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- Ready In:
- Cook and crumble hamburger.
- Drain any fat.
- Put back in the pan.
- Add potatoes.
- Add onions and seasonings.
- You may have to add a bit of water.
- Cook on low till the potatoes are tender.
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We usually don't eat meat during the week, but this looked so simple and easy, I gave it a shot last night. Good call. With just the younger two Dornettes at home the three of us finished this up quickly. And we listened to Braunda and did not forget the ketchup! My only problem with the recipe is after I cooked the potatoes and onions I didn't know what to do next, add the hamburger back into the pan, or mix them together off the stove. In the end I added the hamburger back in, and added a healthy dose of paprika and a tiny bit of tomato juice to get it a little "saucy". A good simple supper, thanks Braunda!
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For this recipe: I used extra lean Ground Beef; There is something about the aroma of cooking beef.... there is none like it; combine sauteed onion, and fresh garlic with seasonings and you have a one-pot-meal, fit for any person's appetite. I, too, added shredded mozzerella to the top of the Hamburger Hash, and allowed it to bake in the oven about 15 minutes at 400F, in order to melt the cheese. Now, I did have to add liquid, but Braunda, instead of water, I used dry white wine. It did not detract from the original recipe and smells absolutely devine during the cooking process. Served up with a fine endive salad, dressed with EV Olive Oil, and balsamic vinegar (my favourite) and crusty Italian bread, the meal was enjoyed to its fullest extent. Thanks Braunda..
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