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- 1lb shaved steak
- 1 pepper (we like to use red, orange or yellow) sliced
- ½ medium red onion, sliced
- garlic (to taste)
- Worcester Sauce (to taste)
- Pepper (to taste)
- 2 TBSP Brummel and Brown soft spread
- 5 large green peppers, halved and seeded OR topped and seeded
- 5 slices provolone cheese
- In skillet, saute onion and the sliced pepper (I actually dice mine) until soft.
- Remove onion and pepper from skillet, set aside.
- Brown shaved steak in skillet
- Add onion/ peppers back in, season with garlic, salt, pepper and Worcester sauce
- Lay one slice of cheese in bottom of pepper
- Fill pepper with steak and veggies
- Bake in shallow baking dish for 15 minutes at 350
- *If you LOVE cheese, you may want to add a second piece of cheese about 5 minutes before you remove the peppers from the oven.
My family LOVES stuffed peppers and steak and cheese grinders, so I decided to marry the two recipes and see how they’d like best of both recipes combined. Sautéing the veggies before stuffing the peppers really just adds so much flavor to the whole meal! I’m thinking these might be great for picnic dinners- messy the traditional way, but if you top the peppers and use them almost like a bowl with the steak and cheese, it’s really easy to see using these almost as an edible bowl.
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