This chili recipe comes to you from Tracie Greening who is an AVID teacher at Anwatin Junior High, wife, and mother of 3 children. Tracie made this for a little event at Anwatin and when I tasted it I really liked it. Surprise, surprise this is not a slow food recipe, but a smart recipe for people who are on the go and want a quick, nutritious and good tasting meal that anyone would like. Many thanks Tracie!
Tracie Greening wrote: I actually got this recipe from a friend of mine in Wichita, KS ~Tami VanSteenburg.
1 Can pinto beans (I also add another can of black beans)
1 Can Rotel tomatoes with green chilies (or habaneras if you can handle it)
1 can diced tomatoes
1 jar of mushrooms
1 can of sliced olives
1 can of corn
1 lb. ground beef (brown and then add Ortega Chipotle taco seasoning to it and let it simmer)
Bubble, bubble no toil. No trouble.
Your comments are welcome.