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Old 08-16-2014, 10:50 AM
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Old 08-16-2014, 10:53 AM
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Great recipe. Here we call them beef patties
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thank you very much for the recipes
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The recipe is very versatile. I bet it would make a great meatloaf
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Made these on Saturday night for some friends. Such an amazing meal for summer!


NACHOS




INGREDIENTS:

1-2 lb extra lean ground beef
1 red onion
1 tsp tex mix spice
1/2 tsp chili powder
1 diced jalapeño
green or black olives (optional)
1 can black beans (or beans of your choice)
1 large bag of tortilla chips (colored or plain)
1 quart cherry tomatoes
1 green pepper
1 red peppers
green onions
shredded cheese of your choice (I prefer marble)


Additional Condiments

sour cream
salsa
guacamole (optional)


METHOD:

Fry (or bake) your ground beef with half your red onion until darkly browned, then drain off the grease and add beans along with spices and jalapeño.

On a large baking sheet, lay your tortilla chips flat, before covering them with the meat & bean mixture.

In the same pan you cooked the meat in, sauté your diced red & green peppers and the other half of your red onion until they are crisp-tender.

Then cover your chips and meat with your peppers, halved cherry tomatoes, and olives....finally sprinkling the cheese on top at the end.

Bake for 20-25 minutes at 350 F. Broil for the last couple minutes to slightly brown the cheese but keep watch so it doesn't burn.

Dice green onions, and serve on the side. Add sour cream, salsa, and guacamole to serving bowls too for the table.


Definitely a meal made for sharing!


Enjoy!





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Old 08-18-2014, 09:38 AM
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okay that sounds good thank you for the recipe
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I love making this recipe too. It is gone soon as I set it out LOL
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You're welcome and thanks, guys!


Sometimes too, when I want to make the nachos a little lighter and not so heavy, I omit the beans.
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okay thank you for the information
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Old 08-19-2014, 07:55 PM
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2 cups flour
2 cups sugar
3 t baking powder
1 T oleo and enough milk to make it about like cake batter about 2 cups
mix all this together and put in a cake pan 9 X 13
then pour 6 cups cups of sliced peaches or whatever fruit you like blueberries also make a good cobbler
then mix 1 cup sugar and 1 cup hot water mix and pour over fruit and bake at 375 degrees until brown on top
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Old 08-19-2014, 07:58 PM
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What does the T stand for with the oleo?
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it stands for Tablespoon
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ok you may want to change that so others will know
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Even I knew that one, Lig!


Thanks for the recipe, Raccoon.

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Well it could of been for teaspoon
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