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Hominy Beef Bake

"'I received this recipe from a friend more than 20 years ago and have been using it ever since,' notes Jean Stokes. Corn chips create a tasty topping on a nicely spiced mixture of ground beef, hominy and chili. 'Even my meat-and-potatoes husband likes it!' assures the Sacramento, California cook."
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45 m servings
Original recipe yields 4 servings

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  1. In a large skillet, cook beef, onion and garlic over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. Stir in the hominy, chili, tomato sauce, water, chili powder, salt and pepper. Transfer to a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Sprinkle with corn chips. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 30 minutes or until heated through.

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My boyfriend rather liked this. I did tinker a wee bit with the recipe (sorry!) because of what I had on hand. Instead of chili powder, I used about a tbs and a half of taco seasoning. I also...

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Maybe it is just that it had too much meat, but it tasted like a giant tamale to me soaked in corn chips. Had hoped it would have been thick enough to throw over rice, but it wasn't. Will serve ...

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My boyfriend rather liked this. I did tinker a wee bit with the recipe (sorry!) because of what I had on hand. Instead of chili powder, I used about a tbs and a half of taco seasoning. I also...

Always looking for hominy recipes. Thank you. I used the cornbread topping that kazanoddle did. Very kid friendly. Also good make ahead meal.

Very good! I doubled the ground beef & added a bit more chili powder. Really a good dinner! A mix between a walking taco & a dryer chili. With leftovers, I threw in some leftover black beans & a...

This was very good, it was my first time eating hominy and we liked it. I thought the dish was going to be spicier...next time I think I'll add more chili powder and maybe some red pepper flake...

Maybe it is just that it had too much meat, but it tasted like a giant tamale to me soaked in corn chips. Had hoped it would have been thick enough to throw over rice, but it wasn't. Will serve ...

Was a hearty recipe, but wasn't liked by the family.... I on the other hand think it's a great recipe!

This was very yummy. I had all ingredients on hand. The only change I made was since I was lacking the plain tortilla chips I used crushed up barbeque flavored corn chips and a handful of taco...

This was really yummy and both of my little ones loved it too!! Any time boys ask for seconds and thirds, you know its a great recipe and worth making again. I want to make it with the cornbrea...

I used a vegetable chili w/ beans, because it already had a pound of beef in it. I'm allergic to Lay's, so I'm afraid to use Fritos (something about the oil), and decided to skip the corn chips ...