Today, I did. In a super lazy, haphazard way because it's 50 degrees outside and I feel like I've been stuck in my house for six years.
I saw it on a bunch of sites and blogs, and finally decided to go with my own recipe.
Here's what you need
*ground beef, half a pound to one pound
*some onion (are you frustrated that I rarely measure my ingredients?)
*3/4 of a green pepper. You could use more, but it's all I had on hand and didn't want to buy more
*2 carrots, diced
*3 potatoes, cubed
*most of a container of chicken broth
*Velveeta cheese (don't judge me!)
*salt, pepper, garlic powder (my holy trinity)
Brown your ground beef with your onion and pepper
Add salt, pepper, garlic powder and worcestershire sauce. I use Lea and Perrins. No, this is not an advertisement for them. I simply think that their worcestershire sauce (or "w" sauce as Ella calls it) rocks!
Add your chicken broth. We usually make our own, but I was in a hurry to get out the door and all my stock is frozen solid, so I used this.
Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Then add your Velveeta and milk. I didn't take a picture of this step, as my phone was ringing and I was doing the laundry and about a zillion other things. Cook for another hour or so...use a potato masher to mash things down. Or a stick blender. If you want to plug something in. Which I didn't.
Oh, man was this ever good. Cross one off my bucket list!