Border town stew

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  1. [WR]

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    Leanred this one in San Antonio,. and no, it's not a "meltyourinnardsandyourasshole" spiced up beast. it actually has a good decent flavor.,

    Mostly based on the 15-16 oz can format, just make it all proportional.

    2 cans of tomatoes
    2 cans of ranch style beans
    2 cans of corn
    1 Large can of hominy
    1 small can of green chilies
    1 pkg McCormics Taco mix
    1 pkg hidden valley ranch dressing
    2 Lbs hamburger or stew meat. if using stew meat, take the time to cut into smaller chunks.

    Brown meat, add pkg mixes, add canned ingredients and simmer for about 1 1/2 hours

    i use an enameled cast iron dutch oven on a burner the last time i made this. just use a heavy stock pot for the same results.

    Top with shredded cheese if you;d like

    Serve over a bed of rice, Doritos, Fritos, any Crusty bread, or corn bread.

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  2. Jerry Daschofsky

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    That looks pretty good. May have to try this one out. Especially for my wife who can't eat hot stuff.
     
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    Should be perfect for her. My only other suggestion; do not add salt. there's probably more than enough in there already from the canned goods. doubly so if using one of the chip suggestions as a bed for it.
     

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