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Beefy One-Pot Dinner

Beefy One-Pot Dinner recipe
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This Beefy One-Pot Dinner recipe is a keeper—a quick and easy dish with cheesy potatoes, baked beans and tangy BBQ sauce, ready to serve in 35 minutes.
35 min
35 min
4 servings, 1-1/4 cups each
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Fast & easy down home cooking with great flavor.
Tried this recipe twice. First time- BBQ sauce was a little over powering. The second time- about 1 TBS of BBQ sauce, some tomato sauce and worcheshire sauce which was better, gave it a campfire, wood grilled taste. But it still seemed to be missing something even though it had the meat and veggies. The next night I put into a casserole dish and dropped some Bisquick biscuits on top, baked. Served with a small salad, we liked a lot better.
Very good, make for my family all the time, especially great over some white rice and with biscuits
I used our favorite BBQ sauce that we usually always use, but it was too sweet for this dish. I recommend using a more vinegar based BBQ sauce instead.
This is a favorite at our house! I usually add an extra cup of either chicken stock or beef stock whichever I have in the fridge and some egg noodles. It turns out more like chili. It's so good :)
I added a can of diced tomatoes and used a can of Bush's steakhouse recipe beans. I also served it over brown rice. It was fantastic - I also added a green pepper diced up since we love peppers and onions in everything. Good as is - but better with the steakhouse beans and brown rice. Quick and easy meal.
Too sweet as written. Trade out baked beans for ranch style beans.
I tweeked this recipe and used a can of tomato soup instead of bbq sauce. I added a splash or worcheshire sauce, salt and pepper to taste and it was great! It was quick and easy. Very tastey, i would definately cook it again.
This was easy and the ingredients are things I almost always have on hand. I served it with fresh corn on the cob and sliced home grown tomoatoes. Made as directed with two exceptions. I added salt and pepper and drained off most of the water before adding the beans and BBQ sauce since several reviewers commented that it was too watery. I liked it a lot, my son said it was good and ok to fix again, my husband thought it was too sweet and thought it could use some hot sauce and my daughter added A.1. steak sauce. Overall, it's a good solid recipe and easy to tweet to your liking.
Easy and delicious! I used Yoshida's in place of the BBQ sauce because I didnt realize I was out of it. We had it with croissants. This was a great last minute dinner that I will definitly make again.
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