Venison Stuffed Peppers

So I decided to get a little creative today with my dinner and created a new recipe. My recipes always tend to be pretty simple because A) I’m lazy, B) I’m not that creative, and C) I’m lazy. I’ve only invented one other recipe which I’ll post up next time I make it (venison curry/chili). Since this turned out well I wanted to write it somewhere so I can make it again and I figured I’d share it for any other single guys that are lazy but want to make something that tastes AND looks good.

The only difficult to find ingredient that I used is a Korean BBQ sauce. The name is in Korean and I don’t speak Korean. I put the picture on the right so you can print it out and hunt for it at your local Asian super market.

Ingredient List:

* 1 lb ground venison (I’m sure beef works too)
* 1 onion, chopped
* 3 Bell Peppers. I prefer yellow and orange peppers but green would work if you like them.
* Korean BBQ Sauce
* 6 slices of American cheese.
* Some sesame oil

Put some sesame oil into the pan on high. Then throw the meat and onions into the pan along with the BBQ sauce. You just need enough to get the sauce on all the meat. Don’t drown them. Stir occasionally until the meat is browned. With venison you want to get rid of any pink at all. While this is cooking, cut the peppers in halves and clean out the seeds and scrape out any white areas on the inside (throw those away). Once the meat is done, let it cool a little (so you don’t burn yourself stuffing) and set your oven to warm to 400 degrees. Line a pan with some tinfoil. Put the pepper halves on the foil and stuff them full of the cooked meat and onions. Try to avoid getting any of the oil/grease. The venison is juicy enough without it. You just want the meat/onions. Once the peppers are stuffed, cover each with a slice of cheese and throw it in the oven. Change the oven from bake to broil, and let it broil for 8 mins, which should be just enough to melt the cheese, and just barely start browning the peppers/cheese. If you see browning, take it out, it’s done. Let it cool a little, and eat 🙂

Makes 6 peppers halves. I ate all 4 that I made but a normal person would only eat one if you cooked some sides. I tend to only cook a main dish and nothing else 😛 The picture is a bad angle so you can’t see the different color peppers on the plate. Look at the ones in the background on the stove top.

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