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American Chop Suey

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Perhaps if they made "chop suey" in the old west, this is what it would taste like! Certainly a fun way to celebrate American culture.

Ingredients
  • 1 large sweet onion
  • 1 red bell pepper, medium
  • 1 green bell pepper
  • 1 tablespoon minced garlic
  • 1 can crushed tomatoes.
  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 1 pound sausage (can be sweet or hot)
  • salt
  • pepper
  • Texas Pete sauce, optional
  • 2 cups uncooked pasta (elbows, shells or rigatoni)
Instructions
  1. Cut onions and peppers into bite size and saute. Add minced garlic.
     
  2. Cut sausage into bite size pieces and add.
     
  3. When sausage is almost done add ground beef.
     
  4. When done transfer all the above into a large pot add can of crushed tomatoes and simmer over a low heat.
     
  5. While this is cooking cook pasta until almost done, add to the pot and simmer 1/2 hr.
     
  6. Salt, pepper and add hot sauce to taste.

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I have been doing this for YEARS! Fast, simple, and kids love it! Want to make it taste even better????? Add a can of Campbell's BISQUE of tomato soup; it adds just the tiniest bit of sweetness to the sauce!

What size can of crushed tomatoes do u use? Like a 14.5 -15 oz. can or a 28 oz. can. I'm thinking like the 28 oz. can. TIA

Hello! You can use whatever size can of crushed tomatoes that you'd like, depending on how tomato-ey you'd like your recipe to be. Like you, I think the 28oz can would probably work the best because of how much meat you're cooking with. Good luck!

Good basic recipe. You can add or subtract as your taste dictates. Texas Pete Sauce is a type of hot sauce but you can use any type that you like.

What is Texas Pete Sauce?

My mom used to make this dish

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