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15-Minute Chili-Cheeseburger Skillet

15-Minute Chili-Cheeseburger Skillet recipe
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Cheeseburgers or mac and cheese? No need to decide. This better-for-you skillet marries the flavors of both—with a dash of chili powder for good measure.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
5/2/2007
Kind of bland, needs more spices. Very easy to make. Will make again with added spices.
posted:
4/24/2007
Quick and easy idea. Needed sooo much more flavor. Will make again with more seasoning. Kids ate it, but mom and dad needed more flavor.
posted:
4/24/2007
I browned meat with garlic powder, pepper, and whorsteshire sauce. Used stir fry veggies cause that's what I had. The changes were enough to make it a tasty meal. My husband and I both would eat this again. I was skeptical, but it is good.
posted:
4/17/2007
I read the comments on this recipe before I made it so I tweaked it a little. I used corn instead of broccoli and substituted bbq for the ketchup. The two best things about this recipe are: it's quick and it's easy. If i do make this again it will be fore those reasons.
posted:
3/13/2007
Because of other comments, I did season the beef with cumin, chili, and garlic powder. Instead of ketchup I did use BBQ sauce. The last thing I would say is leave the broccoli as a side, and use an onion instead.
posted:
3/12/2007
The taste was rather bland , but edible. It definately needs some tweaking.
posted:
2/6/2007
Easy enough for my 15 year old to make dinner!
posted:
2/6/2007
I have made this recipe a few times and everytime I make it, my husband and I fight over who gets the last scoop of it. The only thing I changed was...I used chopped broccoli instead of florets and ground turkey instead of beef. This recipe is fast and really good.
posted:
1/31/2007
This recipe needed some work. I added corn instead of broccoli because my family isn't a big fan of the green stuff. I also added garlic powder and substituted 1/8 of a cup of bbq sauce for 1/8 cup of ketchup. Then right at the end I added 1 1/2 cup of mozz. cheese on top and let it melt. Other than that it was really good.
posted:
1/31/2007
This wasn't so great. I didn't add the broccoli because who puts that on a chili cheeseburger...?? I thought it was a bit dry and a bland. If you make this you might want to add some velveta cheese... also some extra seasoning. The one upside is that it's a very quick recipe and good for a busy night... It's okay if your family isn't too picky...
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