Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers

Ground Beef Stuffed Peppers

I LOVE LOVE LOVE my Ground Beef (Keema) recipe. I had created this fusion Indian meal for my kiddo when he was little because he didn't like his Indian food too spicy 🥵! Boy, how times have changed ! My not so little one NOW can gobble up more than 1 pound of meat in one meal and loves them SPICY! However, this dish is still one of our favorites due to its versatility! 
It was one of those tired 😴 Friday night meals, where the thought of cooking was just too crazy 🤪 to comprehend! SO.. while rummaging through our fridge,  I saw peppers, rice and Keema and thought.. why not? The dish was a hit with minimal effort! I hope you enjoy it this yummy fusion Indian hack too!

Ground Beef (Keema) Stuffed Peppers




Olive Oil: Spray

Multicolored peppers: ~4

Cooked White Rice: ~1/2 - 1 cup (optional for a keto-friendly diet)

Green onions: 1-2 stalks chop into small pieces

Ground beef: 2 lbs ground beef made with Anar Gourmet Foods Seasoning kit per recipe


  • Make Keema using Anar Gourmet seasoning kit OR use prepared leftover food.
  • Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees.
  • Cut Multicolored peppers, halved lengthwise and deseeded with stem intact.
  • Place peppers cut side down on large plate and microwave until tender, about 8 mins.
  • CAREFULLY remove hot plate with peppers from microwave, allow to cool !
  • Mix cooked ground beef (Keema) and cooked rice in a bowl (according to desired proportions).
  • Spray baking sheet with olive oil, place peppers cut side up.
  • Fill with peppers with Keema and rice mix.
  • Bake for 15-20 mins till Keema and rice (optional for keto friendly diet) are heated through to 165 degrees and peppers slightly soften to desired texture.
  • Top off with green onions for a tasty satisfying meal.
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    Chef's Note: I think you could also sprinkle cheese on the Keema while baking. However, since I haven't prepared the dish with cheese, I will leave it up to your creativity and judgement, if you'd like to do that. :-)

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