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When I am looking for recipes that give me a nostalgic feeling I often turn to stuffed green peppers. As a kid, both my mother and grandmother would make these little gems of goodness. You would think that stuffed peppers would take a long time to make but they honestly don’t. They certainly taste like you’ve been slaving away in the kitchen. I adore the recipe that I came across on the next page as it is very easy to follow and the ingredients are quite simple. You’ll be serving up some stuffed pepper smiles in no time flat! So, what are you waiting for?
I like to make a dessert to go along with these stuffed peppers and apple pie sounds like it would hit the spot.
What sweet treat will serve after dinner tonight?
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Quick Tip: Side salads with Italian dressing go great with these peppers…just sayin’ 🙂