My mom was from MN and I grew up in CT and I ate a few different versions of this dish. It was on the public school lunch menu as American Chop Suey and mom called it Slumgullion at our house. I season as I go from meat to veggies and don't do the soy sauce or tomato sauce. I make it w/ all diced tomatoes. When I'm trying to watch the red meat intake I do half lean ground beef and a can of rinsed Great Northern beans. The tomatoes help make the beans look like macaroni.
Very comforting nostalgia meal for me in the fall. Mom would serve it with bread and butter on the side:lol:
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My mom was from MN and I grew up in CT and I ate a few different versions of this dish. It...