Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Mexican Beef...

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This has got to be one of the easiest recipes I have.

And you can make it with cooked chicken, beef, turkey and even wild game!

Here's what you'll need:

Mexican Beef

1/2 a loaf of Velveeta, chunked
1/4 to a 1/2 cup milk
1 can diced tomatoes
1 can cream of chicken soup or cream of mushroom soup
1 can diced green chilies or 5 freshly roasted green chilies, chopped
2 garlic cloves, minced
1 pound ground beef cooked and fat drained
pepper, cayenne pepper and garlic salt, to taste

Cook your meat of choice and drain the fat.  Set aside.
I used ground beef this go round.

In a large skillet, pour in your milk and 
Velveeta cheese, stir until cheese is melted.

Add in your cream soup of choice, diced tomatoes, 
green chilies, fresh garlic
and seasonings.

Stir until all the ingredients are blended and smooth.  
You may need to add more milk if the mixture seems to thick.

Stir in your cooked meat.

Serve over a bed of rice, tortilla chips or pasta.


Have a great and delightful day!!

Hugs & Blessings,


NanaDiana said...

Hi Amy, We also use this as kind of a "dip" with tortilla chips - I keep it warm in a crockpot. It is really GOOD! Good old Velveeta! Have a great Veteran's Day! xo Diana

Pam said...

This looks delicious, Amy. I am needing some inspiration for some good dinner meals; I will have to make this up for everyone. What's your favorite way to have it, over rice, or chips or pasta?

Amy said...

Pam, I love this served with rice the most, but the boys love it with chips (kinda like a fancy nacho). I hope you give it a try! Thank you for leaving me a comment, they always brighten my day!

living from glory to glory said...

Hello, I love this also and I am glad you shared it, so many could make it up for the holidays and served with chips. Yummy...
It is suppose to be cold tonight Brrrr
Hugs, Roxy

Laura Lane said...

Hi Amy,
My 16 year old son got his first deer Saturday, opening day, one hour after opening time. He was so excited! I've never seen him like that.

I'd love it if you'd share any venison recipes you have. I've never cooked it.

Your recipe looks yummy.

SpicingUpIdaho said...

Ohh, this is such a yummy dish Amy! I make it like NanaDiana, in a dip where you dip warm tortilla chips in it. Amazing! It is great that you can use it for a main course too. Yum!!!

How is the weather in your part of the world? Heard that CO got a lot of snow. Hope you are all enjoying it, and that it has not caused you any problems! Take care my friend, and have a blessed day!

Pam said...

I just made this for dinner; we're about to eat. Num Num.

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