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Beef Cabbage Hash

"'As a busy working mother of two, I often rely on this comforting all-in-one skillet recipe when we need a quick meal,' relates Penny Wolverton of Parsons, Kansas. It's simple, satisfying and costs only 55 cents for each serving."
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25 m servings
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  1. In a large skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Add remaining ingredients. Cover and cook over medium-high heat for 10 minutes or until potatoes are tender.

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I tried it because it was healthy, economical and I had the items on hand, but I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. I added about a 1/2 teaspoon of both thyme and garlic powder and used ...

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Good, basic dish. Kinda plain unless you add enough salt for your taste. Try it with some ketchup--adds a bit of extra "zing"!

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I tried it because it was healthy, economical and I had the items on hand, but I didn't expect it to be as good as it was. I added about a 1/2 teaspoon of both thyme and garlic powder and used ...

The family raved. I forgot to add the onion and it was still really good. I think next time I will just put it in the shredder with the cabbage.

This was really good and easy. My whole family loved it and the recipe was great for a change from the normal hamburger dish

It was very good, but needed a little something so I just added some diced up KimChee (a spicy Korean cabbage) and it was de-lish! Thanks!

Has potential! I substituted turnips for the potatoes, and added 4 T of white wine and 2 chopped strips of bacon at the end. Still needs...something. Husband suggested I fry the leftovers (...

I did an ingredient search to get rid of some leftovers in my fridge and used this recipe as a base. I added rice and gravy instead of water to the hash mixture and then covered with mashed pot...

Good, basic dish. Kinda plain unless you add enough salt for your taste. Try it with some ketchup--adds a bit of extra "zing"!

I decided to make this recipe because I just happened to have the ingredients. Overall it was pretty good but some improvements could be made depending on your family's taste. I made the rec...

This is okay. Something to prepare when you cant go shopping. But it is not very good.

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