• Grilled Giant Marconi Stuffed Peppers
  • Grilled Giant Marconi Stuffed Peppers
  • Grilled Giant Marconi Stuffed Peppers

Grilled Giant Marconi Stuffed Peppers

A garden is such a beautiful thing! I love so many things about them. From watching a tiny seed grow into the freshest produce you’ll ever get your hands on, to the sharing of the harvest among friends and family. I’m lucky to have friends and family who share their harvest with me. I have just enough room for a few herbs, one tomato plant and an attempt at a potted pumpkin plant. We’ll see how that goes… lemme just say I’m real glad October is a ways off still.

So probably the most fun for me, as you can imagine, is figuring out what to do with the random varieties of veggies that come my way. Specifically the peppers. There are SO many kinds of peppers! In fact, I’d never even heard of Giant Marconi peppers until just this year. After a bit of research and taste-testing I learned that they are typically peppers you stuff and they are deemed a sweet pepper. To me, they don’t really taste sweet though, they do have a very mild flavor like an earthier bell pepper.

When I saw a few recipe ideas that incorporated goat cheese with Giant Marconis, I thought that would be a good match with their mild flavor. So I got to stuffing and then fired up the grill. Since a few of my grape tomatoes had just ripened I threw some of those on the grill along with the peppers. They turned out to be a great little topper for the stuffed peppers.

This recipe is super simple and tasty is a great go-to if you have these giant guys growing in your garden this year and aren’t sure what to do with them or are looking to try something different.

Non-stock Grill Topper - Grilled Vegetable PanGrill Master Tip: Get yourself a non-stick grill topper for grilling veggies. I tried to be cheap and just use a ton of spray butter and put the veggies straight on the grill and you can imagine how well that worked. Do yourself a favor, splurge on a grill pan. Your life will get a bit easier when you do, especially this time of year when there are so many fresh veggies available and grilling them is a wonderful way to give them flavor without adding calories.


  • 1. Slice giant marconi peppers in half, from top to bottom so that each half forms what looks like a little boat.
  • 2. Mix together ricotta and goat cheese. Stuff mixture into peppers halves. Sprinkle with parmesan cheese, then spice mixture.
  • 3. Place stuffed peppers and tomatoes onto a grill topper or a sheet of foil sprayed with butter to prevent sticking.
  • 4. Grill at about 400˚ for 8-10 minutes or until cheese has melted and peppers have crispy edges.