1 lb. ground beef
3 cups white rice (uncooked)
1 (8oz) can of tomato sauce
1 (15 oz) can black beans (don't need to drain)
3/4 cup kernel corn
taco seasoning (check to make sure GF and DF, we use Ortega and are OK with it. There are many homemade taco seasoning recipes that are allergen friendly), to taste
salt to taste
This is a very flexible meal in terms of amounts. Fry the ground beef in a large frying pan with deep sides until cooked, breaking into small pieces. Reduce heat to low or med.-low and dump in rice, tomato sauce, and look at recommended amount of water for the rice you are cooking. Subtract 1 cup from the water recommendations and add the remainder of the water. (If your rice package says to use 5 cups water for 3 cups rice, use 4 here because of the liquid from the tomato sauce and later the black beans) Add desired amount of taco seasoning and stir well. Cover and cook until liquid mostly absorbed. Add black beans and kernel corn and cook till rice is done. If there's excess water, cook without lid for a few minutes while stirring frequently. If for some reason your rice is dry, add more water as you go, but you shouldn't need to. Taste and add more taco seasoning and/or salt to desired flavor.
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