We have peas on the side or mixed in. We also have a slice of buttered bread with it. It looks like vomit, but it is very good!
A lot of people will say it is like Chow Mein Hotdish, but it is minus the oven cooking time, the celery, and crunchy noodles.
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By Trish from Wabasha, MN
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Great hearty cold weather meal!
Saute' veggies in margarine until limp. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer until blended, about 15 minutes. The hash is better if made the day before. Freezes well.
Quick and easy to prepare, low cost, tastes great! Peel and chop potatoes, cover with water, bring to a boil and cook for approximately 15 to 20 minutes until almost tender.
Mix hash, onion and egg. Prepare muffin batter; add salt and cheese. Spread half of the muffin batter in greased 8 inch pan. Spread on hash mixture; top with remaining batter.
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Does anyone remember the Hamburger Helper Hash, that was really popular in the 70s and 80s? It has since been discontinued. I am looking for the clone of that recipe or a pretty good facsimile thereof. I absolutely loved that particular Hamburger Helper and would love if you could help me.
By shanya2 from Central TX
Is that the one that had little cubes of dried potatoes in it? Just last year we were someplace and I bought a couple boxes at a store (their brand, not Hamburger Helper). Sorry, I don't remember the store. Just brown and drain the ground beef, add a bag of diced hashbrowns, and some seasonings and beef gravy.
I remember that one too & I miss it! Several years ago I either wrote or called the number on the box asking about it.
The reason it is no longer available here is that there was low demand for it. That's such a pity! I look for it every time we are out of town or state.
Here's these - www.cdkitchen.com/
Hamburger Helper Seasoning Mix Recipe
(change the serving amount to how many you want)
You can make hash yourself.
I use left over beef roast, shred or chop fine
Add grated cooked potatoes. ( You could probably use frozen hash browns)
add a large onion, chopped. If I have left over gravy, add that. Last time I just used beef broth.
Add salt & Pepper, and I say the secret ingredient is about a TBLS of worchestershire sauce.
I put this in skillet, on low to med, and cook for half hour or so. Stir occasssionally.
Hyvee has it in there hyvee brand and its delicious
Nothing like the Hamburger Helper that Betty Crocker had out there. I think the General Mills company made it. Great stuff with a slice of fresh buttered bread when I lived on the farm. Ice cold glass of milk with cubes... 33F. To bad its not around any more.
Hey vee has the hash one, in Iowa though.lol. I made it tonight and it was wonderful!!
Combine leftover steak bits or other meat with sautéed potatoes, chopped onion, and garlic. Once once these ingredients are tossed and the meat is heated though crack an egg in the center and cover to finish. This recipe serves one.
Use leftover corned beef, potato and onion to make this delicious hash. Served with eggs, it makes a perfect breakfast.
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In large skillet, heat oil until hot. Saute' onion. Place diced potatoes in with onion. Let cook until potatoes start to brown on medium-low heat.