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By Mollie (Guest Post)09/03/2008
1 18 oz jar your favorite salsa
1 can corned beef
1 cup shredded "taco" cheese
1/4-1/2 c sour cream
Hot sause to taste
3 1/2 c prepared rice
Empty and slightly chunk corned beef with a fork in a skillet on med high heat. add salsa heat on med until bubbly
Place rice in a dish large enough to accommodate sauce. Pour salsa and corned beef mixture over the rice leaving a "white ring around the outside. Sprinkle liberally the shredded cheese over top and dollop the sour cream in the center.
Now simply enjoy
By Mara 09/11/2006
1- 12 oz. can corned beef
1/4 cup Thousand Island Dressing
1- lb. can saurercraut, drained
1/2 lb. Swiss cheese, shredded
1/4 cup melted margarine
6 slices rye bread, crumbled
Crumble the corned beef into a well greased 12 x 8" baking dish. Dot with Thousand Island dressing. Spread sauercraut over top. Cover with cheese.
Toss bread crumbs with margarine. Sprinkle over casserole. Bake in a 350 degree oven for 30 minutes or until hot and bubbly.
My family loves this!
By carla bledsoe (Guest Post)09/11/2006
hot beef sandwiches restaurant style.
serve with mashed potatoes.
serve over rice.
serve mixed with egg noodles.
use instead of steak in fajitas or tacos.
saute onions and peppers and mix in beef for steak sandwiches.
By melody_yesterday 09/09/2006
i like making a nice sortof stew with it !
I take the chunks of beef out of the gravy & add it to the "soup fixins" i save in a container for later in the winter when everyone wants some & i then break the remaining chunks of beef apart with a fork - removing the small amount of fat that there usually is (normally not much more than a teaspoon) & simmer the beef in worcheshire sauce & add drained canned corn .seasoned butterbeans
& sometimes a can of baked beans (remove the pork fat)
& if i am in the mood ,a can of drained peas.
any liquid from the veggies aside from the seasoned butter beans (which i have only found as Glory brand)
i save in the freezer for later!
the rest is delicious heated to boiling with saltines .
the heat provided by the Worcheshire sauce is comforting on days like today when i have a cold/flu because its now that my tastebuds seem to be taking a vacation wheres i'm not
i hope this helps-
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