This recipe was a hit with the fam! Since a couple of the reviews mentioned that it might need a little more flavor, I adjusted the recipe as follows:<br/>1 tsp Tajin ( Mexican Seasoning)<br/>14 oz can diced tomatoes with jalapeño peppers (I drained the liquid from the tomatoes into a measuring cup and then added water to the 1/2 cup mark)<br/><br/>I served this over rice and sprinkled some Mexican Blend Shredded Cheese on each serving.
This was good but as others have mentioned, it's a little bland. I consider recipes to be a guideline; not necessarily written in stone, change it to your liking, everyone has different tastes guideline. So I added more, lots more garlic! Added more oregano, dash of dried basil and about 2 tsp of apple cider vinegar. I served this over brown rice. Everyone ate it and it was easy to throw together! Thank you!
I have made this quite a few times now. Easy, fast and yummy. I usually make mashed potatoes or rice and serve it over that. A good weeknight meal. Could probably use a little more flavor, maybe some garlic?
What a great base for a one dish meal. I was going to open a jar of home canned tomatoes and saw I had some no sugar added salsa so I just put that in, it is so tasty. Thanks for the idea, everything was in the fridge just begging to be in this dish and what a great way to clean out the fridge. Again thanks!
As a starter to build on your own tastes, this recipe is great. I read the reviews and added a multitude of spices, fresh garlic, and Worcestershire sauce to get a good flavor. I served with rice and it was delicious while still being on the healthy side. Next time, per personal preference, I will add the bell peppers much later as I like mine warm and still crunchy, not cooked.
My partner and I are trying to eat better. I was scrolling online and found this recipe, needless to say this was quick, easy AND healthy. We improvised and used chicken instead! So delish!
Extremely versatile! Have made this as directed and as my family prefers it...as lettuce wraps!! We add a can of drained low sodium black beans and change out beef for soy chorizo. Top w/a Tbsp of Monterey Jack. Zesty Lemon Quinoa and Rice by West India is a fabulous side dish to this. As this makes A LOT of food, the next day, a soup is prepared w/leftovers by adding quinoa and reduced sodium stock. Too fun. Thank you for the post!
I put this on a baked potato and topped it with grated parmesan and a little shredded mozzarella!
Meat, veggies, a starch and some dairy...all in one.
Fantastic recipe....wonderful fresh taste....and filling to boot.