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Campfire Hamburger and Beans

Campfire Hamburger and Beans created by Sweetiebarbara

Although I did make this "car camping", when my sons were young, it is a quick and easy, at home, top of the stove, one skillet dish. Sometimes, I use bacon, sometimes not. You might want to use less catsup, sugar, and molasses if you want it less sweet.

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  • If using bacon, cut into 1" strips crosswise and saute over medium heat with onions until translucent, then add beef. Otherwise start with next step.
  • Cook beef and onions over medium high heat until onions are done, about 5-10 minutes.
  • Drain fat. (I tilt the pan, and use a turkey baster to get rid of the excess fat.).
  • Add remaining ingredients, stir, mixing throughly, and turn heat to low.
  • Continue cooking until hot and bubbly (15-30 minutes), then serve in bowls.
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"Although I did make this "car camping", when my sons were young, it is a quick and easy, at home, top of the stove, one skillet dish. Sometimes, I use bacon, sometimes not. You might want to use less catsup, sugar, and molasses if you want it less sweet."
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  1. karagreenleaf5
    Hello, yes I am a 55yr. old trans. aboriginal from Sask. really just starting to learning how to cook and am really starting to have fun I mean real fun it makes my heart feel really good. But there is one problem I have with this bean camp fire I am missing molasses and just added a little more brown surgar with mustard and ketchup. Is that ok cause I am not the only one going to eat this promise I won't tell them where I got this recipe if it doesn't taste that good but what other ingredient could I add ?
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  2. Michael R.
    I made these when the old lady was sick and the boys were hungry. Since then they have become a regular menu item. Best when cooked outside on a campfire.
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  3. B F.321
    I made these for the family and they practically licked their bowls. I think next time I will decrease the brown sugar to 1/8 cup as I thought they were a tad too sweet. They will never notice. Thanks for sharing this easy recipe.
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  4. Chef AngieW
    These were very good and simple baked beans. I made them when we went up to the mountains. I prefer the ones with a bunch of different beans but my husband likes ones like these that just have one kind in.
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  5. Sweetiebarbara
    Campfire Hamburger and Beans Created by Sweetiebarbara
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