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This is my second review. I had to re-review to let you all know what I did with the left-overs. Mmmmmm Mmmm- I put some cheese on a tortilla, heated in the microwave, took it out, put the hash on it, added a little picante sauce, a little sour cream...rolled it up and ohhhhh it was gone in seconds! Two meals with one easy dish. This is one of my very favorites now! *********************** 1st review- Not a thing in the world wrong with this! While I was cooking it I thought it might be a good mix to go in a green pepper and it might be. When it was first done, I thought it was a little bland but after it sat for about 15 minutes during cool down, it was just perfect for me! I picked this for "Pick a Chef" and it is going in my keeper file. Thank you my sweet little ketchupqueen! — Sep 27, 2005

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Chef Mommie September 28, 2005

Hi!! Thank You for your recipe. I seasoned the ground beef with salt and pepper and garlic powder. Added the onion garlic and desided to add green pepper. I drained the can of tomatoes so I could add the water that was needed. Used only 1 1/2 T. of Chili powder. Everything turned out wonderful. Thank You once again, Hugs

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Braunda August 30, 2009

I made this on our last camping trip, and everyone liked it. I loved that it was easy to throw together but very hearty. I didn't have any shredded cheese, so I just put a few slices of American cheese on top and let them melt into it. I used the maximum amount of garlic and chili powder called for in the recipe, but I think I would bump it up a bit more next time--and there will be a next time!

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JeriBinNC October 07, 2006
Campfire Girls' Texas Hash