1 can pinto beans 1 can black beans 1 can corn 2 cans diced tomatos with chilis 1 packet Hidden Valley Ranch Seasoning Mix 1 packet taco seasoning 1 bag Morning Star Crumbles 2 medium raw onions 1 jalapeno (optional)
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Sautee onions, chopped jalapeno (optional), crumbles, taco seasoning, hidden valley ranch seasoning and 1 cup water.
Add all other ingrediants without draining. Bring to boil and simmer for 30 minutes.
Tastes delicious! If your worried about the sodium content, I cut it back by using lower sodium taco seasoning, frozen corn instead of canned, and 1 can of no salt added diced tomatoes...and it's still great!
Nice recipe! Just a tip for those who want to reduce sodium. Replace 'taco seasoning' packets with chili powder, garlic powder and cumin. Then only add sea salt to taste for the recipe. If you keep those staples on your shelf you will never buy taco seasoning again. It is soooo much tastier! :)
So very good. Didn't even notice it wasn't the "real deal" that's made with hamburger meat. We topped ours with tortilla chips, low fat cheese, light sour cream and salsa. We are attempting a vegetarian way of life so this recipe will be in our meal rotation. Thanks for a yummy easy recipe. :)
just threw this together for lunch today- I had to swap pink beans for pinto beans - allergy...And I didn't have the crumbles so I used 90% lean ground beef - also allergic to turkey...still heating up but smells delicious - 2/25/14
I've had this recipe for years. My cousin got it from someone at a Weight Watchers meeting. It has been a family favorite since we first tried it. I haven't made it for a while. Thanks for reminding me!
This is really good and filling. I made my own Ranch and Taco seasoning mixes from Allrecipes.com, using just 1 tsp salt. Next time I'll start with no salt and add if needed. Also used 1 cup of dry tvp instead of frozen meat alternative, and added 1tsp chipotle chili powder for extra heat and smoke.
I used LAMPSFAN's suggestion to use those spices instead of season. Bush's makes low sodium pinto and black beans that have 50% less sodium and its only about 10-15 cents more a can. boil ancho and guallijo chiles use broth and i used hominy instead of regular corn to make it more like pozole
My husband got his recipe from Paula Dean. Made it veggie for me. He adds serrano in his. I had a small amount of corn chips in bottom of bowl and 1tbsp of no-fat sour cream. It was my treat night.