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  1. #1
    aardvark
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    Default "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite - cheap/ EZ

    We have used this as an easy family meal when added to salad, frozen

    veggie, or fresh veggie in season (steamed cabbage or sliced tomatoes

    are very easy).



    Make rice to serve your family - long cooking is cheaper, judge how

    much your family will eat.



    Make sauce to serve over rice. This feeds four in our family:



    Brown one pound hamburger, breaking up well as you cook. Drain on

    paper towel.



    Add to one can of cream of mushroom soup made up with only about 2/3

    can of milk (so it will be a thicker sauce, not runny). Store-brand

    soup is fine. You may also use cream of chicken soup.



    You could add any of these to cook with the hamburger: chopped onion,

    Bell peppers. You may add a small drained can of chopped mushroom

    pieces to the sauce, but do not need to cook it.



    But the basic hamburger, rice and soup is easiest and cheapest - and

    still the family favorite here!



    aardvark








  2. #2
    Joi
    Guest

    Default "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite - cheap/ EZ

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "aardvark" <aardvark19562002@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > We have used this as an easy family meal when added to salad, frozen

    > veggie, or fresh veggie in season (steamed cabbage or sliced

    tomatoes

    > are very easy).

    >

    > Make rice to serve your family - long cooking is cheaper, judge how

    > much your family will eat.

    >

    > Make sauce to serve over rice. This feeds four in our family:

    >

    > Brown one pound hamburger, breaking up well as you cook. Drain on

    > paper towel.

    >

    > Add to one can of cream of mushroom soup made up with only about 2/3

    > can of milk (so it will be a thicker sauce, not runny). Store-brand

    > soup is fine. You may also use cream of chicken soup.

    >

    > You could add any of these to cook with the hamburger: chopped

    onion,

    > Bell peppers. You may add a small drained can of chopped mushroom

    > pieces to the sauce, but do not need to cook it.

    >

    > But the basic hamburger, rice and soup is easiest and cheapest - and

    > still the family favorite here!

    >

    > aardvark

    >

    I use this basice recipe with leftover pork chops, I mince the chops

    add it to a can of cream of mushroom soup and 2 cups cooked rice.

    Serve with a salad.








  3. #3
    nyislandgirl
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    Default "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite - cheap/ EZ

    I like to use a can of chili with no beans to the rice. My family loves it. You can also use chili with beans with rice. First I brown 1lb of ground beef untl the meat is brown, drain the fat, then add the can of chili with or without beans. Add it to the rice after the rice is cooked or in the same pot while the rice is cooking. Either way, its good. My husband loves cheese so when I serve the chili and rice on a platter, he adds cheddar cheese. He can't get enought of it.

    --- On Mon, 8/11/08, Joi <joi_sinclair@sbcglobal.net> wrote:

    From: Joi <joi_sinclair@sbcglobal.net>
    Subject: Budget101.com : Re: "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite - cheap/ EZ
    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    Date: Monday, August 11, 2008, 9:31 AM


    <DIV id="yiv526727006">

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogro ups.com, "aardvark" <aardvark19562002@ ...>
    wrote:
    >
    > We have used this as an easy family meal when added to salad, frozen
    > veggie, or fresh veggie in season (steamed cabbage or sliced
    tomatoes
    > are very easy).
    >
    > Make rice to serve your family - long cooking is cheaper, judge how
    > much your family will eat.
    >
    > Make sauce to serve over rice. This feeds four in our family:
    >
    > Brown one pound hamburger, breaking up well as you cook. Drain on
    > paper towel.
    >
    > Add to one can of cream of mushroom soup made up with only about 2/3
    > can of milk (so it will be a thicker sauce, not runny). Store-brand
    > soup is fine. You may also use cream of chicken soup.
    >
    > You could add any of these to cook with the hamburger: chopped

    onion,
    > Bell peppers. You may add a small drained can of chopped mushroom
    > pieces to the sauce, but do not need to cook it.
    >
    > But the basic hamburger, rice and soup is easiest and cheapest - and
    > still the family favorite here!
    >
    > aardvark
    >
    I use this basice recipe with leftover pork chops, I mince the chops
    add it to a can of cream of mushroom soup and 2 cups cooked rice.
    Serve with a salad.






  4. #4
    Joi
    Guest

    Default "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite - cheap/ EZ

    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, nyislandgirl <islandgirl9559@...>

    wrote:

    >

    > I like to use a can of chili with no beans to the rice. My family

    loves it. You can also use chili with beans with rice. First I

    brown 1lb of ground beef untl the meat is brown, drain the fat, then

    add the can of chili with or without beans. Add it to the rice after

    the rice is cooked or in the same pot while the rice is cooking.

    Either way, its good. My husband loves cheese so when I serve the

    chili and rice on a platter, he adds cheddar cheese. He can't get

    enought of it.

    >

    > --- On Mon, 8/11/08, Joi <joi_sinclair@...> wrote:

    >

    > From: Joi <joi_sinclair@...>

    > Subject: Budget101.com : Re: "Hamburger Rice" - family favorite -

    cheap/ EZ

    > To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    > Date: Monday, August 11, 2008, 9:31 AM

    >

    Sounds good, I used to work in a restaurant where we would take a

    tostada shell top with rice, chili, minced onion and cheese and bake

    it until the cheese melted, wow am I now have a craving. Thanks for

    reminding me,

    >

    >

    >

    >

    >

    > --- In Budget101_@yahoogro ups.com, "aardvark"

    <aardvark19562002@ ...>

    > wrote:

    > >

    > > We have used this as an easy family meal when added to salad,

    frozen

    > > veggie, or fresh veggie in season (steamed cabbage or sliced

    > tomatoes

    > > are very easy).

    > >

    > > Make rice to serve your family - long cooking is cheaper, judge

    how

    > > much your family will eat.

    > >

    > > Make sauce to serve over rice. This feeds four in our family:

    > >

    > > Brown one pound hamburger, breaking up well as you cook. Drain on

    > > paper towel.

    > >

    > > Add to one can of cream of mushroom soup made up with only about

    2/3

    > > can of milk (so it will be a thicker sauce, not runny). Store-

    brand

    > > soup is fine. You may also use cream of chicken soup.

    > >

    > > You could add any of these to cook with the hamburger: chopped

    > onion,

    > > Bell peppers. You may add a small drained can of chopped mushroom

    > > pieces to the sauce, but do not need to cook it.

    > >

    > > But the basic hamburger, rice and soup is easiest and cheapest -

    and

    > > still the family favorite here!

    > >

    > > aardvark

    > >

    > I use this basice recipe with leftover pork chops, I mince the

    chops

    > add it to a can of cream of mushroom soup and 2 cups cooked rice.

    > Serve with a salad.

    >










 

 

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