Stovetop Skillet Tamale Pie

  • frankieanne 5 years ago
    posted by Linebb956
    Stove Topskillet Tamale Pie
    Mrtnzangel8 made this before and added a picture. But, I didn't see a link back and I couldn't find it listed in the Beta Reviews so here it is. I apologize if its already been linked back somehow.
    I was going to make chili today but when I opened up the cupboard I spied a Jiffy cornbread mix! Yum! So, I did a search for "tamale pie" and then clicked on "stovetop" thinking something like this may pop up. And it did! Nice and tasty. Kid friendly. I didn't have any tomato sauce (what's up with that??) but found a "recipe" online that said to do one part water to one part tomato paste so that's what I did.
    I ate more than I should have. Its yummy stuff!
    There's a bit more on the recipe.
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  • NPMarie 5 years ago said:
    I adore 1 pan meals! This reminds me of the crock pot tamale pie recipe of Pat's I always make! Don't ya love Jiffy Cornbread!! Looks yummy, great pic!
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  • NPMarie 5 years ago said:
    I bookmarked the recipe..noticed the IMI link wasn't there..you should do it since you did this nice review!!!
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  • mommyluvs2cook 5 years ago said:
    Yum that looks good! I always drain my beans too, the liquid is so mucky and gooey, yuck!
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  • frankieanne 5 years ago said:
    Yeah, I don't get not draining and rinsing beans. Yuck! :)
    I had thought about Pat's crockpot recipe but it was too late for that. But, I think it would be nice to add some chopped onion in with the ground beef in this. Plus, a can of corn would stretch it a bit more.
    Thank you, ladies. :)
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  • lovebreezy 5 years ago said:
    I never really heard of draining canned beans before recently. I don't drain and rinse probably because that's what I grew up with. Think you would loose some of the flavor but also some of the salt which would be a good thing.
    I couldn't find another review either. Must be one of those misnamed ones assuming there is another review thread out there. If so, it will turn up in time.
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  • Good4U 5 years ago said:
    Gorgeous pic, Frankie! I do drain and rinse kidney beans. I have never seen a recipe specifically saying not to do so before. LOL I personally think it is yucky not to do, but that is what I was taught to do with them:) I drain and rinse most things in a can as I am salt sensitive. I don't use many canned goods anymore. I searched and searched but could not find a review on this either. I think this is a superb review:)
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  • frankieanne 5 years ago said:
    Oh, thank you. This tastes good the next day, too. :)
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  • mommyluvs2cook 5 years ago said:
    :)
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