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Hamburger Stuffed Peppers Recipe + Giveaway

Some like it hot, and I’m part of that party. Especially when the spiciness is added by a delicious English mustard like Colman’s Mustard, which can really bring the fire. Available as an unltra-fine dry mustard flour, or prepared in a glass jar or squeezable bottle, it can add kick to everything from sandwiches and sausages to frittatas and meatloaves.

If you like it hot, Colman’s Mustard needs to be in your pantry.

Colmans Mustard

There are so many dishes I make on a regular basis that honestly could use a little variety, and when adding something as simple as Colman’s Mustard powder or prepared mustard can turn it into a totally different creation, with a totally different flavor, it makes it easy to see that this is a very versatile tool in your cooking artillery. At least once a week it should come out to dust the ingredients of a baked mac and cheese, a homemade vinaigrette, or a cheesy dip.

Mustard has a lot of health benefits, and Colman’s Mustard powder is low in calories, fat-free, cholesterol-free, and gluten-free. Colman’s secret is in blending high-quality brown mustard seeds with white mustard seeds, resulting in a mustard with a unique kick that’s both versatile and fiery. Colman’s is one of only three mustard mills in the world to blend both white and brown mustard seeds, which is probably why about 45 jars are sold every minute of every day worldwide!

We just made hamburger stuffed peppers, and of course the best hamburgers have mustard on them, so our burger stuffed peppers had to have mustard too. It’s a healthier, lower-carb way to enjoy the yummy taste of burgers ♥︎

Hamburger Stuffed Peppers Recipe


1 pound lean ground beef
1 medium onion, chopped
1 cup mushrooms, rinsed and chopped
1 tbs Colman’s Mustard
salt and pepper to taste
1 cup tomato sauce
1/2 cup cheddar cheese, shredded (optional, to make cheesebuerger stuffed peppers!)
4 bell peppers (I love red best, they are the sweetest, but any will do- a rainbow is pretty ♥︎)

Colmans Mustard Powder
Cheeseburger stuffed peppers
Colmans Mustard Powder-4


1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
2. Put a pot of salted water to boil. Cut off the top of 4 bell peppers and clean out seeds and insides, and boil for 5 minutes, then set aside.
3. In a large nonstick pan, brown ground beef, and add in onions and mushrooms and cook together for about 5-7 minutes.
4. Season beef with mustard, salt and pepper, then stir in tomato sauce and cook together for additional 3 minutes.
5. Stuff each bell pepper with ground beef mixture to top. Place peppers in a baking dish, cover, and bake for 35 minutes. Top each stuffed pepper with shredded cheese if you’d like cheeseburger stuffed peppers, and bake for another 5 minutes.

Serve and enjoy!

Burger stuffed peppers with Colmans

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  • Joanne Willey

    Potatoe salad

  • Diane baum

    My pepper steak stir fry, could use a little extra spice

  • Cheryl

    My potato salad could use a little extra heat.

  • vickie couturier

    my homemade potato salad

  • David

    Potato salad is the most common thing that we add mustard to, so this would be a natural replacement. You could also add it in to some sauces, like barbecue sauce, to give it some spicy tangy flavor.

  • Mindy Drummond

    My egg salad sure could use some spicing up 🙂


    I could spice up my pasta salad.

  • judith

    tuna salad

  • Nannypanpan

    My kielbasa

  • hannah

    Our venison chili could use some extra heat/spice.

  • lucy n

    Spread on fish, then lightly bread with panko/breadcrumbs, and bake.

  • ron schnell

    Potato salad

  • Diane OBrien

    Potato salad, for sure!

  • seafood salad

  • Stephanie Liske

    Sloppy Joe’s could use extra heat.

  • My potato salad would taste the best with colmans mustard.A must have,to make mine the best.

  • Aaron

    The meatloaf could use some Colemans spicing up.

  • Tamara Lin

    Probably a potato salad, mine could use a little spice.

  • Katie

    Honey mustard dressing

  • Denise

    I would use it in my vinaigrette.

  • Debbie M.

    Maybe a good pepper steak? I make it with onions, mustard could be good too.

  • Candace

    I love mustard. I’d use it in anything.

  • Sam

    I’d make this recipe you posted!