corn flour is Masa Harina, for this recipe I love peppers so I added fresh/diced jalepeno (no seeds, just ribs), fresh anaheim peppers and diced green and red bell peppers. Also, I think fresh garlic is much better, at least granulated garlic instead of the garlic powder. I make a LOT of this at once, because I make a LOT of mexican food at home, so I set the entire garlic clove in the oven (while I'm baking something else) for a few minutes and then chop it up and add it. I like to first use beef broth, not a lot, but a good concentration, almost boiling to first brown the beef, then add the veggies (sauted in a separate pan), afterwards and let the whole recipe simmer quite a bit while I'm doing other things. The flavors marry very nicely, and I agree about using the food processor(today's ground beef is not the quality of my Mom's and grandmother's). I have drained the beef, ground it and added it back to the broth and let the broth cook down with the veggies, but mostly it's for texture. (The kids are picky, but at work, it's not that big of deal)
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corn flour is Masa Harina, for this recipe I love peppers so I added fresh/diced jalepeno (no...