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    • Hamburger Help: original

      2 cups nonfat dry milk
      1 cup corn starch
      1/4 cup beef bouillon powder
      2 T onion flakes
      1 tsp dried basil
      1 tsp dried thyme
      1 tsp black pepper
      2 T dried parsley
      1 T garlic powder


      Measure all ingredients into a Ziploc Bag. Shake well, transfer to vacuum seal bag, seal and store up to a year.
      Comments 5 Comments
      1. Shellyann36's Avatar
        Shellyann36 -
        How much of this mix do you use per meal of the helper?
      1. Carolking's Avatar
        Carolking -
        How much do you use of this mix when making hamburger helper thanks carol king
      1. girllovescamo's Avatar
        girllovescamo -
        I also am wondering how much mix to use. I would like to use this recipe. Thanks!
      1. kkima68's Avatar
        kkima68 -
        and do what with it???


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