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Western Hash

Western Hash recipe
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A cheesy topping crowns this skillet dish of ground beef, rice, tomatoes, green pepper and onion. It’s an easy, family-pleasing meal.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
6 servings, about 1-1/2 cups each
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posted:
11/5/2003
My kids don't like tomatoes and onions in anything so I have to 'trick' them. I used tomato paste and minced onion along with other spices, and then added water for the moisture. The kids loved it!
posted:
7/17/2003
posted:
6/24/2003
I could tell this recipe needed some creativity. I used TBS. Olive oil while browning meat. Then, I added a handful fresh chopped parsley, green bell pepper, salt, pepper, 1/2 TSP. minced garlic, and TSP. celery salt. I used green onions(Green part & all, instead of onion.) I also used 1 1/2 cans of tomatoes, and 2 cups hot water(for the rice.) Because of this, the meal came out fabulous! It had tons of flavor, and I served it with Krafts Italian pasta salad, and the Parmesan Breadsticks. DELISH! :)
posted:
6/12/2003
it had all of my favorite to use ingredients in the recipe
posted:
5/12/2003
posted:
4/27/2003
I added a little garlic and chili powder to the dish to give it some kick. My tomatos did not have much juce so I added a little water, it looked to dry for the rice. My 10 year old ate all and wanted more and she never eats her meat. My family loved it.
posted:
4/22/2003
My husband ate like it was his last meal. He loved it!
posted:
3/21/2003
posted:
3/1/2003
This is a fun and tasty recipe. You can alter it in so many ways and it still tastes good. I've used shredded cheddar, Mexican Velvetta, celery salt, okra, etc. I also like to use diced tomatos with sauce in it.
posted:
10/29/2002
easy & tasty
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