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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.
5 min
30 min
4 servings
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Kind of bland, needs more spices. Very easy to make. Will make again with added spices.
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.
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.
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.
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.
The taste was rather bland , but edible. It definately needs some tweaking.
Easy enough for my 15 year old to make dinner!
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.
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.
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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