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    I purchased 1 pound of ground beef and fried it on a pan. I mixed that up with a bunch of this flavored spicy Jambalaya Mexican rice or whatever it's called and presto-I have a complete dinner plate.

    What else quick and easy can I do w/ ground beef?

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    Originally posted by MonsterZero View Post
    I purchased 1 pound of ground beef and fried it on a pan. I mixed that up with a bunch of this flavored spicy Jambalaya Mexican rice or whatever it's called and presto-I have a complete dinner plate.

    What else quick and easy can I do w/ ground beef?
    How high is up? You could fill a book the size of a Webster Dictionary with recipe posibilities. What are you looking for?
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    • #3
      Dump in ketchup and some brown sugar and you have BBQ.
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      • #4
        If you make up a basic marinara sauce and add ground beef, you've got a great spaghetti and meat sauce meal.

        If you add sour cream, a can of cream of mushroom soup along with lots of paprika, sauteed' onions, garlic and green pepper and ladle it over egg noodles, you've got beef stroganoff.

        If you cook up some ramen noodles in chicken broth, add the beef, along with some sauteed' garlic, fresh ginger, soy sauce, some bok-choy and lots of chopped scallions, you have a nice Oriental dish.

        Offhand, I can think of at least a half dozen Tex-Mex dishes that use ground beef.
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        • #5
          How about a one pound hamburger?
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          • #6
            Meat Loaf
            Burritos base filling
            Add to Mac and Cheese
            Sloppy Joes to your taste
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              Mick Jagger would say 'just had a all meat pie'
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              • #8
                Meat Balls
                Topping for pizza
                "Ask not what your country can do for you"

                Left wing, Right Wing same bird that they are killing.

                you’re entitled to your own opinion but not your own facts.

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                • #9
                  Diced onions, diced garlic, diced jalapeno or serano peppers, chili powder, ground cumin, cayenne pepper, a cup or two of beer or red wine...
                  • Brown & drain the ground beef.
                  • Saute the onions, garlic & peppers.
                  • Add the seasonings (measure to taste)...Add salt if you like.
                  • Add the wine or beer...You can even add some of both...Just don't use white wine.


                  Put it all in a stew pot or dutch oven and heat thoroughly. Add more beer, wine or water to your desired consistency.

                  Voila! Texas Red! (real chili).

                  Add beans if you want...But then you have Yankee chill and not Texas Red.

                  Freshly cooked pinto beans are best. If you're in a hurry, drain and rinse a can of Ranch Style Beans and add that to your chili.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by The Doctor View Post
                    Diced onions, diced garlic, diced jalapeno or serano peppers, chili powder, ground cumin, cayenne pepper, a cup or two of beer or red wine...
                    • Brown & drain the ground beef.
                    • Saute the onions, garlic & peppers.
                    • Add the seasonings (measure to taste)...Add salt if you like.
                    • Add the wine or beer...You can even add some of both...Just don't use white wine.


                    Put it all in a stew pot or dutch oven and heat thoroughly. Add more beer, wine or water to your desired consistency.

                    Voila! Texas Red! (real chili).

                    Add beans if you want...But then you have Yankee chill and not Texas Red.

                    Freshly cooked pinto beans are best. If you're in a hurry, drain and rinse a can of Ranch Style Beans and add that to your chili.
                    Where in the hell is the dark chocolate?!
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                    • #11
                      Ground beef is that mince?
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Freightshaker View Post
                        Dump in ketchup and some brown sugar and you have BBQ.
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by dgfred View Post
                          That is blasphemy in these parts . Watch yourself buddy .
                          "Sloppy Joes", sorry...
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                          • #14
                            Quick and easy things to do w/ ground beef?

                            Originally posted by MonsterZero View Post
                            What else quick and easy can I do w/ ground beef?
                            Hello Monster!
                            Boy, I'll tell you what, one the the still best tasting things I can think of is: hamburger and beans cooked in a skillet.

                            Here is what you do.
                            • cook one pound of hamburger in skillet.
                            • drain out the fat.
                            • shake about 15 times Lawry's garlic salt into it.
                            • cook a can of pork and beans in the skillet with the hamburger.
                            • squeeze about 1/2 a bottle of ketchup into the skillet.
                            • heat until hot.
                            • ladle into a bowl, and use potato chips as shovels to eat it.
                            • pour yourself a nice glass of Pepsi with lots of ice to wash it down.
                            I don't know why, but this is truly an outstanding meal.
                            Please try it, and tell me what you think.
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                            • #15
                              Ground beef Quiche (Pie).
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