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Beef & Bean Chile Verde

January/February 2008

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (547 votes)

Chile Verde, usually a slow-cooked stew of pork, jalapeños and tomatillos, becomes an easy weeknight meal with quick-cooking ground beef and store-bought green salsa. Make it a Meal: Serve with fresh cilantro, red onion and Monterey Jack. Add your favorite hot sauce.



READER'S COMMENT:
"This recipe was great and so quick. I used 94% lean ground turkey, added some corn and also added a little tomato paste to thicken it up and give it some color. I only used an 8 oz jar of green taco sauce because I didn't realize it...
Beef & Bean Chile Verde

91 Reviews for Beef & Bean Chile Verde

09/21/2009
Anonymous

We loved it - used a jar of El Pinto mild green chili sauce.

Judy Russell, Fort Worth, TX

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Just made this for dinner tonight. It is very flavorful and very easy. I left out the cayene and cumin (didn't have either) and used Thick and Chunky salsa verde, their "medium" hot version. My husband and I liked it and I will make again.

Anonymous, Brentwood, CA

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Had some extra ground beef in the house and wanted to make something quick. This recipe is PERFECT! For dinner I placed it over rice and for lunch the next day, I placed it over a bed of spinach! So yummy! I will probably add more veggies to the recipe next time!

Jenna Jackson, New York, NY

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Great recipe! I substituted ground turkey for the beef, added two diced tomatillos, and added half red pepper and half bell pepper, and added an extra can of black beans. Delicious! Couldnt tell that it wasnt beef. Flexible recipe and its good for you.

Michelle, Katy, TX

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09/21/2009
Anonymous

Very good, very easy, a real crowd pleaser for a holiday caroling party. Would consider for a Super Bowl party.

Amalia, San Francisco, CA

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