To call this dish “easy” is truly an understatement. Even with the step to hydrate your Freeze Dried Beef. If you want to try this on for flavor without popping a can of precious beef open, just brown a lb. of beef and use instead. Continue reading
This recipe is great to use up left over homemade tortillas. Even if they have gone a little dry, you can use them in this recipe and have great results! Continue reading
The PTA at my Elementary school used to make a version of this recipe to sell to kids at lunch time for fund raising. The potatoes in the recipe really cut down the amount, and therefore the cost, of the ground beef. Here it really stretches my dollar as freeze dried ground beef is no where close to cheap, BUT hash brown potatoes are. The sauce on these is by far my favorite, though childhood memories may be keeping me a little biased. Continue reading
This chili comes together quickly. Especially since I have no need to rehydrate my ground beef or onion before mixing. It cuts down on my prep time and my think ahead time. This is my husbands favorite chili. Continue reading
This is an old recipe from my mother-in-law. Most of the original measurements were “to taste.” The amounts listed here are what my family likes.
Recipe from Karen Continue reading
This is an old time family favorite made simple with the use of freeze-dried meats and veggies. This answers the question: “Honey, what are you going to do with all those #10 cans?”
Original recipe courtesy of Grandma C.