|by Michael Stern|
Time to Chow Down and Chili Up!Here is the most comprehensive guide ever to making and enjoying America's favorite meal in a bowl.
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Saute onions, peppers, ... burn. Add corn, leftover meat (if desired) ... Add 1/2 cup chili sauce, 1 tablespoon ... minutes more. Serve with rice or rigatoni.
Spoon 3 tablespoons ... skillet. Blend in beef, chilies, cumin ... 2 1/2 cups. Note: This beef filling also can be used for tacos, enchiladas or tamales.
Cook macaroni, drain. ... garlic and cook beef. In a ... beef, macaroni, tomatoes, chili sauce, onion, celery, ... and bread crumbs. Bake at 350°F for 40-45 minutes.
Spoon 3 tablespoons ... skillet. Blend in beef, chilies, cumin ... Chimichangas. Note: This beef filling also can be used for tacos, enchiladas, or tamales.
Cook over low heat 40-45 minutes. Place 2 tablespoons of mixture in center of very fresh flour tortillas. Fry until brown on both sides in at least 1 ...
Combine first five ingredients and cook slowly for 30 minutes, then add beans; mix well. Cook 10 to 20 minutes longer. Put tortillas in oven at 400 ...
Cook onion in ... until crisp. Add beef and chilies, sprinkle in chili powder and sugar. ... to 15 minutes while stirring. Serve on buns, serves 4 to 6.
Cut up roast beef into small pieces ... catsup, water, garlic, chili powder, Worcestershire sauce, ... hamburger buns. May double recipe. Freezes well. Serves 4.
Mix first 6 ingredients and cook for 10 minutes. Add cut up, leftover roast beef. Heat and serve on buns.
Slice leftover beef roast or pork roast ... meat. Make sure each side of meat is well coated. Bake at 325 degrees for 30 minutes. Serve on sandwich rolls.
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