1 can Chicken Broth (I used homemade, in a jar)
1 can Beef Broth (again with the homemade bit) I am trying not to buy so much canned and processed food from the store and it wasn't hard. Just took time and beef bones!
1 can pinto beans (again with the homemade)
1 can corn, I used frozen
1 can Ro-Tel Tomatoes
1 pkg. Ranch Dip Mix
1 pkg. Taco Seasoning Mix
1 lb. ground beef, browned and drained
Throw it all in a pot and cook until hot, then let simmer for about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. To serve top with grated cheese and sour cream, guacamole if desired. Serve with tortilla chips or cornbread.
|See, doesn't that look fun!|
Confession time: I think I really messed this up because I wanted to be cute and fun and cook it in a cast iron skillet on the stove. Jerry likes cornbread, which is why I make it, isn't that your reason. I didn't go back and read the directions I had seen for doing that the other day. So, I scorched it on the bottom and the top was not done. Ugh. Oh, well. I sprayed Pam in my normal cake pan for cooking cornbread, and just dumped the skillet upside down into the pan. Pulled off the scorched bottom and placed it back in the oven. Bother. It didn't look pretty, but it is edible. Disasters happen, get over it. Smile and move, be a smover!
Now for the recipe
Follow the directions on your cornbread mix or cornmeal. It doesn't matter which, and cornmeal is not much harder than the mix.
1/2 cup of corn (I just kept some out of the soup) drained and rinsed
1 can of green chiles, chopped, drained and rinsed
Bake according to directions.
Now for those who can't get the seasoning mixes or don't want to use them, I will list the spices here that are on the packages, not the other stuff, like "other spices" or "sodium biditrate"and other things you can't say or whatever. (Yes, I made that up.)
Taco Seasoning Mix
Cocoa Powder (seriously, its in there, interesting though, huh?)
Ranch Dip Mix
"other spices"--guessing, parsley, dill, maybe basil, or thyme
One more side note: Ro-tel tomatoes are just tomatoes canned with green chiles.
Now back to my quilt making project!