I like to mix both beans and rice together for great tasking stuffed Anaheim peppers. The flavor of these two ingredients compliment each other nicely while turning the peppers into a filling, hardy meal.
You can use almost any type of beans to make this stuffing mixture, though navy beans are my favorite. You can also use white rice or brown rice.
All you have to do is cook both the beans and the rice separately, then mix them together to prepare them for peppers. Sprinkle the rice and bean mixture with the spices of your choice. Cilantro and cumin are spices that give this dish a lot of zing.
Finally, stuff the mixture into the peppers, then put them into the oven to bake until they are golden brown on top.