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Stuffed peppers, actually stuffed bell peppers are one of those things from my childhood that catapulted me into food. Because I just knew there had to be something better. As a adult the thought and sight of stuffed bell peppers just makes me sad for whomever they are intended for. Although I’ve seen some pretty creative renditions. I just can’t do it. I think the mental scar of bell peppers stuffed with crunchy rice, unseasoned beef then topped with tomato paste just….is etched into my brain. I think that may play in a role for my dislike for bell peppers. That’s why this recipe is inspired by those bell peppers way back when.
I was actually thinking of stuffed peppers the other day. Just with a different pepper. I’ve actually been thinking about this recipe for a while. I’ve had to warm up to it. I try often to recreate or give multiple chances to dish that I know its me and not them. There are some dishes you just know if the circumstance and recipe were right you may be able to get on board with and then others that your body physically rejects. I have to say this is an amazing dish to get acquainted with peppers. I loved it, I hope you do too. If you try it out let me know what you think!
Some quick tips:
When packing your poblanos use a small spoon to really fill in the odd spaces that can sometimes be in the peppers since you’ll never know how it’ll look on the inside.
When baking the peppers, baking time may vary. I live in a household where we all like our peppers a certain way i prefer a warmed and mild soften but practically raw pepper and that’s at about 15 minutes. Most prefer a cooked through but crunchy pepper and you’ll achieve that at 30 minutes but if you prefer a super soft one, i personally wouldn’t even take it there because the pepper is the real texture you have.
8 responses to “Crawfish and Sausage Stuffed Poblano Peppers”
It was! I thought it turned out fantastic.
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This recipe looks like it’s full of flavor!
Shall do. 🙂
Thank you so much! Hope you enjoy.
Thank you! I really enjoyed them. Let me know what you think!
Saved the recipe! They look amazing and I am definitely going to make them!
Anna // http://www.stralthy.com
YUM! Those look awesome. I just might have to try those real soon.