College Scrapple

College Scrapple created by Axe1678

I like this recipe because my family always enjoyed this growing up. It is very easy and inexpensive.

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  • Brown hamburger in skillet on medium heat.
  • While browning meat, boil noodles.
  • When done drain corn, and mix all ingredients together.
  • Serve with garlic bread.
  • This is quick and easy, and fits your college budget.
  • Enjoy!
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"I like this recipe because my family always enjoyed this growing up. It is very easy and inexpensive."
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  1. Terri R.
    I am not giving a star rating because I used this and the reviews for inspiration rather than an actual recipe. This is what I ended up doing. Measurements are approximate since I didn't actually measure.<br/><br/>Heat 2 tsp. Oil in a large pan over medium high heat. Add 5 cloves chopped garlic (about 2 TBS.). Stir until fragrant. Add two small onions, 1-1/2 c., medium dice, and cook until translucent. Stir in 1can each of cream of mushroom soup, creamed corn a w whole corn, undrained, and milk, 1/2 bag whole wheat rotini, 1/2 tsp. Rosemary, 14 tsp. Thyme, 1/2 tsp. Sage, and 1/4 tsp. Turmeric and enough water to cover pasta. Cover and bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer about 20 minutes, stirring occasionally, until pasta is tender. Remove lid and cook until desired consistency.<br/><br/>Next time, I will use mower onion to make it less starchy.
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  2. birdie984
    I first used the Hamburger Budget stretch (Recipe #136773) recipe, then I made this. It was good, it was cold by the time I ate it, but I just popped it in the microwave for a few seconds. I have a ton of leftovers. I think it would be good with carrots and peas as well. I ate it with beer biscuits and that really added a great touch!
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  3. Rainette
    I took the advice of one of the reviews below and added some herbs and garlic and we thought this was really tasty. A simple recipe we will definately make again.
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  4. Axe1678
    College Scrapple Created by Axe1678
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  5. Axe1678
    This is a very basic, simple recipe. No excuses for your kids not being able to make you dinner anymore! We found it highly filling and certainly serves its stated purpose. For a more advanced version, I would highly recommend adding garlic, herbs and spices, fresh parsley, etc.
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