No boring ground beef recipes…start the week with this delicious Mexican ground beef casserole! ! Juicy, cheesy, and full of Mexican flavors, this stew is made with corn, chili/bell pepper, and black beans.
Quick meal ideas that are on your table in 30 minutes in one bowl!
Mexican Ground Beef Casserole with rice
This is the starting point of the chipotle peppers I shared a few weeks ago. Why should I be bothered?
Because when I post a pork recipe on Instagram, people keep asking if it’s made with chicken.
When I show chicken thighs, people ask if they can be made with chicken breasts. When I post
Jalapeños, people ask if it can be made without cayenne pepper… chili video, drooling as the beef filling oozes out and good thing you don’t have chili in your freezer.
Here is the Mexican-inspired rice mince casserole recipe. That’s great to hear! ! !
What you need for Mexican Ground Beef Casserole
This is what you need. Feel free to replace the peppers, beans, and peas with any other vegetables you like—you’ll need about 5 to 6 cups of vegetables in total.
How to make this Mexican Rice Casserole
A quick pot that’s on the table in 30 minutes!
It basically starts by browning the beef with onions and garlic, then adding more Mexican seasoning, rice and juice, stirring frequently, and then baking until the rice is tender.
For added flavor, I like to add cheese and scallions to keep it fresh (and I love doing this because I enjoy watching the cheese melt in rice), add some more cheese on top, cover and leave for a minute to release the heat to melt the cheese. wait.
The texture of this casserole is similar to creamy risotto—except that it tastes like runny enchiladas.
I love the taste and texture of corn and beans – more fun!
Another quick beef mince recipe!
Regular readers know that I’m a big fan of ground beef. It’s easy – no chopping required and lots of it. It is a good flavor absorber for quick cooking.
This Mexican Rice Casserole is the newest addition to my earthenware recipes. Except for the bolognese (this is without a doubt my favorite recipe!
), some of my favorites are:
- Quick Asian Beef Bowls – this recipe has a lot of fans! !
- Salisbury Steak – juicy meatballs with mushroom sauce
- Juicy Italian Meatballs – all meatballs, really!
- Chili con carne, beef tacos, baked penne, baked pasta, moussaka, meatballs, homemade hamburger service….
I have to stop.
I love them! Of course I am. Otherwise I wouldn’t have shared the recipe! !