Get your Chilli Anaheim seeds with the paper today.
Get your Chilli Anaheim seeds with the paper today.

Dinner sorted: Stuffed Anaheim Chillies

TO GET you excited about today's free seeds, Chilli Anaheim, we've pulled together this amazing recipe.   

Keep in mind that while Anaheim Chillies are some of the mildest around, they can still vary in heat level.  

Stuffed Anaheim Chillies

INGREDIENTS  

4 Anaheim chilli peppers  

1 cup cooked rice  

1 cup corn kernels  

1/3 cup sour cream  

1/2 cup crumbled feta  

Salt and pepper  

Olive oil  

1/4 cup grated tasty cheese  

 

METHOD  

Cook peppers under a grill, turning a few times with tongs until every side is blistered and starting to brown.   

Remove and place a clean dishtowel over the peppers to steam them.   

When the peppers are cool enough to handle, pull off and discard the skins.  

Halve the peppers and scrape out the seeds.  

Preheat oven to 180° and spray olive oil over the base of a baking dish.  

Combine the rice, corn, sour cream and feta in a bowl and mix well.   

Season with salt and pepper to taste. Spoon the rice mixture evenly into the cavities of the peppers then lay peppers close together to keep them from flopping.   

Sprinkle evenly with tasty cheese. Bake peppers for 30 minutes until lightly browned.        

 

FUN FACT: Anaheim chilies are named after the Southern California city where they were first grown commercially by a businessman named Emilio Ortega, who founded the company that still sells canned chillis under his name.   

EVEN MORE FUN FACT: Want to win a weekend in Melbourne to attend the International Flower Show? Here's your chance. We're giving away this incredible prize including your very own tour guide Carolyn Dwyer, return flights, accommodation, entry into other fantastic gardens across the city and so much more. Get your entry in now. Competition closes October 7.   



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