Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Used potatoes o'brien instead of noodles as we are not big on noodles. Added garlic powder and season salt instead of salt and pepper. I also added additional worcestershire sauce. Since I wasn't using noodles added bullion to tomatoes before adding to meat. Thought it was a little bland without additional seasoning. Great base recipe. Was really quick to make.
YUM, YUM, YUM I used 1-1/2 lbs. ground beef (that's what was in the pkg.) and Bush's SW Style pinto beans (it's what I had) and canned sliced tomatoes (again, it;s what I had). I had expected to have some leftovers between the 3 of us but we did not even leave a bite for our dog!
I just used a can of beef broth instead of water and beef bouillon, and had to use a fresh tomato since I didn't have any stewed or diced. It still turned out great!
I have not made this yet but I am going to try it. It sounds so much like something my Grandmother made when I was a kid. We called it One Dish Dinner. I think it had chopped potatoes instead of noodles. I'll try it both ways,,,noodles and potatoes.
We loved this recipe. I used pinto beans, a full pound of ground beef, and small egg noodles as that is all I had. We loved it and it was husband approved. Delicious. Volunteer Field Editor
OMG THIS WAS AMAZING. I used a whole pound of beef though. 3 teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce and a can of diced tomatoes in lieu of cuz that's all I had. This was absolutely amazing. Excellent taste. A little labor-intensive cutting up the vegetables but if you have a vegetable chopper you can save yourself a few minutes
Will try this using ground turkey.
Great tasting and simple to make.
This was very good! We really enjoyed it and will make it again. We substituted diced tomatoes for the stewed, and red wine vinegar for the Worcestershire sauce.
This is very flavorful. Since there are only two of us, the "planned overs" for lunch the next day are even better than the original.