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Thursday, November 02, 2006

Slow Cooker Thursday


Texas Two-Step Stew
Serve this spicy stew with warm four tortillas and cool lime wedges. Sour cream makes a tasty topper.

1. 8 ounce uncooked chorizo sausage
2. 1 medium onion, chopped
3. 1 15-ounce can Mexican-style or Tex-Mex-style chili beans
4. 1 15-ounce can hominy or 1 11-ounce can whole kernel corn with sweet peppers, drained
5. 6-ounce package regular Spanish-style rice mix

1. Remove casings from sausage, if present. In a medium skillet cook sausage and onion over medium heat until sausage is no longer pink. Drain fat. Transfer sausage mixture to a slow cooker. Stir in undrained chili beans, hominy, and the seasoning packet contents from the rice mix, if present (set aside remaining rice mix). Pour 6 cups water over all.

2. Cook on low-heat setting for 4-6 hrs or on high-heat for 2-3 hours. Stir in remaining rice mix. Cook on low-heat setting for 1 hour more.

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11 comments:

gail said...

This sounds really good, I love spicy things!
I like all these different recipes.

Jessica said...

I love anything spicy! I can't wait to try this!

Eagles Wings said...

Sounds good! I love sausage....
Thanks for a new recipe!
Blessings

Faith said...

MMMMMM! What time should i get there?

Catch said...

how about you cook it Michelle and I will come for dinner! lol

Barb said...

I wonder if anyone knows about hominy. I grew up on it and it's amazing I never cook with it. My family doesn't even know about hominy. As a good southern girl raised in southeat Texas, I'm ashamed of myself for that. This recipe will rectify that little oversight right away. This sounds wonderful. Wait till I tell Rob and the girls what the white round things are! You're a genius. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

PEA said...

This does sound very delish even though I don't care for spicy food! lol My oldest son Shawn loves it though so I'll print out this recipe to give to him:-)

BStrong said...

I gain weight just from viewing your blog.

Miranda said...

This sounds great! I love Tex-mex. I don't know if i can find chorizo around here though, maybe i could just use ground chicken or turkey.

Deb said...

Sounds just right for the weather here right now. We're in the 60's, which is our low, but at night it gets pretty chilly.

Your recipe sounds awesome.

BTW, I loved your post about Christmas traditions.

Sandra said...

Love this Michelle, definitely a keeper for me, can't wait to try it :)

Sorry I'm so slow on the comments this past week, I'm sure you understand why :)

Thank you for the sweet comments you left on my blog, it's friends like you that make everything so much easier :)

Big hugs,
Sandra