I knew that I had to give it a burst of flavor so I grated some carrot and diced up some peppers, onions, and a little garlic. The butter was calling my name, but I kept my composure and sauteed them in a little olive oil. I removed them from the pan and put the ground turkey in there with a little freshly ground pepper and oregano. When it was about finished I put the sauteed veggies back in to blend with the meat. I took a little taste test and I was pleased with the flavor.
It was time to put them together now, but I was putting cooked meat into a raw peppers so I nuked the peppers first in the microwave for a few minutes to cook them a little and lessen the actual cook time in the oven. I could've blanched them in hot water, but who wanted to deal with that on a summer's afternoon. Turning on the toaster oven was bad enough! Anyway, I had some Ragu sauce in the pantry that needed used up so I spread 1 cup of Ragu in the bottom of a pan. Then I stuffed the peppers and placed each one into the Ragu sauce. I sprinkled each pepper with just a little mozzarella cheese and spooned about a tablespoon of Ragu over the top. I put them in the preheated toaster oven for about 30 minutes.
They turned out really nice. Christian ate his meat, but didn't eat all of the pepper. I am going to try to make more things with ground turkey. I found a Taco Turkey Burger recipe that I hope to try out before summer's out.