Recipe by Dianne VanHuss
"A fast dish to prepare when you are short on time, but still need to provide a hot, nutritious meal."
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green bell pepper, chopped
1 (8.75 ounce) can
whole kernel corn, drained
1 (15 ounce) can
chili with beans
ground black pepper
Been making this for years, it's a great easy dish. I've always spiced it up with some extra chopped red chilies and also cover with shredded cheddar.
I've made this for years, but with a few different variations. 1st and most importantly, I put ground beef in mine along with 1 chili seasoning for every lb. of beef. 2nd, loads of cheddar chz. 3rd, I prefer the texture of the rotini noodle to elbow macaroni. Then I top it off with extra cheddar and some hot giardiniera. I find this to be a much more satisfying meal. I usually make enough to be frozen and reheated at a later date. P.S. ALL my friends RAVE about this! I guess what I really transformed this into is a glorified chili but it's AWESOME.... ENJOY!!!!
It was pretty good. Tasted like it was missing something though.
This was a good meatless dinner. I used all the ingredients, just served it differently. Because my DH isn't a huge fan of meatless, I added an extra can of chili beans to give the dish extra substance. Not exactly sure about the beans, I bought a can of Bush's® Chili Magic (15.5oz) and Brooks® Chili Beans (15.5 oz)and used the listed amounts of all the other ingredients. Because our 2-yr. old niece was eating with us, I had to use mild beans, otherwise I would have bought hot beans. I didn't mix the cooked pasta in the dish as I knew there would be leftovers. So instead, I served the beans mixture over mini penne pasta. This is how I would do so, again. I pulled a small portion out for our niece and then added cayenne pepper to ours. I thought the non-cayenne pepper was good but we really enjoyed the spiced up version. Cottage Cheese, fresh strawberries and French bread were served with the dish. We have plenty of leftovers for lunch today.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 88
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