3 Reviews

It was very tasty, I enjoyed the large amount of veggies. I would suggest browning the meat separately, however. Browning it with the mushrooms made it clump, but constant stirring broke them up. A couple changes I made - ground turkey instead of beef, 1 12 oz bottle of beer in place of a similar amount of stock, and I used only 8 cups of stock to make it a little thicker. I'll definitely be making this again.

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Steve N March 19, 2008

Wonderful, warm, easy and delicious. All of which people want when they come over for Saturday Lunch at the Farm. I made most of this recipe the day before and added the frozen vegetables (from our garden) later, but other then that followed this exactly. Was just perfect with the Adobo sauce, and chili powder. Seemed perfectly balanced in taste and consistency. I had some frozen whole tomatoes that I threw in, and as it gently cooked the tomatoes burst with flavor. I also added some frozen lima beans just because we have lots. Perfect, this is saved and will be made quite often. Thank you, Ravenseyes.

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Andi of Longmeadow Farm December 09, 2007

This gets 5 stars for being a very complete meal in a bowl! The amount of vegetables caught my eye since I've been looking for ways to increase our veggie intake. I added lots more chili powder and some cumin, left out the mushrooms since I was all out and used a different small pasta (tiny alphabets). I made roughly half the recipe and it still was a lot. Thanks for posting!

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pattikay in L.A. November 29, 2007
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