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Delicious and easy recipe. Instead of the hamburger, try some well-cooked sausage meat, drained. Add the cooked meat to the peppers and onions and proceed with the recipe. Serve with some grated cheddar or mozzarella cheese on the side to put on top. And a dollop of sour cream too, if desired. Serve with seasoned(olive oil, salt, pepper, garlic powder, and paprika), oven-baked fried potatoes and a green salad. I used submarine buns and/or soft kaiser rolls.

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Burnice September 28, 2001

I had a party I was not sure what to make, so i made it,well that was the best thing I could have made,everyone wanted the recipe, I just did not add that much paste,and use garlic salt instate thanks

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angela4 September 11, 2001

Being from RI I must say this is not how we do it at all. It sounds greasy and flat to me.you have 22ounces of sauce in it! it is not soup. Where is the garlic? where is the parmesan? where is the few drops of red hot? why didn't you drain the grease? yuck! hunts? please! sounds like it has more onions in it than meat! Brown the beef first. 2 pounds at least. DRAIN the grease. add the onion and pepper strips (not diced)add the minced garlic. add a bit of spahetti sauce, prego works best.not 22 ounces! a few tablespoons. it's not to drink. add a few drops or more of red hot sauce these are called dynamites for a reason. Simmer at least a half hour. add grated parmesan, stir and serve on italian rolls.

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ClearRain December 31, 2006

I have a similar recipe from Maine.. I use chunky tomatos too, as this is supposed be thick, chunky sauce. Also, it is supposed to have some heat to it , hence the name 'dynamites' So add cayenne pepper, oregano, basil to tase. :-)

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PamelaJean September 05, 2003