Bell Pepper stuffed with ground beef and rice

Bell Pepper stuffed with ground beef and rice
 
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  • 5-6 mid-sized red bell peppers;
  • 1 lb ground beef (or ground beef/pork 50X50);
  • ½ cup of rice;
  • 2 onions;
  • 1 carrot;
  • 1 tbsp. salt;
  • 1 tbsp. fresh ground pepper;
  • 1 clove garlic;
  • 3 cup of parsley;
  • 2 tbsp. sour cream;
1. Wash and Boil rice until half cooked (about 15-20 min), rinse well and let it stay;

2. Prepare your stuffing:

· Finely chop onions; half set aside

· Grate the carrot

· Finely chop garlic; (or use garlic press if you have one)

· Mix half of your cut onions, carrot and garlic; add cooked cooled rice;

· Add 0.5 tbsp. of salt and 0,5 tbsp. of pepper;

3. Wash and take out the peppers' seeds. Rinse well.

4. Stuff your peppers and place into 4-8 quart saucepan;

5. Add some water( ½ cup) and put on medium heat;

6. Cook for 20 minutes;

7. Meanwhile finely chop parsley;

8. Prepare you gravy for the peppers:

· Take the frying pan add the onions and vegetable/corn oil; fry for 3-5 minutes until golden brown;

· Add 2-3 tbsp. of sour cream and 1/3 cup of water to the frying pan;

· Let it saute for 2-3 min. and add the gravy to your peppers;

9. Continue cooking your peppers for about 15-20 minutes; Add parsley 5 minutes before turning off the heat;

10. Enjoy your peppers!
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1. Wash and Boil rice until half cooked (about 15-20 min), rinse well and let it stay;

2. Prepare your stuffing:

· Finely chop onions; half set aside

· Grate the carrot

· Finely chop garlic; (or use garlic press if you have one)

· Mix half of your cut onions, carrot and garlic; add cooked cooled rice;

· Add 0.5 tbsp. of salt and 0,5 tbsp. of pepper;

3. Wash and take out the peppers' seeds. Rinse well.

4. Stuff your peppers and place into 4-8 quart saucepan;

5. Add some water( ½ cup) and put on medium heat;

6. Cook for 20 minutes;

7. Meanwhile finely chop parsley;

8. Prepare you gravy for the peppers:

· Take the frying pan add the onions and vegetable/corn oil; fry for 3-5 minutes until golden brown;

· Add 2-3 tbsp. of sour cream and 1/3 cup of water to the frying pan;

· Let it saute for 2-3 min. and add the gravy to your peppers;

9. Continue cooking your peppers for about 15-20 minutes; Add parsley 5 minutes before turning off the heat;

10. Enjoy your peppers!
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