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    Ground Beef or Venison

    Used almost interchangeably, just like other cuts of beef or venison. If you don't want the wild taste of venison, use in tomato-y recipes, like lasagne or chili, or add a tablespoon or two of vinegar to cooking venison to remove the gamey taste.
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    A yummy variation on traditional meatloaf. I have also made this mixture into meatballs as well.

    Recipe #57770

    This is one of my favourite things to make when I suddenly have to feed more people than I'd anticipated. (or any other time!) Due to the nature of the recipe, you can use more or less potatoes or vegetables, depending on what you have on hand -- or how far you need this one-dish meal to stretch!! Freezes well. (prep time doesn't include making mashed potatoes.)

    Recipe #186151

    I love a good meatloaf. What Redneck doesn't? The key to a good meatloaf, though is to get the right seasonings, the quality of the meat, and the right binding. Some put vegetables like carrots or other stuff in their meatloaf to trick their kids into eating healthier. A Redneck kid can sniff a veggie out from forty paces and will refuse to eat it. This does not apply to the mixed peas and mashed potatoes thing. This is a favorite recipe of mine. Haven't got a clue where it came from, nor does it matter. It satisfies this Redneck's palate. Give it a try.

    Recipe #152592

    I'm not sure where my mom got this recipe, but these are THE BEST MEAT BUNS EVER -- but sadly, they're NOT quick and easy, so make a day of it and fill your freezer! Plan ahead because the dough's easier to work with if it's refrigerated overnight. Serve with plum sauce -- that's right, plum sauce. You'll never be sorry.

    Recipe #176404

    This is so good. I got this from a woman's world magazine and I made it for superbowl last year and it got a standing ovation!!!

    Recipe #85366

    My own recipe evolved when making green rice. For oven casserole or crockpot, a great take along.You can have this meatless or use any ground meat.Just add more cheese and crushed crackers for meatless.

    Recipe #181836

    Taken from The Taste of Home Magazine --- This is a ground beef and corn bread recipe all in one casserole and made into a main dish meal --- I also add in corn nibets and some jalapeno peppers also, serve with gravy on the side, this is total comfort food! :)

    Recipe #71138

    5 Reviews |  By Chippy

    I needed to make cabbage rolls in a hurry one day, so I converted my regular recipe to a quicker variety. These taste every bit as good as the original.

    Recipe #52474

    Another favourite Campbell's Soup recipe. For years, I thought this soup was no longer on the market and I was so sad because this is the best meat loaf I've ever tasted. Just for the heck of it, I recently asked my mom to look for it in the big city and guess what? It IS still available, just not out in the boonies where we live! I was so excited. You can bet this will be a regular in our home once again, now that I've seriously stocked up on Golden Mushroom Soup!!!! For a slightly different flavour, substitute 1/4 cup of the water for Burgundy or other dry red wine.

    Recipe #190653

    This is total comfort food at it's best, I have been making this for over 20 years and it is still one of my family's favorite meals, a must served with mashed potatoes or fries, this also will work great using pork chops, not the fast fry chops --- this ground beef amount should give you 7-8 fair-sized burgers but will depend on how large you make them, and will also work great using thicker cut pork chops, if desired you may use your own favorite recipe to season the hamburger --- you will need a large skillet for this recipe or your electric fry pan will work great, do not add in any salt to the soup mixture or the burgers the dry onion soup mix is salty enough, I also recommend using low-sodium mushroom soup --- also see my recipe#318998

    Recipe #118373

    Without meaning to brag, this is the best lasagne recipe I've ever tasted. It's perfect if you're trying to figure out what to do with ground venison because the tomato sauce does an incredible job of removing/masking the wild taste, but of course you can use ground beef as well. Even "Oh, I don't eat deer meat" people will love this -- just don't tell them until afterwards! My recipe book says the fennel is optional, but that's your KILLER SECRET INGREDIENT! It's not optional in my opinion!! You could also add a package of frozen spinach (thawed and drained) as well.

    Recipe #178945

    This is a staple food in the small Kansas (primarily German-American) town where I was born, and is now a favorite at my house here in Belgium. The recipe comes from my Grandma Rosie. My mother uses a BOX OF HOT ROLL MIX for the roll portion, but as that is not available to me, I have included the hot roll recipe from the Better Homes and Gardens New Cook book. Your yield will depend on the size of rolls you make, but I would estimate about 15 to 20. Preparation time includes time for allowing dough to rise (estimated). Don't let the length of the recipe (or my assembly instructions) spook you, it is really very easy and the assembly is fun for kids, too ! In my opinion they are just as tasty cold as warm from the oven.

    Recipe #88304

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