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Southwest Beef and Bell Pepper Skillet

Southwest Beef and Bell Pepper Skillet recipe
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Want creamy, cheesy Southwest authenticity? It's right here, with savory ground beef, bell peppers and green chiles in one easy 25-minute skillet.
25 min
25 min
6 servings, 1-1/3 cups each
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It was flavorful and very good, the only problem is my rice was still hard. What did I do wrong? Could someone help me so I can make this again? I was thinking cook the rice before, unlike what the receipe says....any ideas?
A tasty and easy dish to prepare after work, and have it all cleaned up easily! My husband even licked the spoon clean, and my teenager at his whole plateful! Delish, Kraft!!
I loved how quick and easy this was. I thought two peppers were too much so I used 1 red pepper, my kids loved it too.
I read the reviews about it being bland so I added 2 tbsp taco seasoning and 1 tbsp chili powder. It still was not enough to season it well. I also added 1 can of pinto beans for fiber and to make it go further. I like the list of ingredients and how quickly it came together, it just needs so work in the flavor department.
My husband liked this but I thought it came out a bit bland. It came out exactly as pictured but just lacked flavor. I will add something to give it a kick next time like cayenne, cumin, or salsa.
very bland. lacked flavor
It was good because it changed up our original fajita recipe we make on a weekly basis. I did add taco seasoning, onion, garlic, salt, pepper, and cumin to give it a little spice from other people saying it was bland. We didn't eat it by itself but made burritos with it with sour cream and salsa. It made a lot of leftovers that we froze to eat next week. A good recipe.
I thought it was pretty good and VERY easy to make. It made WAY more than I was expecting which was nice because it didn't cost alot to make :)
I seen this recipe and seen the reviews and I am big on flavor so I went ahead and added some pinto beans and I canot stand taco seasoning so made my own mixture and also done the cayenne and onions at the beginning. Great dish making again tonight. But only have whole grain brown rice curious if it will be the same.
Excellent recipe. I added taco seasoning to the meat for extra flavor and used Kraft Cheddar Pepper Jack shredded cheese for an extra kick. Also, didn't broil or bake since my pan can't go in the oven. I just threw the cheese in and stirred it up. Served in tortillas. New family favorite!
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