Grilled Beef Stuffed Poblano Peppers
Grilled Beef Stuffed Poblano Peppers are prepared entirely on the grill so you can keep the kitchen cool by taking the heat outside. Mexican food is the ideal cuisine to make for summer grilling and entertaining.
There’s nothing worse than being inside when entertaining and all your guests are outside enjoying themselves. These grilled beef stuffed poblano peppers will get you out of the kitchen and mingling with your guests and you can even get them involved in the preparation and cooking.
Another plus to this recipe is, it can be transported. Yes, home grilled food to-go. If you are having a Labor Day BBQ, tailgating, picnicking, whatever your plans are for the final weeks of summer, you can make this dish then pack it up and take it with you.
It’s all about the easy when it comes to this recipe, which is exactly what you want when you’re entertaining. Ground beef, onions, garlic and corn are cooked in a skillet right on the grill. The peppers are cut in half and filled with a delicious mix of the ground beef and salsa verde.
Depending on the size of your peppers (this day, my peppers were 5 inches long and about 3 inches wide), you may need 4 whole peppers.
I made my own homemade grilled salsa verde that is so good! The last step is of course adding Monterey Jack cheese and letting it get all warm and melted on the grill. I just made my mouth water because I know how good these are and you should too.
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16 Comments on “Grilled Beef Stuffed Poblano Peppers”
a pound of ground beef plus veggies etc only fills 4 halves of peppers?
Yes, the peppers I used were quite large (5 inches long and about 3 inches wide). I’ll add a note in the recipe regarding pepper size. Thank you for the question.
When do you add the cilantro?
I’m not sure where that step went, but the cilantro is added with the salsa and more on top as a garnish. I’ve amended the recipe. Enjoy 🙂
I made these using ground turkey and they are really good.
Turkey is a delicious option, glad you enjoyed them.
Four thumbs up! My husband and I made these and they are terrific! Packed with flavor.
Thank you so much for the rave review, I’m so glad you liked the recipe. Thanks for stopping by.
i love discovering cuisine from around the world, Mexican is one of my favorite. i use Herdez Salsa Verde, too. its flavor is always great combining with beef. must try this out for tomorrow dinner. thanks for sharing, Janette.
My husband always orders the Stuffed Poblanos at our favorite local Mexican Restaurant. I have never made them. I can’t wait to surprise him with this recipe. These look great.
Salsa Verde is my very favorite and these pepper looks absolutely divine!
Amazing! I love anything Mexican! What a great idea! We grill everything, don’t know why we haven’t thought to grill stuffed peppers!
Poblano peppers – those smokey beauties, stuffed and grilled. Oh my yes.
Salsa Verde sounds great I really like your recipe and would love to create a veggie version.
What a way to bid farewell to summer! I’m with you, Mexican cuisine just says summer and this dish hits it right on the head! Hope you have a wonderful wonderful Labor Day! It certainly will be a delicious one with this!
Always lookin’ for a low carb way to do Taco Tuesday, and this is perfection! So much flavor and deliciousness in one lil pepper! LOVE!