Smoked Sweet and Sour Pork & Rice Stuffed Peppers

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DRKsmoking

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Smoked Sweet and Sour Pork & Rice Stuffed Peppers


This is supper tonight, picked up some fresh pork and sliced small. Cooked outside in the CI with a little vinegar and Soya Sauce
Removed and added the onions half cooked than the green peppers . While they were cooking I made my Sweet and Sour sauce
which also has 1 can of pineapple with the juice added. Into the pot went the pork and the sautéed veg, Let this cool some
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now also added 1 1/2 cup of shredded cheese cheddar and Mozza. Mixed well
Cut 3 peppers down through the top. Cleaned them out. Filled with the mixture in each one.
I used tinfoil rolled into holders to keep them level so nothing tipped out.
Now incase anyone wonders. I do not blanch or pre cook my peppers as I want them to stand the cooking of the fillers .
And I like a slight little crunch to my peppers when stuffed

Into the smoker at 300-310 deg. with Cherry chips

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After 35 minutes I added Mozza to the tops of the peppers and into the house oven under the broiler for 10 minutes

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when I made the S + S I saved some of the sauce, 3/4 cup so I could pour over the top of the finished peppers
So I plated mine up with two halves and a fresh kale salad and I toasted 2 slices of my Jalapeno Cheddar quick Bread
poured a little S + S on top and Had at it . Fantastic... nice and hot cheesy sweet and sour pork and rice

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Here is a cut shot of the innerds

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The pineapple and the cheese with everything else , what can I say , I am happy and full

Thanks for making it through to the end

David
 

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tx smoker

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Merciful heavens David. This looks amazing!! Why is it not on the carousel?? A true blast from the past. My dad was a member of the local home builders organization when I was a kid. Once a month they had a dinner and meeting. On those nights mom would take me to a Polynesian restaurant and this was my favorite meal!! They didn't stuff the peppers but cut them up and added to the meal but same concept. Man I loved that stuff!!

Robert
 

DRKsmoking

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Merciful heavens David. This looks amazing!! Why is it not on the carousel?? A true blast from the past. My dad was a member of the local home builders organization when I was a kid. Once a month they had a dinner and meeting. On those nights mom would take me to a Polynesian restaurant and this was my favorite meal!! They didn't stuff the peppers but cut them up and added to the meal but same concept. Man I loved that stuff!!

Robert

Thanks Robert for the like and the comment

Nice to get some triggers that take you right back to a good time, glad I could help.
Very nice of you to say on the over all look of the meal. And it was fantastic, great flavors .
I love a good blend of most sweet and sour foods. Some times in batter and sometimes not..but always good

David
 

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