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Hamburger Buddy

September/October 2007, EatingWell for a Healthy Heart Cookbook (2008)

Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (851 votes)

Very finely chopping onion, mushrooms and carrots in the food processor is not only fast—it makes the vegetables hard to detect for picky eaters. They also form the base for the sauce of this ground beef skillet supper. Make it a meal: Serve with a green salad.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Total comfort food! I've made this dish several times now. My partner actually requests it! My modifications were based upon many suggested by other reviewers: Chop and shred your veggies for the texture, splash of red wine added...

151 Reviews for Hamburger Buddy

06/04/2010
Anonymous

Could I use chicken in this recipe instead of beef? Anyone please? (:

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05/20/2010
Anonymous

The thyme flavor overpowered everything else. I recommend omitting at least half of the thyme.

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05/19/2010
Anonymous

Really good, I dont have a food processor and I chopeed everything really small, and it dosent take very ong to chopped. the only changes that i did was that I only used 1 teaspoon of thyme, and my husband and I dont like mushrooms so I didnt use it and it was still pretty good!!!
The recipe is huge, it can feed an army!!! probably 6 big servings!!

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05/19/2010
Anonymous

This burger was so yummy and i enjoyed cooking it for my family.

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05/10/2010
Anonymous

Recently used a hand food grinder on left-over steak and left over beef hot dogs, combined with ground up
stir-fry frozen veg, frozen cut spinach, and left-over Basmati Rice,added a can of sliced Black olives and some chopped Kalamata Olives, ground Sea Salt & freshly ground Pepper Medley. Pan cooked/heated all in a skillet with XV Olive Oil and served in whole wheat pita pockets. Plan to add mushrooms & sour cream when I use those leftovers, and can use in tortillas with even more veg (Lettuce, Tomato, Onion.)
Who ever thinks left-overs are boring just isn't trying!

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