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Old 03-05-2018, 04:06 PM   #45869
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Well made Rez-burger Helper is a truly fine thing. (BrokenArrow, there is an American semi-instant meal mix called Hamburger Helper. This is a play on that name.) My version, however, not so much. I think part of the problem was too lean a grade of ground beef. I cheated and made my roux for the sauce in the drippings. There wasn't enough fat to release the starch from the flour. My sauce didn't stay together.


I love the really cheesy version my mom used to make before she got all heath food on us. She'd mix in a touch of tomato paste and some finely chopped dill pickles. It tasted like a nice cheeseburger.


Remember spam spread sandwiches?
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