Deconstructed Venison Stuffed Peppers for Dinner Tonight

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Brought to you by a panicked cook who pulled frozen peppers out of the freezer to thaw and realized once thawed, that they could not be used for stuffed peppers as planned (FYI: you can totally freeze peppers but plan to use them for soups or other mushier things) – this recipe came out of desperation and ended up being so easy and delicious it’s worth a share!


  • 3-5 peppers (your choice, I used a mix of yellow, green, and poblano)
  • 1 lb. ground venison
  • 1 jar of pasta sauce
  • ½ bag of shredded sharp cheddar cheese (or more, if you like cheese)
  • 1 tsp. garlic, minced
  • Seasoning to taste (salt, pepper, garlic, onion)


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees prior to starting, as this recipe comes together quickly. Set aside a greased 8×4 or 9×5 loaf pan.
  2. Chop peppers into strips and saute over medium heat in a skillet. Add garlic and seasonings and toss to slightly brown the edges of the peppers – remove from heat.
  3. In a separate pan, cook ground venison – season with salt and pepper.
  4. Once the venison is fully cooked through, add pasta sauce and stir – remove from heat.
  5. Like you’re building a lasagna dish, pour half of the meat mix into the pre-greased loaf pan. Layer half of the peppers, then cover with cheese.
  6. Repeat meat, peppers, cheese (I added a little extra cheese to the top).
  7. Bake uncovered for 20-30 minutes. Remove from oven and let sit for 5 minutes then serve.

Feel free to substitute venison for other ground meats (moose, elk, boar, etc.). Add more peppers if you’re a pepper lover, or enjoy as a chili by adding additional sauce to your meat mixture. We grabbed a bag of Scoops chips for our dish for another idea to try. Enjoy!

{More Recipes: Venison Lumpia}

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