I never really liked store bought sloppy joes because of the onions. So when I was teenager I came up with my own version without them. Over the years I have fiddled with the recipe to make it even more delicious. My dad uses it as his hot dog chili. Each to their own.
Every week when the new tv guide would come out, (this would be back when it was only 25 cents) the first thing I'd do is turn to the back of the magazine to check what the recipe of the week was. It was usually recommended by a celebrity. Don't let the amount of milk scare you off. It really works perfectly....otherwise I wouldn't still be making it. NOTE: This works well frozen and reheated.
This recipe is from my Uncle's mother in law who handed down this recipe to his wife before she died. I have this recipe now and have added it to my grandmother's recipe book, the one I updated last year. Every year we plan on adding more recipes to our "Family's Favorite Recipes" book. You can cut the recipe in half and still have enough left over meat to freeze for future meals.
Amazing flavor, and so simple! No salt needed here. In fact, you may wish to use half the ranch dressing mix to cut back on the saltiness. Found this Crock-Pot pot roast recipe on of a website called www.recipegoldmine.com. It's all the rage there, so I thought I'd try it.
"Kjøttkaker" is on every Norwegian menu. I do not use a recipe, so mine taste a little different every time. I wrote down the following recipe yesterday, and the whole family agreed that these "Kjøttkaker" rocks.
Note to Nyteglori: Tangy sauce will make it something else. Authentic Norwegian Meatballs have brown gravy .
This is an excellent chili recipe. My husband is a chili lover and requests this about once a week in the Winter. It's a little on the hot/spicy side but you can adjust the amount of seasonings if you want it milder. I like to serve this with cornbread muffins and/or crackers. (Estimated prep time. Although it calls for cooking the chili 2 hours you can cook it on low for several hours).
When my kids were little that's what they called this. When the week was long and the money short, this made a little meat go a long way. I served this with garlic bread. This looks like it takes a long time to make, but it's really easy. I had to guess on the times, so if you try this please let me know how long it takes and i'll adjust it.
I clipped this recipe from Taste of Home magazine several years ago and have found it to be the best-tasting easy beef and broccoli stir-fry. It is credited to Ruth Stahl. I often use charcoal chuck steak, which is very tender and lean. I also like that it doesn't call for any unusual ingredients.
I got this from a crock pot cookbook several years ago and have made it many times. We all love it. Get a crusty sub roll, spread it with butter, garlic salt and pop in under the broiler for a few minutes and then make your sandwich. It is yummy and easy.
I was trying to look up history on a particular Crockpot and found this recipe posted instead. It looks easy enough and I like crockpot recipes. The name is from the website where this was posted by Tom921, and thanks Tom921!