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Anaheim peppers are filled with rice, beans and cheese in this Mexican recipe.
Dietary Fiber: 3g
I used 1 can of cannellini beans, 1 small can Mexican corn drained, 2 can of rotel, juice and all, 1.5 cups of cooked rice and 4 oz. of parmesan cheese. Worked out for about 8 to 10 peppers. The stuffing is OUTSTANDING! This is a keeper!
I was trashy and made this with a box spanish rice mix and a can of ro-tel instead of the rice and salsa recommended in the recipe. It was great. All twelve of them fed three adult men as a vegetarian main course, and I continued the theme of trashiness and served them with nachos. Good stuff.
It was a good recipe but we changed the pinto beans to ranch style beans. And we used brown rice instead of white rice. It was a tad bland even with the ranch style beans so we are thinking of ways to spice it up. Also, we didn't have cilantro on hand so we didn't add that to the recipe. We used both Anaheim and poblano peppers. Both worked well bu the poblano have a little more flavor.
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