By SJG3483 on January 27, 2003
Photo by Amber of AZ
Photo by Amber of AZ
"Warm yourself up with this stew. Adjust the chili powder and taco seasoning to suit your taste."
Serving Size: 1 (431 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 6
"Very tasty. I used about half a pkg. of taco seasoning and it was just right for us. My 9 yr. old daughter and I also mixed shredded cheddar and sour cream to our servings. Yummy. My daughter asked to have this for her school lunch the next day.<br/>I cooked this for 2 hours on high and 3 hours on low. Worked out fine."
"Great stew! The beef was so tender and moist - and very flavorful. The kids and DH loved it so it was a perfect family meal, and it was so easy to put together in the morning before work. Just the perfect thing to come home to after trick-or-treating. We'll be having this again :) Thanks SJG3483!"
"Wonderful Stew, I cut recipe in half, for two people, DH loved it. I used recipe#105993 for packet of taco seasoning and just cut up 1/2 cup of onion, everything else the same. Will definitely make again. Thanks for sharing recipe!!"
"I wanted to make something different than my normal beef stew. This was Fantastic. I found this recipe in a Women's Day magazine and was going to post it when I found it already on zaar. It is April and snowing here in PA and I wanted some comfort food. Thanks for posting."
"I just made this tonight and it was delicious!! I used regular corn since I didn't have the mexicorn and served it over elbow noodles. Terrific recipe! "
"This was delicious!!! I did add about 1/2 cup of red chablis wine. It is almost like a hearty chili. I found a mexican blend of corn, red peppers, green peppers, and black beans in the frozen food section at my grocer, so I used that. This recipe feeds alot of people, so if you do not want alot of leftovers, cut the recipe in 1/2. Great comfort food!!! thanks. "
"This soup is really good and a nice change from traditional crockpot stews. My crock cooks pretty fast, so I found that 5 hours on low was plenty. The prep was nice and easy and the ingredients list is short. I used cocktail onions as I could not find frozen ones. If you opt for cocktail onions cut down on the mexican seasoning a bit. The onions are salty. I am looking foreward to many delicious thermous lunches next week. Thanks for sharing. "