All the deliciousness of stuffed peppers, but in a warm and cozy soup. This homemade Stuffed Peppers Soup is just that. It’s the ideal choice for any weeknight or weekend, especially on those chilly evenings.
Hearty, One-Pot Wonder: Homemade Stuffed Peppers Soup
This soup is a one-pot wonder, which means less time spent on cleanup and more time relishing a delicious meal with your favorite people.
We call it “unstuffed pepper soup” for a reason—it’s all the deliciousness without the fuss. Let your taste buds join the fun and make dinner gatherings a breeze with this simple and satisfying twist on a classic!
To Make These Stuffed Peppers Soup, You Will Need:
(Full measurements listed below)
Ground beef: you can use lean ground beef like 90/10 but it tends to be chewier due to the lack of fat. I prefer to use 85/15 or even 80/20 ground beef for juicier and tastier beef. (You can substitute ground turkey for a leaner version of this recipe.)
Bell peppers: feel free to use whichever color you prefer. Using a mix of different ones can add a fun variety of colors to this bell pepper soup.
Tomato: use a can of fire-roasted or garlic-diced tomatoes to save time and add an extra depth of flavor.
Beef broth: although beef broth is preferred for deeper flavor, you can substitute vegetable broth if needed.
Rice: I prefer to use jasmine rice, but any long-grain rice, basmati, or brown rice will work just as well. Just keep an eye on the soup as some will take longer to cook than others.
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