Stuffed Pepper Soup
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 45 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
I made this with beef broth instead of the water and bouillon granules and it was a big hit during our soup suppers at our church during lent
I do a lot of cooking and have been making this since I first saw it in TOH years ago. It is my absolute favorite soup in my large repertoire. People that tell my they hate bell peppers ask me for this soup when we get together. I use green, red, and yellow peppers—whatever I have on hand. I do add a little garlic and Worcestershire, but it’s fine without it. Very hearty, healthy, and comforting.
This recipe is great but to make it better I used half beef half bulk sausage; I also added one onion medium size for a single recipe, or a large for a double recipe. I used all beef broth instead of water and bouillon. And, if you are a garlic fanatic like me, then add a couple of tablespoons of garlic, you can start out with less and add more if you would like. Last but not least if you feel that you still don’t have enough flavor use about a tablespoon or so of onion soup mix, that definitely secured the flavor for me, Ok that’s all...just my little tweaks. Oh, and you must serve this soup with homemade bread topped with Land O’ Lakes Olive Oil and Sea Salt butter spread. DELISH!
Use leftover meatloaf, it's really tasty! The recipe needs salt, about 1/2 tsp.
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This recipe gave me a starting point - I had a bunch of peppers of many kinds, chopped em up. Used ground turkey I had on hand plus a can of Ro-Tel and another of diced tomatoes, threw in some Clamato juice. Pretty tasty but I didn't think it went very well with rice, which I kept on the side so I can freeze the soup leftovers. WHen I that it out out I may add chili powder and beans, as it's a good base recipe for chili.... Overall pretty tasty....
Great recipe. Love changing the peppers when local produce is in season. Very tasty and the smell is great. Thanks
This soup is so good!
next time I would use a little more spices. I only had half the tomato sauce,so added 15oz. of tomato with green chilles . I also added tbs of worcestershire , minced onions and garlic. I would also add celery
Tasty "mistake" we loved. I made 1/2 batch for the 2 of us and accidently used diced tomatoes and green chilies 14.5 oz can in my pantry right next to diced tomatoes on shelf. It gave it just a little more "kick". I didn't add salt and I stir fried about 1/2 cup of chopped onions with the ground beef. It was delicious and my husband really liked it.