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Delicious! Fairly easy to make. Served this with Cinnamon Roasted Sweet Potatoes and corn for vegetarian meal. Made as posted except I reduced the oven temp to 375 only so that I could do the sweet potatoes at same time-lazy me loves oven meals. :) Thanks for sharing Boomette.
Wow! These exceeded what I was expecting; the pepper jack cheese is a delightful contrast to the sweet peppers. Made using a half the basil called for as I forgot to put the other half on at the end of the cook time. This is a true keeper. Thanks for the post.
We really loved these peppers! So fresh and light and easy to make. I used garlic salad croutons for the bread pieces and it worked perfectly. Thanks for posting this recipe!
Outstanding! One of the best recipes I've made in a long time. Sooooooo good. I wish I had more peppers right now. Thank you very much.
My Husband and I liked this recipe very much. I left out the bread though. It was gooey and cheesy and delicious. Thank you for the recipe.
These were great! I just toasted my bread with a little bit of olive oil and salt and pepper! I used a cheddar jack cheese tha was great! This tasted kind of like inside out spicy bruschetta! [Made for Holiday Tag April 2010]!
Yummy!!!!! i used multi colored peppers too, it was a feast for the eye and the tastebuds
A sexy way to eat a messy food. Made for 123 Hit Wonders.
I really enjoyed this as I love bell peppers. This had such wonderful flavor and I will definitely be making again. Thanks for sharing!
This is a quick and easy recipe. Yes, I said quick because once it is in the oven you can forget about it. The basil adds a nice touch. I used colby jack since I am not fond of fontina and pepper jack is too spicy, but it worked nicely. I may play a little more with the seasonings, but this is a dish I would make again.