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One-Pot Beef and Beans

By: Betty Jo Roundtree
One-Pot Beef and Beans
One-Pot Beef and Beans

Don't stress about what you're going to have for your next dinner. One-Pot Beef and Beans is a hearty beef and bean casserole that will soon become a staple recipe in your kitchen. Nothing could be easier than throwing a few tasty ingredients together in a skillet and heating them through. Certain ingredients, like green chiles, give this dish a uniquely bold flavor. Serve this easy ground beef recipe with a side salad, and you'll soon have a meal so simple that you can serve it week after week.

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"When I was growing up this one of the main dishes that my mom made for us every week. And her mom made it for her growing up. I am 75 years old and I also have made it for my family. It is fast and easy to fix and everyone loves it."



 



*This recipe was submitted as part of the Swiss Diamond One Pot Wonder Recipe Contest.

Serves8

Preparation Time10 min

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds ground beef
  • 2 (15-ounce) cans Pork and Beans
  • 1 (7-ounce) can diced green chile
  • 1 pinch salt and pepper, to taste
  • 1/4 cup ketchup
  • 1 pinch dry mustard

Instructions

  1. Brown the ground beef, and when cooked, drain the grease.

  2. Add the pork and beans. green chile, ketchup, mustard, salt, and pepper.

  3. Stir all together and heat until it is hot.

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Does dinner get any better than a one pot meal? The nights when nothing goes right and you are running in and out the door to go here and there is a perfect night to make this dish and serve it up. You can make some cornbread to go with it and have a nice salad to complete the meal.

This is an interesting recipe...I don't think I've ever tried anything like it before, but I'm thinking that between the pork and beans and ketchup and mustard mixed into the ground beef and green chile, it kinda makes me think of sloppy joes. Weird how people get different ideas with one recipe huh? I would probably serve this on a toasted onion roll or maybe even on some grilled crostini with shredded lettuce.

Quick and easy to make and no fancy ingredients. Just ordinary things that we would mostly already have in the pantry. All of that usually means that it is probably quite budget friendly too which is always good news these days. And it is really tasty too. One could add a little garlic or some herbs but, quite honestly, it is really good just as it is.

I love this meal. I have never had it with chili peppers in it. My grandma would add the ketchup to it, but my mom never did. I prefer it without. When I grew up, sometimes we would put it on bread for sandwiches. I like to fix it for me and my husband. Cheap, filling, and tasty.

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