This was good. I took it to a potluck and it was well received generally. I found it a bit too "smoothy greasy!!!" I really was not greasy as I used extea lean ground beef but it still had a texture that was not really to my taste. But it is good and easy to do.
I didn't have any plain cans of diced tomatoes on hand so I used two cans of diced tomatoes with green chilies and omitted the chili pwd. for fear it would be too spicey for the kids. I also didn't have any green onions on hand so I diced yellow onions very fine and used them. It stilled turned out excellent.
Did a double batch for DH's work potluck. So easy to make and has a very good flavor. It was all eaten and I had to e-mail DH the recipe to print out for several of his co-workers.
What a real treat! Made this with ground Beef and Turkey Sausage...it was sooo tasty! This was a very easy crockpot recipe! The house smelled soo good while it cooked away! The taste was awesome! The whole crockpot full was gone! Thanks for a great new recipe!
this was so yummy I made this the night we were moving into our new house and everyone loved it i just,put in the crockpot and started unpacking
I agree with Tebo that it was a little to greasy of a texture even though I used super lean ground beef. Not sure if it's the added cheese or what. I think it was okay but would have been better with some hot sauce.
Great meal, we used it as a dip. DH liked a lot and requested it again. We served it with sour cream, chips and cheese. Thank you!
This was Great I added 1 and a 1/2 teaspoons of cayenne pepper and 2 crushed garlic cloves, we both loved it served with green beans!
Cheap, quick, versatile and tasty! I didn't have peppers so I added 2 diced potatoes, and for the meat I had 1lb (or less) that I had browned up a couple days ago - half beef and half sausage. It all still turned out awesome! I'd cut back on the salt a smidgen, but other than that this is a definite keeper! Thanks
Oh my goodness, this was so good! I sent some home with my mom, just because I couldn't believe how good it was, lol. I used ground turkey, as always. I also subbed fire-roasted diced tomatoes, just because we prefer them, and instant brown rice, because that's all I had. After cooking the turkey, I added frozen chopped onion and a frozen stir-fry mix (green peppers, red peppers, broccoli, mushrooms, and snap peas) to the pan and let them cook until softened. I then drained everything and added it to the crock. Because I had already semi-cooked the veggies and used instant rice, mine only cooked for about 4-5 hours on low before it was done. I added a little bit of shredded cheese to each serving. This will definitely be a keeper for us!