (sabaw) of canned button mushroom, season with soy sauce.
  4. Cover and simmer until beef is half-tender.
  5. Add carrots, green peas and corn.
  6. Season with salt and pepper.
  7. Cover until sauce is reduced.

Baking (Daday used a Big Oven Toaster)

  1. Stuff the bell pepper with the mixture, leave some space for the cheese.
  2. Add cheese and cover with the bell pepper top.
  3. Bake until the bell pepper is a little bit charred.
HAPPY COOKING :)
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It could be eaten with rice or as is. According to Daday, it is also good with iced cold beer.

Please try this recipe...or share yours...and leave your comments!