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Texican Hash: Mouthwatering Monday

If your mouth isn’t watering just looking at that picture… well, then you’re certainly not a Texan.

This dish is easily adjustable and one of my favorites.
It is crispy and spicy and the flavors just explode on your tongue in a wonderful tonguegasmic taste fiesta.
I can crockpot it or leave it simmering on the stove for hours while I blog read clean house and teach my children to speak multiple languages.
The ingredients are simple and the recipe is a dash of this and a can of that.

So here goes.

Texican Hash

* 2 pounds of lean ground beef (I use 90/10)
* 2 packages taco seasoning
* 1 can corn (big can)
* 1 can black beans (big can)
* 1/4 C nacho sliced jalapenos, chopped
* 3 chipotles in adobo sauce, chopped
* 1 large yellow onion, chopped
* 1 (7 oz) can diced green chilies
for the topping and layering
* Shredded cheddar or Mexican Blend Cheese
* 1 bag corn tortilla chips
* Sour cream and green onions and salsa for garnish

In a very large skillet or stock pot brown Ground Beef and then cook according to taco seasoning instructions.
Now comes the fun part :-).
Dump all of the ingredients in with the ground beef and stir well. Bring to a lovely bubbling heat and then turn the heat down to simmer, put the lid on it and simmer for at least 30 to 45 minutes, stirring occasionally.
(You could let this simmer for hours if you so desire, just stir occasionally)

In a 9X13 (or whatever sizes you have handy) baking dish place a layer of corn tortilla chips. Top with hash. top with cheese.
Repeat until dish is full. Finish off with a layer of chips and cheese.
You could purty it up by laying sliced jalapenos on top of the cheese.

Heat in a 375 degree F oven until the cheese is all gooey and melted and bubbling like hot delicious cheesy lava.

Scoop out onto a plate or bowl, top with sour cream, salsa and green onions. Devour.

You can come back and thank me later.

This is one of those delightfully easy dishes that can be adjusted to your family’s spiciness level or you can take away or add all different kinds of ingredients to make it your own.

* you can add diced tomatoes or charro beans or whatever you want to make this your own. I use one hot and spicy taco seasoning and one original. Enjoy!!!

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31 Comments

  1. Nom Nom Nom!!

    Did I mention we’re making your Simple Salmon this month? We put it on the menu…Yummy!!

    I heart you!

    ~Q

  2. That looks awesome! Kind of like nachos — but even better! I think I may just have to give this one a try.

  3. Dang… now I drooled on my keyboard… you gotta stop posting stuff that makes my mouth water like that…

    J/ (goteeman.blogspot.com)

  4. Oh, my, yummy! If only hubby weren’t off the beef right now!! And, I just can’t do the turkey. Maybe I’ll try a substitute?!?

  5. I bet it’s yummy, but once again you got those dang veggies in there ๐Ÿ˜‰ Actually I make a taco soup in the crockpot that is similar, minus all that healty stuff, heehee!

  6. My wife might chew the screen looking at that– she was just saying how badly she wants tacos/burritos now that we already had something else for dinner.

  7. This is currently on my stoge AS WE SPEAK, and it smells absolutely divine (and I sneaked a taste, and it tastes great too) Thanks for this!

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