Barnwell School Chiliburgers

This recipe came from the Barnwell Scool Cookbook. It's one of those great cookbooks from a small prairie town that I use EVERY day. It's so great! (Barnwell, Alberta) This recipe serves lots, and is great if you are have a big group of people to feed. My kids love them, as well as all the kids in our neighbourhood that visit often, and love to stay for dinner when this is in my oven!

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2hrs 20mins
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  • Fry Onions and Ground Beef.
  • Drain off fat.
  • Add remaining ingredients.
  • Cook in oven for approx 2 hours at 325 Degrees.
  • Stir occasionally.
  • This will fill 30 Hamburger Buns.
  • Can be cut in half or doubled very easily.
  • Yumpy.
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"This recipe came from the Barnwell Scool Cookbook. It's one of those great cookbooks from a small prairie town that I use EVERY day. It's so great! (Barnwell, Alberta) This recipe serves lots, and is great if you are have a big group of people to feed. My kids love them, as well as all the kids in our neighbourhood that visit often, and love to stay for dinner when this is in my oven!"
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  1. Bone Man
    Hello, all! I printed this recipe a good while back and finally got around to making it for my brother and I to eat as we watched some old cowboy movies on one recent afternoon. What a great recipe! This is very easy to make and it's pretty fast. These "burgers" look quite a bit like Sloppy Joes but they're very different. My brother usually rejects new dishes but he ate 4 of these burgers and took some home as well. We both put mustard on them which made them even better. The curry is clearly the secret ingredient -- it comes through as just a hint of great ambiance. I halved the recipe but next time I'm making a whole recipe, or I might even double it. Sassy Sandra, this one is a big winner and I want to thank you kindly for posting it. pat
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  2. Sassy Sandra
    This recipe came from the Barnwell Scool Cookbook. It's one of those great cookbooks from a small prairie town that I use EVERY day. It's so great! (Barnwell, Alberta) This recipe serves lots, and is great if you are have a big group of people to feed. My kids love them, as well as all the kids in our neighbourhood that visit often, and love to stay for dinner when this is in my oven!
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