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« on: March 30, 2004 08:59:10 PM »

First you cook some LEAN ground beef or ground turkey. Season with 1-4 teaspoons of chilli powder, 1/4 teaspoon onion powder, 1/2 teaspoon garlic powder, and however much crushed red pepper you want. Add a chopped onion. Cook all this until meat is fully browned.
(If you don't eat meat, I suggest just using some refried beans and maybe tofu- I don't eat tofu so I dunno how to cook it).

Once the meat is cooked, add to it 1 can enchilada sauce, 1 can green chilies, 1 can chili beans, and one can refried beans if you want. Stir it all together and let it simmer.

Meanwhile, crush up some tortilla chips in a 9x11 casserole dish (the ones at the bottom of the bag are perfect). Then add the warmed up beef and bean mixture, pouring over chips. Then spread some sour cream over top (you usually need one half to one whole container to spread over, depending on how much you want). Then sprinkle salsa over the sour cream. Sprinkle cheese and more broken tortilla chips on top.

Put in a 350 degree oven for about 20 minutes, check it often. When the cheese on top and the stuff underneath is bubbling through, it's good.

Let cool a big, scoop out and eat like a dip with more chips.

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« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2004 11:55:09 AM »

actually, for this sort of recipe i think dried TVP is a better substitute than wet tofu...it cooks up just like ground beef taco meat.  at least, i think it does!  i haven't eaten meat in so long that i've apparently lost the ability to tell what is like it.  

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« Reply #2 on: June 21, 2005 10:04:59 AM »

I used Yves Good Ground meat substitute for this and it was faboo!  My family LOVED it.  Thanks for the great recipe.  It will be a regular in our family now.
« Reply #3 on: September 22, 2005 03:04:24 PM »

sounds good
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