Recipe by Minute® Rice
"This easy one-dish meal with ground beef, beans, spicy tomatoes, and cheese is ready to serve in less than half an hour."
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Minute® White or Brown Rice, uncooked
1 (15 ounce) can
1 (10 ounce) can
diced tomatoes and green chilies
1 (12 ounce) bag
crushed tortilla chips
prepared cheese product, cut into cubes, divided
Easy to prepare and yummy! I made a few very minor changes: I didn't have tomatoes with chiles so I used one can diced tomatoes and one small can chopped green chiles; added one small can sliced black olives (I love black olives!); I seasoned the meat/rice mixture with garlic powder and onion powder. I served with sour cream and salsa. I might use taco seasoning in the meat/rice mixture the next time I make this but it was yummy as I made it last night.
The recipe was decent not to say it wasn't bad. However, it may be good to spice up the meat a little with some taco seasoning and maybe add some onions. Something was missing and in my next go around, those additions, plus a little hot sauce should do the trick.
This was an excellent recipe. Surprisingly, the tortilla chips were delightful. They were crisp yet a little chewy, just like nachos. I loved it. I added a few things, instead of tomatoes with green chiles I used some fresh hot peppers, dried chipotle seasoning, cayenne pepper, and some frontera chipotle salsa and fresh tomatoes. I also added cheese to the top. It truly was a great base for a great casserole.
YUM! This was totally delicious! My husband and I both loved it. As much as I hate when people rate a recipe and say they changed it, well I must admit I made some small changes too. First off I had to use kidney beans because I was out of chili beans. I also added chili powder, garlic powder, and a bit of taco seasoning. I also used less ground beef and more rice because that's what I had on hand. Still this came out awesome. I wasn't really sure about using Velveeta instead of shredded cheddar but it melted nicely and was perfect on the chips. Using any other cheese I think would've resulted in the dish being too dry. I think next time I wouldn't drain the can of tomatoes and chili's either because I think it could use that extra liquid. We plan on using the leftovers tomorrow to make a taco salad. I'll be making this again and again! Now if only you could make my picky kids eat it!
We loved this! I read some reviews before I made it and added a package of taco seasoning along with an extra can of drained and rinsed black beans. I also layered it. Chips, cheese, mixture, chips cheese, mixture, cheese on top.... Served it with sour cream and chips, it was DELICIOUS!!!!
Loved this recipe! My brother and boyfriend really seemed to enjoy it:) I added some taco seasoning and Mrs. Dash southwestern seasoning to give it a little kick and served it with salsa and sour cream on the side. My boyfriend suggested that it might taste even better with Fritos instead of tortilla chips. Totally making this again :)
i really liked this one! i added jalepenos, onions and chipotle hot sauce to spice things up! i think i might use some more tortilla chips- it was so good!
this was pretty tasty i used spanish rice instead of just the plain rice to give it a bit more kick and seasoned the beef with seasoning salt and onion powder b4 cooking it ..and oh the black olives one reviewer mentioned sounds wonderful with this will have to try that next time. defn going into my rotation, thanks
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 283
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