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From cooks.com

2 pounds ground beef or ground turkey

1 large onion (chopped)

2 cans green beans

12oz frozen corn

12oz frozen baby lima beans

2 cans Italian style diced tomato

2 - 15oz cans tomato sauce

12oz mini shell pasta

2 packets of chilli seasoning

salt and pepper

In a 5 quart pot brown meat and chopped onion until meat is no longer pink. Salt and pepper to taste before meat is completely brown. If needed, drain

grease from meat and onion mixture.

While the meat and onion are browning start boiling the water to cook the pasta.

Stir in all the other ingredients except the pasta and warm over low/medium heat while the pasta is boiling.

When the pasta is done, drain and rinse with cold water. Add pasta to the meat/veggie mixture. Continue cooking over low/medium heat for 20-30 minutes

stirring frequently to keep from sticking to the bottom of the pot.

Submitted by: Karen Webb