21 Reviews

Wonderful comfort food. Nice to have a recipe that is tastes good and is made with ingredients I always have on hand. My husband and I loved it, this one is a keeper!

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Rebecca Bowman August 29, 2003

This is a fast dish to get on the table. Instead of salt I added a knorr beef bouillon cube, but otherwise made as written. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada November 02, 2009

Very good! I used ground turkey instead of beef and it still turned out great. Easy to make from on-hand items. I'll definitely keep this one.

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Ouisey September 03, 2003

Plain and simple. When I want something tarted up, there are lots of those recipes out there. Love that this is simple and has no tomatoes.

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ruafoodie February 16, 2015

This is definitely delicious. I like all the stewy vegetables in it. I don't know if I would change anything in this recipe!

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chibimermaid December 20, 2011

This wasn't the prettiest dish, it looked more like slop (as my son suggested :-) ). But, it tasted very good! The slop texture may have been because I used frozen hash brown potatoes in stead of taking the time to peel and cut up the potatoes. Next time I will try it with "real" potatoes. I also added more water (1 1/2 cans) because there were more potatoes than asked for in the recipe. I used seasoned salt for the salt, because others had mentioned that the flavor was pretty bland. With the addition of seasoned salt, I didn't think it tasted bland at all! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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landlocked #2 May 01, 2010

Five stars from the whole family! I doubled the recipe, with the only change made being that I added 2.5 cans of water (instead of just 2). The dish was well seasoned (I added salt/pepper to the beef/onions, then a bit more when I added the veggies). It was a big hit with everyone. VERY easy to make, and as a huge bonus, I didn't have to go to the store for any ingredients..they were all on hand. Thank you for a great meal that my family and I will be enjoying over and over again.

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TGirl,RN March 16, 2010

I've been making this for awhile now and it is always a hit. I double the garlic, use celery instead of corn, and throw about 3/4 cup of cook rice into it just before serving. Great with cheese biscuits too.

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burnt cookie October 22, 2009

So So So Good!!!! Only difference I did was used 2 Tbls Worcestershire Sauce! We all loved it. We did not serve it with rice we just ate as was and it was delicious. Great comfort food! Made bread pudding for dessert

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Danielle-Mommy of 3 October 14, 2009

I chose this recipe for an easy weeknight meal. It certainly fit the bill. I did however, make a few adjustments. I never use cream of mushroom soup...yuck. I subsituted cream of chicken, I also used up some partial bags of frozen veggies I had in the freezer, corn and green beans. When it was finished it looked a little watery, so I stirred in a mixture of 2 tablespoons of corn starch and 1/4 cup cold water. That thickened it up nicely. I ate mine over a biscuit. It was yummy. Great recipe chiefiebig. Happy New Year to you. Sue

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SweetSueAl December 30, 2008
Easy Hamburger Stew