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Wednesday, October 26, 2005


That's what Mrs. Mo calls it, so that's what it must be.
This makes enough for about 4-5 people usually with some leftover.

What you need.
1 pack hamburger buns (I like wheat, or potato bread ones, but plain is good too).
1 lb hamburger.
1 can cream of onion soup
1/3 cup sour cream
2-3 potatos
1/2 of a medium onion (some type of sweet onion like vadallia).
1 can pork and beans
2 tablespoons brown sugar
dash of worchestishire sauce

Quick Burgers.
Take 1 lb ground beef/chuck/whatever and brown it, drain off the fat as well as you can. Take out about 1/2 cup of the hamburger and sit to the side. Mix in 1 can cream of onion soup, and 1/3 cup sour cream and bring to boil. Serve on buns, I dont add anything to mine, but you could put pepper rings, onion rings, etc, lett/tom prob wouldn't go good with this..

Diced Potatos.
Either wash 2-3 medium sized potatos really well and leave the peelings on, or peel then cut the potatos up into blocks of about 1/2 inch squares. Take 1/2 of a vidallia onion and cube it up into 1/2 inch cubes then break it apart to make little 1/2 inch sized slivers of onion. Heat a skillet with just enough oil to cover the bottom of it till it's hot and add in the onions and potatos. You'll have to stir it from time to time to flip the potatos over to cook on all sides and to make sure the onion browns.

Quick Baked beans.
Empty the can of beans into a small pot, mix in the brown sugar, the left over hamburger from the quickburgers, and the brown sugar, bring to a slow boil, add in just enough worchestishire sauce to change the color of the liquid slightly. As it's boiling mix in the brown sugar and let it disolve, reduce heat and let simmer while you finish up the Diced Potatos.

1 comment:

EvilAtWork said...

Another hurried post that doesn't make sense. You add the brown sugar a little at a time as it's boiling.