Texas Hash

Texas Hash created by Meekocu2

This is a recipe handed down from my grandmother, to my mother, and now to me. Simple yet tasty. They sure knew how to stretch a pound of hamburger back in the day.

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directions

  • Brown ground beef in large skillet.
  • Drain.
  • Add green pepper, onion flakes, tomatoes, bouillon, and rice.
  • Break up tomatoes if using whole.
  • Cover and cook over low heat until rice is done and mixture is thick.
  • May have to add water and more bouillon to taste.
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"This is a recipe handed down from my grandmother, to my mother, and now to me. Simple yet tasty. They sure knew how to stretch a pound of hamburger back in the day."
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  1. thebaker
    Actually, this isn't as bad a salt bomb, but it still pretty high.
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  2. Meekocu2
    Texas Hash Created by Meekocu2
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  3. mama smurf
    Made this for Fall Pick-A-Chef 2011. I cut the recipe in half and used regular onion instead of dried (about 1/8 cup), added a small minced clove of garlic and since it didn't list water in the ingredients I added beef stock(about 1/2 to 3/4 cups) instead of the beef bouillon cube. I feel that it still needed something...maybe some herb seasoning or hot sauce for spice. I will try again because it is an easy and quick dish. Thank you for posting.
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  4. Meekocu2
    This is a recipe handed down from my grandmother, to my mother, and now to me. Simple yet tasty. They sure knew how to stretch a pound of hamburger back in the day.
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