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  1. #1
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    Feb 2014

    Default Hamburger Dump Soup


    1 pound ground beef, lean
    3 Bouillon beef bouillon cubes *
    1 can tomato sauce *
    3 quarts water *
    1/2 teaspoon salt
    1 teaspoon black pepper
    1 each onion chopped
    1/2 teaspoon basilVideo *
    1 teaspoon parsley flakes *
    1 can mushrooms cut up*
    3 cans mixed vegetables *
    1/2 pound noodles
    1 can tomatoes cut up*
    * not incl. in nutrient facts


    Put water in a large pot.

    Bring to a boil; add bouillon cubes, tomato sauce, salt, pepper, parsley, onion and basil.
    Drop hamburger into pot in small pieces.

    Simmer for 10 minutes on medium heat.

    Add the vegetables, mushrooms, tomatoes and the noodles or rice.

    You can also use up the small bowls of vegetables leftover in your refrigerator.

    Add more water if necessary.

    Cook until the noodles are done.

  2. #2
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    Join Date
    Jan 2014

    Default Re: Hamburger Dump Soup

    We make a version of this, with the plan being to use up the leftovers in the fridge, or the excess canned vegetables that have built up in the cabinet. You can use any veg, pasta rice or grains (like barley) and any meat that you need to stretch. Dump it into a pot season to taste, and cook until grain products are done. It's a great way to avoid waste and stretch meat B')

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