This is fall or winter comfort food everyone looks forward to. If you don’t know this yet I worked in retail for almost 20 years. It makes it challenging to serve a home-cooked meal for dinner. Especially when there are dietary observances in play. I perfected this with the help of my best friend my Crockpot. You can do it on the stove in about an hour if you have to. Letting everything blend over that longer period in the Crockpot, gives it a deeper taste. Again it is really good right off the stove too.
The Ingredients2 – lbs ground chuck or beef
2 – 15 oz cans black beans no salt added, drained ( in this instance I buy Great Value or Walmart brand. There are also less carbs than in other brands)
2 cans Diced Green Chili’s
4 – 14.25oz cans Diced Tomatoes no salt added (great value brand had the least cabs)
2 – 1.25oz pkgs Chili seasoning (pick your favorite brand and heat. We use mild, either McCormick or Great value)
1 medium onion diced
1/2 medium green pepper diced
- Brown meat, drain if needed. Leave a little for the onions and green pepper. Continue cooking till onions become translucent. (I do this night before if using my Crockpot.)
- Add green chilis and seasoning mixes with 1/4 cup water.
- Once evenly mixed add tomatoes and beans.
- Simmer covered on low 20 minutes for stove top, or 4 hours on low in Crockpot.
- Serve warm and enjoy.
- We like to top ours with fresh green onion, shredded sharp cheddar, and a spoonful of dour cream.
Nothing beats coming in after a long day to a warm, satisfying, meal. It’s even better when the temperature drops or rainy evenings. Also goes great with game day and Superbowl!
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