Chinese Hash

Chinese Hash created by Marlene.

This isn't really 'typical' Chinese food... but it has Chinese elements! *LOL* We used to eat this growing up ... I have recently been reintroduced to it through my sister, and boy am I ever glad! :-) It looks a bit , ummm... nasty when mixing *LOL* but it is very good! :)

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1hr 30mins
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  • Brown hamburger and onions.
  • Add celery, rice, soups, water and sauces.
  • Pour into a sprayed 13x9 pan.
  • Bake at 350°F for an hour, stirring a couple of times during cooking.
  • Top with chow mein noodles and bake 10-15 minutes longer.
  • Enjoy!
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"This isn't really 'typical' Chinese food... but it has Chinese elements! *LOL* We used to eat this growing up ... I have recently been reintroduced to it through my sister, and boy am I ever glad! :-) It looks a bit , ummm... nasty when mixing *LOL* but it is very good! :)"
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  1. Candace L.
    I love this my mom made it a lot when I was a kid. I use low sodium soup and soy sauce as we are not big salt eaters & leave out the celery and onions...we serve it with green beans on the side!
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  2. Rob79
    I really like this stuff, my sister gave me the recipe a while ago because I'm a big fan of cooking stuff in bigger batches and freezing in individual portions to take to work and stuff like that. The only difference between this recipe and the one I use is that I also mix about 1/2 cup of the chow mein noodles in before putting it in the oven and I use low-sodium soy sauce since I find it a bit too salty with the regular kind.
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  3. Susie D
    My DH mentioned a casserole his mom made. I found this recipe & he loved the memories. I did add canned water chesnuts & bamboo shoots and prepared it entirely on the stovetop. Thank you for sharing your recipe.
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  4. Denise in da Kitchen
    This was a very good casserole. I made it as directed, except I did add waterchestnuts for an added crunch. Served over rice, everyone liked it very much. Thanks marlene for posting.
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  5. Wilfong
    Not sure what all the hype is about. This is an average hamburger casserole. I wont make it again. Don’t take my word for it, try it yourself.
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