1 lb extra lean ground beef 1 med onion chopped 1 green pepper chopped or use the frozen blend 1 can condensed tomato soup 1/4 cup salsa 2 T ketchup 1 pkg 8 1/2oz corn bread muffin mix Minced parsley (opt)
In large skillet cook, beef, onion and pepper until browned. Drain fat. Stri in soup, salsa, and ketchup. Prepare cornbread batter according to package directions. Let stand for 2 minutes. Spoon over beef mixture. Bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes or until lightly browned.
If you are not on a gluten restricted diet you can use any cornbread mix. If you are be careful which tomato soup you use. You can also add other vegetables, corn, black beans, etc. Just be sure to add the calories in.
It was very easy to make, very quick. As a busy Mom I appreciate that. It tasted alright, but a little too sweet for my taste. I added a can of corn, maybe black beans would balance out the sweet of the tomato soup. My husband loved it though.
i ruined this something terrible. i put 2 boxes of cornbread mix, instead of one and that was way, way too much! once we were able to dig through the cornbread the food underneath was good. we used carrots and corn and didnt use salsa. it was tasty, if not a tad sweet. will make a 2nd attempt!
This was so yummy! I added a zuchini and a yellow squash to punch up the veggie factor, and I used a small can of tomato sauce instead of the soup and added frozen corn kernels to the cornbread topping. Soooo good! Served it with a salad, and my husband loved it!
I haven't tried this recipe nor can I. You have it listed as gluten free but if your cornbread mix is something like jiffy mix etc. or the vast majority of mixes in the grocery store, it has wheat which has gluten. If your mix was gluten free, you need to specify the brand you used. Ketchup is iffy.
i generally don't cook with tomato soup, as i find it too sweet tasting...i think i will try this next time with tomato sauce and see if it tastes better to me. but i loved how quick it goes together after a long day on my feet at work.
I made this tonight and my picky husband liked it. I left out the soup and added an 8 oz. Can of low-sodium tomato sauce, a can of Libbys Naturals corn , a can of black beans (rinsed well), 2 cloves of minced garlic, black pepper and a little salt to taste. Will definitely make again.