I am making stuffed red peppers tomorrow. Don't know what to have with them. I am thinking I might make coleslaw, but I'm not good at making it creamy, other than adding more mayo or sour cream to it.
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I love stuffed peppers with:
Yes, mashed potatoes! You need a starch to balance stuffed peppers.
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Have you ever tried
Marzetti's Coleslaw Dressing?
That's what I use, it is very creamy!
We always have a baked potato and a salad- French rolls also.
What are you stuffing them with?
If they have meat and rice or some other carb then a big green salad and good bread would be great.
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salad, I stuff the peppers with hamburger & rice so salad & maybe garlic bread.
I stuff mine with meat and rice so I fix either a tossed salad or green beans and warm rolls
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I was thinking corn or creamed corn. I prefer just cut off and boiled corn. Salad or sliced tomatoes with the crusty bread mentioned. Since it has rice you don't really need another carb unless you just want one (and who doesnt?)
DH doesn't like rice, so I use cooked orzo in the stuffing. Sometimes spagetti on the side.
My filling has ground beef, rice, and corn. I'll either add a salad or my favorite side dish is a warm, chunky applesauce - similar to escalloped apples.
we like steamed broccoli and carrots and half a twice baked potato.... just a big salad...
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I sometimes do scalloped or augratin potatoes - I'll admit, the boxed kind. You mentioned that you are "not good at making creamy coleslaw". I'll post a recipe I've used many times since I found it in the "Quick Cooking" magazine. Easy, creamy, and good.
A package of shredded cabbage and carrots really cuts down on prep time to this tasty recipe.—Renee Endress, Galva, Illinois
6 ServingsPrep/Total Time: 10 min.
Nutrition Facts: 1 serving (3/4 cup) equals 283 calories, 24 g fat (5 g saturated fat), 19 mg cholesterol, 431 mg sodium, 13 g carbohydrate, 2 g fiber, 1 g protein.
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