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    Looking for a easy mexican dinner. look no further! My husband and I love this stuff since I work till after 10pm most nights. Smack it in the crockpot at night and my lunch is waiting for me when I wake up the next morning. I leave the seasoning open because everyone has a different taste for heat I don't do a lot of chili powder with the ancho chili's but I love cumin and the other seasoning. Another good suggestion is mixing green onions into the gorn muffin mix, I top with shedded smoked cheddar cheese and a little sour cream. Hope you enjoy.

    Recipe #399096

    I got this delicious and tasty and easy recipe from the Abilene Chuckwagon Cook-Off. Romaldo was the "cookie" from one of the large ranches in that area. I have used this recipe so often, it is one of my favorite tried and true. It re-heats well and freezes very well.

    Recipe #25621

    My friend Clint gave me this recipe, I've changed it slightly, This pot roast is wonderful served with Rice & Peas, roasted potatoes and the spicy gravy it cooks in. Put it on the stove and sit back and relax. For a hot n' spicy roast add 1 pepper, for a spicier roast add 2 peppers and for the (on fire) spiciest roast and gravy add 3 peppers but Please beware ... THESE ARE HOT!...I kid you not. Scotch bonnet peppers are also known as habaneros.

    Recipe #87328

    You will need a 5-quart crock pot for this, I doubled the sauce when I made this :)

    Recipe #289826

    You can use the cheapest cuts of meat in this recipe because the vinegar in the peppers breaks down the fibers in the meat. This recipe is from The Best Slow Cooker Cookbook Ever by Natalie Haughton. I sometimes stuff the beef, peppers and chopped fresh tomatoes into pita breads.

    Recipe #46982

    6 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    This can easily make into a meal. Very filling and satisfying.

    Recipe #274774

    Savory blend of herbs and spices make this roast delicious.

    Recipe #225671

    This can also be made either in a crockpot or on top of the stove, see cooking methods listed for both, I also like to add in a can of drained black beans but that is optional --- and to make this even more special butter the sliced buns then lightly sprinkle some garlic powder on top then toast in a skillet butter-side down before topping with the meat mixture :)

    Recipe #76863

    This tastes like pizza in a bowl, very yummy! This can also be cooked in an oven.

    Recipe #77762

    This is wonderful served in a bowl, topped with cheddar cheese and crusty buns on the side, if you don't have a crock pot just simmer on top of the stove over low heat for about 3 hours or more.

    Recipe #183021

    Slow cooking is the best method for an eye of round roast, I have cooked eye of round many times in a Crock-Pot with fantastic results, and you can use blade roast in place of the eye of round. The gravy from this roast goes well with mashed potatoes. Do not add in any extra salt to this recipe and use only low sodium beef broth for this. If you are an onion lover, then you could add in a small chopped or sliced onion if desired. Remember, do not lift the lid of the Crock-Pot while cooking. Each time you do, the heat is lost and you will need to cook it for a longer time.

    Recipe #204976

    Balsamic vinegar and rosemary give this pot roast a great flavor. Serve with cooked egg noodles or mashed potatoes.

    Recipe #234867

    Source: Sandra Lee - Semi Homemade Cooking!! This recipe is unbelievably easy and the results are delicious!! My husband eats the sauce with a spoon!! NOTE: This recipe says to brown the roast...I have skipped this step due to lack of time and the roast still turned out juicy & fork-tender!

    Recipe #230034

    This makes a nice dinner to come home to, you can use from a 3-pound to a 5-pound roast for this recipe, don't add any extra salt to this recipe, the seasonings have plenty of added salt to them, and 1/3 cup dry red wine can be added if desired. This is a very good recipe for crock pot roast! Servings are only estimated depending on the size of roast you are using. I prefer to use blade roast but you can use any pot roast you desired even a pork butt roast would would with this!

    Recipe #194464

    I came up with this after looking at everyone else's recipes and realizing I was missing at least one ingredient for every one I wanted to make. The result was the following and my family loved it.

    Recipe #181883

    This is best served in a crusty roll topped with red onion, sliced tomatoes and sour cream! The spicy salsa can be substituted with 1 7-ounce can chipotle sauce if desired. The chipotle sauce and jalapeno chilies can be found in your Mexican section of any major grocery store. Adjust all amounts to taste, I have made this in the past, it is *very* good!

    Recipe #176381

    In the late 1960's I got this from a small Restaurant outside of Houma Louisiana. I remember I "oiled" the cook's vocal cords with a lot of cold Jax Beer to finesse the recipe out of him. About the only thing I've changed is re figuring it for the crock pot.

    Recipe #78122

    17 Reviews |  By txghog

    This is so easy and delicious! Is great with a salad and bread.

    Recipe #78014

    5 Reviews |  By Kim D.

    I found this recipe in the local newspaper, but adapted it to my families taste. This makes a wonderful dinner on a cold winter night!

    Recipe #76125

    3 Reviews |  By Lorac

    While getting my hair "restored", cut and styled, I found this recipe in the 11/03 issue of Women's Day. I like the long cooking time, gives you all day to do other things - like getting your hair restored !

    Recipe #75782

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