I made this for last night's dinner, alongside mashed potatoes, wilted kale, and corn muffins. I made it pretty well close to the recipe, only leaving out the ketchup and subbing the French onion soup with the melee of partially-used onion/beefy onion mixes I had laying around. Although I found myself wanting to add fresh garden herbs of some sort to brighten this up, I resisted and added only fresh onion, garlic powder, and a can of mushrooms, which was excitedly pleading to be saved from culinary anonymity in the rear of the pantry. Topped with a few sprinkles of French's french fried onions and this was VERY good! Very reminiscent of something my mother would have made back in the 70s/80s. Very pleasing to my Texas taste buds. I would love to share a picture, but not a morsel was leftover from any of the meal. The potatoes played pillow to the beef, the cornbread made way with gravy, and the kale, usually a main attraction, got swept up in the forkwind as the obligatory price of admission required for the indulgence of traditional meat-and-potato dinners. By morning only the not-so-non-stick muffin pan lay hungover in the sink to tell the tale.
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I made this for last night's dinner, alongside mashed potatoes, wilted kale, and corn muffins....