This is one of my favorite, vintage recipes. I owe it all to one of my dearest friends, Suzanne. When I was a teen I used to babysit on a regular basis for several families I knew. Suzanne's was one of them. I got to watch her two boys. Suzanne is a great mom and a great teacher. She almost always had dinner in the fridge and I would just fix it up for the kids while she was at work or night school. The foods she had were always wonderful and the introduced me to new flavors that have become some of my favorites. This recipe was one of them. I had never cared much for cooked peppers (what kid does) but I would try anything once and I wasn't going to set a bad example for her kids so I tried it, loved it, and have craved it ever since.
So here is the lovely recipe she shared with me.
1 lb. ground beef 1 egg 3/4 cup of crushed crackers 1/2 can tomato sauce garlic to taste onion fresh or dried to taste salt & pepper red pepper if you like bite
Mix together by hand, don't over work. Stuff bell peppers, add Ketchup on top, and bake for about 1 hr. 350. enjoy! I added little strips of bacon to the top because there was some in the fridge.
It was as good as I remembered and my kids gobbled it up. THANK YOU Suzanne for sharing the recipe. Sometimes you need comfort food and this is it for me.