Ways to use hamburger?
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Patty out the hamburger and lay on foil sprinkle with salt, pepper and garlic cover completely with sliced potatoes cover potatoes with salt, pepper and garlic top with onions Wrap up completely in foil Bake at 350 for an hour
I had a "value pack" of ground beef that I got a HUGE savings.
Yesterday, I used it to make hamburger patties (that I froze for later), make sloppy joes, and also a batch of taco meat (to use for lunches), half of which I added refried beans to and made burrito filling.
That one $15 purchase will cover about 17 meals (per person.)
I only use ground turkey but the standards are Dad's burgers (DH uses lots of spices and the kids LOVE them- go figure!), tacos, and meatloaf. I'd love to try the salisbury steaks though - my youngest loves those.
All the usual hamburger recipes...except there's this meal that my old roommate used to make that is really good. It had fresh green beans sliced, fresh cut tomatoes, ground hamburger-of course, soy sauce and a dash of lemon pepper all served over steamed rice. Really yummy! Serve it to my family all the time now!
Beefy, Cheesy Mac
Brown meat, prepare 2 boxes of mac and cheese (deluxe kind), add 1or 2 cans mushroom soup, 1/2 cup milk and browned beef place in casserole in 350 degree oven for 30mins or till bubbley....mmmgoood and easy great winter meal with green beans or salad as a side with or without bread.
Last edited by GoofEme; 02-20-2009 at 08:03 PM..
Reason: forgot something
I do everything everyone else does. However I do make a beef/rice dish that I haven't seen listed it doesn't even have a name although I tend to refer to it as beef a roni.
Beef a Roni
brown 1/2 - 1lb ground beef in a large pan and drain fat add the butter called for on a box of beef flavored Rice a Roni and let melt add the rice mix and cook and brown according to box instructions add the required amount water, seasoning mix, and if desired 1-2c. frozen peas and carrots stir to mix everything together and cook according to the rice a roni package directions
We do what others have said...chili, meatloaf, meatballs for spaghetti, sweedish meatballs, shepherd's pie, hamburgers, meat sauce...
Plus DH brought from his family something like shepherd's pie...brown hamburg, add water, cut up potatoes and bouillon. Let it boil together until the potatoes are down. Add corn on the side and cheap, quick meal.
And he brought sweet 'n sour meatballs with him. They are quick and delicious over noodles with frozen peas on the side. DS#1 Luke loves them so much that he learned how to cook them on the CP and still cooks them for his girlfriends family and us.
I brought from my family Fancy Pants. You take 2 hamburgers (mix in Worchestire sauce). Stick lovely velveeta in the middle and pinch the edges. Pour tomato sauce over and bake. Delicious!
If you havent tried the hobo steaks you must try them. We always made them on camping trips (we called them hobo dinners) when I was young and I still make them. They are good in the oven but GREAT on the grill. They take about 45 minutes. You can use any meat. We would just put out squares of foil (each person gets two so you can double wrap them) with meat and canned veggies (corn, green beans, carrots) . We always use fresh potatoes and onion. One of our favorites is hamburger with potatoes,onion,cheese and bacon or ham, season and dot with butter and a little parsley. These are fun for kids because they can make there own however they want. Also, another hamburger idea is to take 1 pound and fry up with onion. Once browned add a can of campbells chicken gumbo soup and some cubes of velveeta. Serve on buns. My dad got this recipe in cub scouts. He is now 59. We all still make it on a regular basis. Good luck.
this is my favorite meat to work with .
i make hamburgers many ways because of me and that damn food network .
i make a stuffed meatlof with mozzeralla and ham
the imfamous sloppy joe
the taco story many ways lol
i make a beefy mac and a sloppy mac too.
good luck on cooking your chopped meat .