This was the perfect low budget, midweek meal--perfect for what it is. I could rename it the 'kitchen sink' recipe. I cooked up one organic onion and one pound of grass-fed, humanely raised ground beef. To the pan I added (all veggies are organic) one sort of shriveled, diced red pepper, two stalks of celery and two carrots. I seasoned it with a few bay leaves, garlic powder, lemon pepper, salt and a half glass of red wine from last night.
In the greased 9 x 13 pan I cubed 4 large potatoes, 7 tiny white turnips and two small yams—all from my local CSA box. I put the meat/veggie mixture over the potato mixture. I mixed a large can of crm. of mush soup, a few ounces of leftover evaporated milk, a few ounces of leftover beef broth and a half can of creamed corn—all leftovers in the fridge from the past couple of days and poured it over the meat and potatoes. Baked the whole thing for 45 minutes. Yum!!! It made enough for two adults and two teenage boys with plenty of leftovers for our lunches tomorrow. What a way to use leftovers and extend our food budget. Thanks LadyGuin2!
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This was the perfect low budget, midweek meal--perfect for what it is. I could rename it the...