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    Great Ground Beef Recipes

    A fine selection of tasty and versatile recipes. Who needs steak from a restaurant when you can have ground beef at home?
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    4 Reviews |  By Sue Lau

    I won a chili cookoff with this recipe. What's special about it? I don't know. I just made it the way I always do, with the exception of noting the ingredient amounts and method in case anyone wanted it. It's not really a "secret" chili. It is just made the way I like chili. Oh, and if you're one of my Texas relations, don't call me on the phone about the can of beans. You know I like them, so give it up. They're "optional." TNT OOPS! Lazyme is correct, the green chiles go in at step 2 with the "wet ingredient add" (if you sub any wet ingredient besides tender cooked beans, add it there at step 2). Beans fall apart if you overcook them. Please mark Lazeme's review as helpful since her comments helped correct this recipe!!!! Thanks, Vicki!!! -Lorie

    Recipe #245569

    Haven't gotten to make this yet but I saw Paula Deen's show today and my mouth was just watering. YUM! Paula's show was on "Elvis's favorite foods with a twist". This meatloaf was one of the recipes and I thought I would share it with everyone.

    Recipe #219676

    6 Reviews |  By Mikekey

    A twist on the old standard meatloaf. This is from someone who used to run an old BBS that had a cooking "echo". I use 1/2 ground beef, and 1/2 ground turkey. Use a commercial canned marinara or make your own.

    Recipe #214855

    You can make these large for dinner or smaller for appetizers. These are moist and tender and make their own gravy. Great with potatoes, noodles, or rice.

    Recipe #194836

    This is from Guy Fieri. Mmm, what's not to love about cornbread AND meatloaf!

    Recipe #178007

    MMMM Meatloaf and cheese meet in this delicious comfort food meal!! My boys said this is the best meatloaf ever!

    Recipe #172140

    My husband LOVES hamburger helper. So one evening when we didn't have a box in the pantry, I improvised. I like it better than the box! he he

    Recipe #169000

    5 Reviews |  By Linda N

    This is a wonderful chile recipe. Different from any I have had before - no tomatoes or onions go into this recipe. I got this recipe while living in NJ from a Southern Living Magazine. I've lived in Texas for over 25 years now and this recipe really is the best. The chile powder and cumin can be adjusted up for additional heat.

    Recipe #163011

    I know there are already several stuffed pepper recipes here, but nothing was really tempting my taste buds (not even the ones that I’ve already posted) so, I decided to create another one. Feel free to use any color pepper you want, this is just my personal choice. Also, feel free to add more or less of the spices according to your taste buds. Be careful if you leave the spices the way they are--this is a hot one. Posted on March 26th, 2006

    Recipe #161837

    I think you will really enjoy this meatloaf, I know my family does! ---if you have any left overs just warm slightly and serve in crusty buns with BBQ sauce --- this is great served with mashed taters or fries, the topping recipe may be doubled if desired ----- *note* if you want to take this meatloaf to another level and make this company-worthy prepare the meatloaf with the stuffing mixture in the middle, this is only optional the meatloaf is still delicious by itself --- prep time does not include preparing the stuffing mixture.

    Recipe #146768

    Very tasty, fast, and easy to make. Worth a try.

    Recipe #135188

    8 Reviews |  By Cynna

    My mother used to make these for us when we were little. I still loooooove them and I thought I'd share. Fairly simple kid-pleaser for sure! Sort of like a mini-meatloaf surrounded by biscuit. I listed refrigerator biscuits to provide a shortcut,but you can also make your own (which is what I do) instead. Sooo good!

    Recipe #131612

    Use different color peppers to give a fun festive look. My DH really likes this.

    Recipe #126476

    Simple and tasty. Uses ingredients I always keep in the pantry. Perfect cold as finger food for a picnic lunch or hot with vegetable for dinner.

    Recipe #125017

    This is what I call awesome home cooking...My Mom used to make this and we'd all be dying just smelling how wonderful it was going to be while it was cooking! My Mom was a gifted cook, and this recipe just might prove it...YUM!

    Recipe #124943

    This is a very tasty loaf that your family will love. Easy, quick and delicious!

    Recipe #121022

    This rich and creamy stroganoff is very filling and makes for very easy cleanup because it's done all in one pot! The ultimate mealtime comfort food!

    Recipe #120850

    9 Reviews |  By ErikaNY

    My mom made this dish a lot for us as I was growing up - it's a wonderful comfort food to me... and now I enjoy making it myself. I like it paired with candied carrots and garlic bread.

    Recipe #115109

    Oregano, garlic and feta cheese brings a ho-hum dish to new heights. Serve with Lemon Potatoes and Greek Salad.

    Recipe #114543

    I found the basic idea for this recipe in one of those "checkout aisle" cookbooks. I changed a few things to suit my family's tastes.

    Recipe #114083

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