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    Default Cowboy Soup

    Easy, fast, and delicious.

    1 pound ground beef
    1 small onion, chopped
    1 can mixed veggies (do not drain)
    1 can creamed corn
    1 can of Spanish rice (or box- make per directions)
    1 can Rotel tomatoes
    1 can stewed tomatoes

    In soup pot, brown the ground beef with onions until beef is cooked. Make boxed rice if you can't find canned rice. Add rice and other ingredients to pot and simmer until hot.

    If you double or triple the recipe, you can refrigerate leftovers or freeze them in a large, sturdy Ziploc freezer bag. (Our family does this a lot).

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    Sounds good. We don't have Rotel tomatoes where I live, but I'm sure I could substitute another kind. I'd have to use ground tofu though.

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    Pacific Breeze, to substitute for Rotel, you can use 1 16 oz can of any diced tomatoes and a small can of hot green chiles. If you don't like it spicy, the chiles are unnecessary. It is really a great recipe!

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    I love spicy food, so I'll definitely be adding the chilies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pacific breeze View Post
    I love spicy food, so I'll definitely be adding the chilies.

    I could ship you a care package with several cans of Rotel in exchange for a few of those wonderful Aero bars we cannot get south of the border...

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    I would probably chop up my own veggies. I'm not much on canned veggies -- not as nutritious.

    I find Aero bars too sweet. I do like Coffee Crisps tho, but they've gotten sweeter too. What's with every chocolate bar being sickly sweet these days? They weren't always that sweet.

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    I love Aero bars. Many of my friends in the US ask me to ship them some. I could drop a few in the mail for you if you like Undercover Gator
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    The name itself makes me want to try this. Cowboy soup? How adorable.
    I can't believe you don't get Aero bars.
    And to think i've taken them for granted.

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