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|By :Thasneen Naina|
|Browse Category||Soups, Stews & Broths|
|Diet||Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Low Carb, Paleo|
|Cooking Technique||Pressure Cook|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||25 minutes|
Thas is the author of Cooking with Thas, a popular food blog with recipes from Indian, American and Fusion Cuisines. She creates simple recipes and makes cooking look effortless. She has over 100K followers on Facebook. She also posts several videos a month with her creations. She believes: “You don’t have to be an expert to cook delicious food. Do it with all your heart, sprinkle some love and share with a smile on your face.”
I served it over mashed potatoes, topped with shredded colby and Monterey Jack cheeses.
This is stupendous!! Going on my favorite list.
Easy to make and we’re serving it over chips with shredded cheese on top. Kind of a cross between nachos and frito chili pie.
Simple, wuick and delish. Just what i was looking for to mix things up on our ground beef nights
Simple and good BUT ignore the direction to stir the meat with a wooden spoon. Do not ever use a wooden spoon (or cutting board) with uncooked meat!
Very good! I always use broth in place of water when it’s called for. In this case, I doubled the meat and spices and substituted beef broth for water and used only 1 cup.
Very good. Added some cubed sweet potato. Ate this like a “chili” with corn muffins on the side.
This is hearty & satisfying. We served over spaghetti. Bow tie pasta or macaroni would also be good.
I added black pepper.
BEst ever for empanadas making these for yeArs n it doesnt beat insta pot recipe. My keeper for life . Just ausume tasting.
Made 40 empanadas today so easy in insta pot they were flying off the table. A must have item
Very good except I doubled the recipe and it was WAY too liquidy so we literally had to dump it into a strainer.
Ate over spaghetti noodles & topped with parm cheese…really good
It is really good i wish i could make my own thing.
I can see this becoming very popular in my Dinner rotation. It not only has a “comfort food” esthetic, but it also has a very satisfying ethnic food mystique. And it does both with a grand nod to balance. Spicy, but not too spicy. Sweet, but not too sweet. Very few dishes hit the perfect mark… but this comes close. I should say I had no corn or bell pepper, but i was still able to keep the goal for flavor in balance.
I think i will use this as a salsa next party!
Really easy and good tasting.
Solid recipe. Works well with cheese and other veggies.
Been making this off and on throughout the year. I also add in some diced jalapenos and a few drops of hot sauce to give it a kick.
turned out great. I served in wide bowls as soup with nachos lining the sides. Mozzarella and sour cream on top. yummy