Stuffed Peppers Soup

This is a comforting Stuffed Peppers Soup that’s made with ground beef, fresh vegetables and rice. This homemade soup holds all the wonderful flavors you will find in stuffed peppers and is so easy to make.

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I love stuffed peppers and I’ve experimented with different stuffing several times. I still find the original ground beef and rice combination the best. Making a soup with those flavors was amazing. I really needed to make a soup that used something other than chicken as meat.

As I mentioned in several posts before, I like to use as many fresh ingredients as much as possible and I like to make my own stock. Great thing about ground meats (particularly red meats like pork and beef)  is that it gives out a lot of juice. When I make chili, I barely have to add any stock, just a little bit. Since we are making a soup, we will add some stock but a lot of flavor with come from ground beef juices.

I also like to use different colors of bell peppers. First of all, it adds a touch of color the to soup. Second of all, each bell pepper type has a different flavor. Using 2-3 different colors of bell peppers will add extra flavor complexity to the soup.

**If you are thinking about what to do with the leftover peppers, I like to make a quick and delicious salad. I just dice the remaining peppers and dice a tomato. Mix the peppers, tomato, some feta cheese and a little bit of olive oil and balsamic vinegar. Salt and pepper to taste and you got yourself a delicious and healthy quick salad. **

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Stuffed Peppers Soup
  • 1 lb ground beef
  • ½ medium yellow onion, diced
  • 3 tbs olive oil
  • 1 large tomato, peeled and diced
  • ½ red bell pepper, diced
  • ½ yellow bell pepper, diced
  • ½ green bell pepper, diced
  • 3 cups of beef broth
  • 2 tbs tomato paste
  • ¾ cup of dry Jasmine rice (that's my favorite but you can use whichever you like)
  • 1 tsp dry basil
  • ½ tsp dry oregano
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. In a large pot, over medium heat, heat up the oil and add diced onion, tomato and peppers. Saute for a few minutes, until fragrant and onion starts to be transparent.
  2. Add the ground beef and mix well. Cover and cook, stirring occasionally, until the beef is mostly cooked.
  3. Add the beef broth and tomato paste. Stir well until all the tomato paste is incorporated.
  4. Add basil, oregano, salt and pepper. Taste to make sure you have enough salt.
  5. Cook for about 15 minutes, covered.
  6. Add rice and lower the heat to low. Cover and wait until the rice is done.
  7. Serve once the rice is cooked.
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  1. Michelle says

    I made your chicken parm roll ups this weekend. So easy and good. Your recipes look so interesting. I am not an experienced cook thank tou

  2. says

    Stuffed Peppers are my of my favorite comfort foods in the winter. Love that you turned that deliciousness into soup, also comforting. Just pass me a book, blanket, and this bowl of soup and I’d be good to go for the night! Pinning Lyuba! :)

        • lyuba says

          Do you mean from the ground beef? I usually buy 80% lean so there is not much grease. It is juices that goes into the broth and give the soup a lot of its flavor. This is not a greasy soup by any means! Don’t worry, Debbie!

  3. says

    You always have the best recipes! This looks another amazing soup to add to that list :)
    Thanks for sharing. I can hardly wait to try it.
    Make it a great weekend.

  4. says

    We love stuffed peppers here at our house, so I know this soup will be a huge hit. Such a great idea! Stopping by from Show Stopper Saturday. Thanks so much for hosting another great party! ~Erin

  5. says

    This soup looks fantastic! What a comforting soup with so many wonderful flavors – I love stuffed peppers and a big bowl of this would be perfect on these chillier winter months :)

  6. Erin says

    how would I tweak the recipe to make it in a crockpot? I don’t own a large stock pot yet so I have to make every soup in my crockpot! Thanks in advance!

    • lyuba says

      Honestly, I don’t use my crock pot for soups (I don’t use it too much at all). You can use a medium pot for this soup, it doesn’t have to he very big (Unless you are planning to double the recipe). If I had to make it in the crock pot, I would say to cook everything but rice first, for a few hours. Then add rice and cook just until rice is done. I hope this helps!

  7. C.B.Whyte says

    Made Stuffed Pepper Soup for dinner and it was fabulous! I love when recipes like this make the house smell so delicious! It always makes me smile…even on cold & windy march days :)

  8. Angie says

    The Stuffed Peppers Soup was really good! I cooked the rice separately since most of the soup was going to be eaten over the next couple days as leftovers. I also sprinkled a little shredded mozzarella cheese over the top of individual servings. Excellent!

    • lyuba says

      Hi Carin!
      So sorry for the late response! I would estimate 5-6 but it would depend on the appetite and what else is served. Soup makes roughly 6-7 cups.
      I hope you enjoy it!


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