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    Dinner? -- Ground Beef

    A collection of Ground Beef recipes that we have enjoyed.
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    This sandwich is a speciality of Shaan-xi Province in China. I have modified this to use pork rather than the lamb which would be traditional. The filling would also make a great filling for Steamed Buns unstead of the Chinese Barbequed Pork tradtionally used.

    Recipe #314928

    a recipe that I make for my kids. It is a real kid, and a big kid pleaser.

    Recipe #325009

    Yum. From Oct/07 Bon Appetit

    Recipe #264801

    This is my version of a Texas classic. This burger is moist, flavorful and stays together well when grilling!

    Recipe #146140

    I got this basic recipe from a friend and tweaked it a little to make it more to my families tastes. Great dish for kids.

    Recipe #177098

    Complete comfort food. Great on a cold day.

    Recipe #67426 I was totally addicted to these tacos when I was a teen-ager, I remember going through the drive-thru and ordering a big bag of these for all my friends (in the back seat, necking).I'm guessing at the prep and cook times. This is from Top Secret Recipes by Todd Wilbur.

    Recipe #83022

    Thick and yummy chili. I call it Yankee because it includes beans.

    Recipe #70998

    This recipe was given to me by Lois Watson of Osceola, Arkansas.

    Recipe #90659

    6 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I came up with this when I needed to use up hot dogs and wanted something different. Great party or game food.

    Recipe #137059

    This is found in my recipe collection under "Mrs. McCann's Barbeque". It was handed down from a neighbor of my great-aunt's sometime in the 1940's. I prefer to use ground round so there isn't so much fat. Gets better the longer it simmers.

    Recipe #15344

    This is a tasty little pie,easy to do, that my Mom used to make us. Not sure where she got the recipe. You can adjust the seasonings to taste and play around with it, once I added green onions to the potatoe mixture and also used some grated parmesan on top with the melted cheddar. I like this with some peaches 'n' cream corn niblets on the side and some homemade pickles and/or chow. Nice with a side salad too.

    Recipe #63935

    2 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    I recently adopted this recipe and prepared it with a few slight changes. The meatballs are very basic, and if you desired, you could jazz them up with additional seasoning. The original recipe included 2 cans of cream of mushroom soup, but I thought that might be a little bland. Instead, I tried the cream of celery and really liked the bit of added flavor. We served this over wide egg noodles and with steamed green beans for a great comfort meal, but the meatballs would also be good over mashed potatoes, or even served with toothpicks as an appetizer. I like that the meatballs can be made ahead of time, and dropped into the heating sauce at meal time.

    Recipe #82882

    Gives burgers a wonderful flavor without being too strong.

    Recipe #168542

    I found this in an old cookbook lent to me by a friend. It seemed like an easy comfort food recipe that could be prepared from ingredients that I usually have on hand, and wouldn't take a lot of effort on a tired night. Similar to ground beef stroganoff with spinach and bacon stirred in, my hubby loved it.

    Recipe #170071

    These easy enchiladas are my husband's favorite recipe of mine. Because of the many different options, it is very versatile.

    Recipe #29884

    This recipe is from Food Network's Rachael Ray. I like it b/c it uses tomato sauce instead of ketchup, and you can spice it up as you like. I add more onions as well as some garlic. * I like to use a little less brown sugar, as we like ours spicier rather than sweet.

    Recipe #82944

    This is one of my favorite summer dishes. I serve it a lot for guests when we are outdoors, but I love it sooo much I will go out in the winter to make these on the grill. If you have a gas grill you don't have to wait till summer to enjoy them, they are a treat in the winter also.Have been grilling these since 94. Another great recipe from TOH.

    Recipe #155448

    I wanted something different than your typical salty powdered taco seasoned beef, so I made this based on a recipe by Rachael Ray on It's tasty and just as easy as using the envelope stuff!

    Recipe #129937

    79 Reviews |  By Redsie

    A wonderful recipe from Cooking Light. A delicious way to use ground beef. You can make it spicier by using more red curry paste.

    Recipe #150739

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