Crazypotato98 said "the first time I made it, my husband came into the kitchen when I was not there and ate some. Then he found me and said, “What was that wonderful guisado you made?” A guisado is basically the word for stew, but not eaten like soup but instead spooned onto bread or tostada shells or rolled up in tortillas."
Now it's a favorite at their house. This version is so simple to make, your family will love it too. The nutrition facts for this great recipe can be found at Calorie Count!
24 oz 90% Lean Ground Beef
4 oz Fresh Chopped Onions
1/3 cup, chopped Green Pepper
10.75 oz Tomato Soup
3 tsp Worcestershire Sauce
3 tsp Yellow Mustard
Cook ground beef, onion, and green pepper and drain off fat when meat is browned.
Stir in the soup, Worcestershire Sauce, and mustard.
Bring to boiling; reduce heat. Siimmer, covered, for 5 minutes.
Serve on toasted buns with whatever condiments you desire (pickles, etc.)
Excellent served with a side of oven-baked fries or oven-baked sweet potato fries with a dash of nutmeg and seasoned salt.
I’ve also found that some nice baked acorn squash tastes good as a side with the sloppy Joes.