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Total Time
35mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 30 mins

This is one of those dishes you can whip together in no time. I created it one night when we needed something fast and easy and had very little in the house. i have changed the ingredients a time or two since that first time, but my family always says it tastes like more. Note: Please know you can substitute most of the ingredients for whatever you have in your refrigerator/pantry at the time. So have fun.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Heat the oil in a large pan.
  2. Sauté onions and garlic until tender.
  3. Add picante sauce, green chiles, beans, bean dip, corn, veggie burgers, and.
  4. spinach and stir to blend.
  5. Break the burgers up as they defrost.
  6. When the mixture heats, add your favorite cheese and stir until melted.
  7. Serve over chips garnished with whatever you would like (sour cream, more.
  8. picante sauce, etc.).
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5 5

Hey! I thought we were the only ones who called stuff Mexican Mush! Seriously, I make recipes like this regularly and since I can't usually recall the name of whatever I've made, I started calling things 'Mexican Mush' or 'Italian Mush' or 'New Orleans Mush (jambalaya)- and since I'm always messing with the ingredients of recipes, they often don't resemble their original version, which makes the original name sort of meaningless.

I like how you kept this vegetarian and pretty low fat. I had not thought to add jarred black bean dip to my Mexican Mush, so I'm off to do that today. I don't have to wait til it's done to rate it, I know we love it. Thank you for posting!

5 5

This may not be the prettiest food, but it sure tastes good! Satisfying for anyone with a craving for Mexican, though mine was a little different since the bean dip had balsamic vinegar in it and the refried beans were flavored with lime. I used fresh spinach instead of frozen defrosted. It took over 15 minutes to warm up, more like 30. I added extra hot sauce:D Thanks Dr. J!