Tonights DInner

Cowboy Crock pot stew

compliments of  headless family  via Year of Crockpotting

–1 pound browned hamburger (can use turkey)
–2 cloves chopped garlic
–1 can tomato sauce
–1 can diced Italian seasoned tomatoes
–1 can corn, drained
–2 cans whole baby potatoes, drained (unless you can find a great big can of potatoes)
–1 can tomatoes with green chilies
–1 can Ranch Style beans (with the baked beans in the grocery store)
–1 cup water
–sliced jalapeno peppers for garnish (optional)

The Directions.

This makes a lot. Make sure that your crockpot is at least 5qts.

Brown the hamburger with the chopped garlic cloves on the stove top. Drain the fat. Let sit in the pan for a bit to cool.

Open all of you cans, and dump them into the crockpot. Drain the corn and the potatoes, but add the rest of the can liquid to the crockpot.

After adding all of the can contents, add the browned meat and a cup of water. Stir with a spoon to mix a bit.

Cover and cook on low for 8-10 hours, or on high for 4-5. Soup and stew tastes better the longer you cook it, so opt for the longer cooking time if you can.

Garnish with sliced jalapeno peppers, if desired.

Recycle your cans!

this was good, smelled great. it was a little bland but with some Mortons Seasoning Salt it was better.
i also modified this by adding an Onion, some Chili Pepper, and a dash of Paprika for just a bit more kick, unfortunately it had just a little too much kick and made my nose run just a tad. 

About alanamarie26

Marine Wife, Mom, Student. Trying to keep a household running while going to school full time.
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