Wild West Cowboy Stew
These men expected a hearty dish for their lunch which they could heat up over an open fire... Wah-lah! Cowboy Stew!
As the sun set, these cowboys galloped to their homesteads, happy to kiss their queens, thanking her for the savory lunch meal, but most of all--- she was kissed because she was so sorely missed.
(Haha!) There is no great story, but thought I would get you going! ((lol))
1 lbground beef, browned and drained
28ounces of diced tomatoes-- juice included so dont drain
2standard cans of cream style corn
2cans of chili with beans, juice included
1standard can rotel tomatoes, juice included
1standard can sliced potatoes, juice included
How to Make Wild West Cowboy Stew
- Place all in large pot, bring to a boil, then reduce heat and simmer for 1 hour, stirring occasionally.
Serve with Mexican corn bread or regular corn bread or crusty bread.
Did you notice I did not mention salt nor pepper?
Your man will thank you for this great little hearty meal! Yum!