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CindyJoan’s Spaghetti Sauce
makes 36 Cups
6 pounds ground beef — browned and drained1 pound gound Italian Sausage — browned and drained
4 onions — chopped
6 cans mushrooms (or 2 pounds fresh, sauteed) — draineditalian seasoning
7 jars spaghetti sauce (Approx. 180 ounces)
3 cans tomato — diced1 cup chopped peppers (I have them frozen)
1 can tomato paste — large can
Brown beef, onions, peppers, sausage and Italian seasoning (2 pounds at atime). Drain well. Put in stock pot, add mushrooms, sauce, tomatoes, tomato
paste, and remaining seasoning, simmer.
Use 13 cups in the following recipes, Freeze the remaining in freezer bagsin family size portions for pizza and spagetti.
(Makes 2 meals)6 cups Joan’s Spaghetti Sauce
16 ounces mozzarella cheese — shredded
2 pounds mostaccoli noodles — just cookedCook noodles until just done, drain, cool with cold water. Add sauce, divide
in half, put each half into gallon freezer bag. Divide mozzarella and freeze
separately in quart freezer bags. Attach cheese to mostaccoli.To serve: Thaw for 1 day, put into casserole dish and sprinkle cheese on top
Microwave for 5-10 minutes.
Lazy Lasagna(Makes 3 meals)
12 ounces lasagna noodles — uncooked
7 cups Joan’s Spaghetti Sauce2 cups cottage cheese
2 eggs, beaten
16 ounces Mozzarella –shreddedMix together cottage cheese and egg. In two 10x6x2-inch baking dishes,
spread one cup of the sauce on the bottom of each dish. Then make layers in
this order: uncooked noodles, cottage cheese/egg mixture, mozzarella cheeseand sauce; repeat; sprinkle cheese on top. Wrap pan in foil; label and
To serve: Thaw completely (takes about 1 1/2 days in refrigerator.) Baketightly covered at 350-degrees F for about 45 minutes, or until the edges
are bubbly and center is hot. Take cover off during final 10 minutes of
baking time. Let stand 10 minutes before serving.Note: Make sure the noodles are completely covered with sauce – if necessary
add a small amount – 1/2 c – of water
Hamburger Pie(Makes 3 meals)
2 onions — chopped
3 pounds ground beef4 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon pepper
6 9″ pie shell4 egg — beaten
3 cups cottage cheese
3 cups mozzarella cheese — shreddedSaute onions. Add hamburger, cook until no longer red. Add salt and pepper
and put 1/4 meat mixture in each pie shell. Beat eggs. Add cottage cheese to
eggs, pour 1/2 over meat on each pie. Put the rest of the meat on andsprinkle with cheese. Place another pie crust on top, crimp edges. Cover
with foil, flash freeze, then put into ziplock.
To serve: Thaw all day in refrigerator, then bake at 375F for 30 minutes.Hamburger Stroganoff
(Makes 3 meals)
3 pounds ground beef — browned and drained2 onions — chopped
6 cans mushroom (or 1 pound fresh, sauteed)
6 cans cream of mushroom soup, condensed3 cups milk
3 cups sour cream (Added after thawed)Brown beef & onion. Drain. Add the rest of the ingredients, simmer 10
minutes. Divide into thirds. Put each third in a gallon freezer bag, flatten
and freeze.To Serve:Thaw, and heat, adding 1 cup sour cream. Serve over noodles
Note: My stroganoff was a bit runny when thawed, I made rice and made it
into a casserole.Joan’s Meat Loaf
(Makes 3 meals)
6 pounds ground beef — thawed4 eggs — beaten
2 packages onion & mushroom soup mix
1 cup ketchup1 cup BBQ Sauce
1/2 cup worcestershire sauce
2 cups oatmealMix all ingredients well. Put 1/3 in each aluminum lined dish. Flash freeze.
Remove from dish and put in ziplock.
To Serve: Thaw for 1 day, put back in dish and bake at 350F for 1 hour.[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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