Saturday, August 3, 2013

Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures

Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole is ready in four hours without heating up the house!

Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures found on SlowCookerFromScratch.com
 (Photo from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures.)

There's nothing more frustrating for food bloggers than a tasty recipe that doesn't photograph well.  This Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures is an example of hard-to-photograph food, and Lynn even says, "This may not be the prettiest dinner you have ever served, but I think your family will love it."  I'd certainly agree that this tamale casserole with ground beef, cornmeal, tomatoes, olives, and grated cheese sounds delicious for a keep-the-house-cool dinner.  Lynn uses purchased taco seasoning, but I'd use a homemade version (like Kalyn's Taco Seasoning) for a from-scratch recipe.  Hope you enjoy trying this one for a Slow Cooker Summer Dinner!

Ingredients for this CrockPot Recipe:
  • Ground beef
  • egg
  • milk
  • cornmeal
  • canned corn
  • canned tomatoes
  • canned sliced olives
  • taco seasoning
  • grated cheese

Get the complete recipe for Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures.

Slow Cooked Tamale Casserole from Lynn's Kitchen Adventures found on SlowCookerFromScratch.com

More Ideas with Ground Beef in the Slow Cooker:
Twenty Ideas from Food Bloggers for Slow Cooker Beef Tacos 
Picadillo in the Crockpot from Skinnytaste
Stuffed Mexican Bell Peppers from Hello Little House
Meatballs in Egg-Lemon Sauce (Giouvarlakia) from On Top of Spaghetti
Tamale Balls from Taste and Tell


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