Hamburger Helper Hash Recipe?

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

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January 18, 20100 found this helpful

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.

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January 9, 20190 found this helpful

Hyvee has it in there hyvee brand and its delicious

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September 11, 20190 found this helpful

Hey vee has the hash one, in Iowa I made it tonight and it was wonderful!!

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January 18, 20100 found this helpful

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 -

Hamburger Helper Seasoning Mix Recipe
(change the serving amount to how many you want)

here's the 2nd one

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January 19, 20100 found this helpful

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.

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February 4, 20190 found this helpful

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.

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