A very easy one pan supper to make, that's not only full of flavour, but loaded with veg too. If you don't want as much heat, use less chilli or omit it all together.
I loved this recipe, thank you so much for sharing. It was so easy and quick to make but oh so delicious. I unintentionaly tweaked it. I didnt have either Soya or Worcester Sauce in :O What kind of cook am I One that sends the eldest skivvy down to the local mini market...sorry I mean much loved child that is occassionaly forced to help :D....came back empty handed. so I improvised with a pinch of chilli and some v dry white wine...the sugar and vinegar gave the flavour. Some Tortilla wraps found their way from the fridge to the table as did a green salad with parmesan. A most bizarre fusion but it worked :D Cant wait to do it again with correct ingrediants. Love everytime x x - 08 Dec 2012
This was really good. I made the recipe with a few changes. I cooked the veggies first and removed them. Then I cooked the meat. When the meat was browned I added the veggies back in. I then added a couple of Tbls flour and mixed that around.Then I added a couple of cups of beef broth and stirred to make a gravy. Then added the rest of the seasonings. I cooked up some elbow macaroni and added that. The family loved it and so did I. The flavor was awesome. - 29 Sep 2010 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Excellent recipe and scrumptious. I made it without the jalapeno and green beans, but added some Tabasco sauce to give it the extra bit of flavor. Very satisfying meal. Next time I'll serve it with rice. - 30 May 2011 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)