Wednesday, October 12, 2011

HALLOWEEN Frankenstein Stuffed Green Peppers - Video Recipe

Stuffed green pepper is called "ピーマンの肉詰め: Piiman no Nikuzume" in Japanese and it is a very popular Japanese home-cooked dish!

They are delicious though their faces are creepy. Of course you can draw cute faces ;)

Frankenstein Stuffed Green Peppers

Difficulty: Medium
Time: 20min
Number of servings: 5 Frankensteins

5 Japanese green peppers *30g (1oz.) each
60g (2.1oz.) onion
* 180g (6.5oz.) ground beef and pork mixture
* 2 tbsp. Panko (bread crumbs) *soak in a bit of milk if you have
* nutmeg
salt and cracked black pepper
olive oil
pizza cheese
Nori seaweed sheet

1. Cut the tops and the bottoms off the green peppers, and remove the seeds.
2. Finely chop the bottoms of the green peppers. Finley chop the onion.
3. Heat olive oil in a pan and sauté the chopped onion and green peppers until tender. Season with salt and cracked black pepper.
4. Put A and (3.) in a bowl and mix well by hand until all ingredients are combined and smooth.
5. Spoon the mixture into the green peppers being sure to fill completely (in this way they stand upright when cooked and become tender) and cover with the green pepper tops.
6. Put them in a deep pot, add a bit of water, cover, and cook on medium-low for 10 minutes.
7. Place some pizza cheese on top and cover and cook for another few minutes to melt the cheese.
8. When they are done, cool until you can touch and draw the faces with Nori seaweed sheet and mayonnaise. Finish with some bloody ketchup!

*You can bake them at 200C (390F) for about 15 minutes but the cooking time may differ depending on the oven you use.


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  1. Omg this is so cool!! =D you are so creativeee! long time no speak! how are you? =D xx

  2. OMG!!!! Ochi you are sooo creative! I think if I was a little kid and I open my lunch box I would scream....hahaha but in a good way! I think this is also a smart way to get kids to eat peppers since it seems like lots of children don't like peppers, I didn't when I was little too but now I really like then =D so strange right? Do you have any foods like that?

    Can't wait to see what the next Halloween recipe is! Oh as for the waffle cone, I think Kym went to the same place as me to eat it that's why you saw it on her blog hahaha it is the same tea house =D

    Is it getting chilly in Tokyo yet? Im trying to dress warm now and not catch a cold! =D I hope you're doing well too!

  3. Hi Ochi,

    Happy Halloween. Your stuffed green pepper is great and amazing ^^

  4. haha looks kinda scary! i don't like peppers though.


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