Well, we already had some great tender beef so I somewhat adapted this recipe. I cooked the onion and green peppers with oil and garlic (at least double what it called for), then I added the beef stock, tomato paste, and used a can of enchilada sauce instead of tomato sauce to give it more flavor and less of a tomatoey taste. Although I adapted the recipe, I still give it only 4 stars because I had to add quite a bit more seasoning to get it to taste delicious instead of just okay. It's a great base recipe! I served it more mexican style with corn tortillas and traditional toppings but it would be great with rice and beans as well!
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Well, we already had some great tender beef so I somewhat adapted this recipe. I cooked the...