Stuffed Pepper Soup

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  1. scamperman

    scamperman Member

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    Stuffed Pepper Soup

    2 lb. ground beef

    1 (28oz) can tomato sause

    1 (28oz) can diced tomatos (undrained)

    2 C. green pepper, cut in 1 - inch squares

    1 C. chopped onion

    2 beef bouillon cubes

    1/4 C. brown sugar

    2 tsp. salt

    1 tsp. black pepper

    2 C. cooked white rice

    Brown ground beef and drain. add remaining ingredients except rice to soup pot.
    Bring mixture to boil; reduce heat and simmer 30 to 40 mins or until peppers and onions are tender.
    Add rice.
    heat thoroughly for about 15 mins and serve
     
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  2. Orchid

    Orchid Sharp Shootin' Grandma

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    Sounds great, except for the brown sugar. I think I can leave that out. But going to try it, thanks!
     
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    ohiowrangler New Member

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    I love this soup, but I add extra rice, so it's thicker, Thanks, Ron
     
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    What is the purpose of the brown sugar?
     
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    vagov Well-Known Member

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    there are 2 types of brown sugar commonly used for cooking, light and dark, light is used more in baking, such as cookies, and sauces, while dark is more commonly used in richer foods such as gingerbread and such, thou some prefer the difference in certain cooking. both sugars contain molasses, dark having more, that adds moisture to the tomatoes are naturally acidic , (this dosent change the acidic level thou,) and the sugar also helps enhance the flavors of other spices in the soup mixture
     
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    Got it, thanks!
     
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    Just made this and it is real good. Used 2C of beef stock instead of the bullion. Probably won't be enough for me to take to work tomorrow.
     

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