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October 2nd, 2005, 03:09 PM
SavaAngel's Avatar Mama to AJ & Katie
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My Dh's family has this dish they make that is really good. We call it "Sava Slop", but you can really call it whatever you want. It is a "hamburger helper" type dish.

It calls for:
one pound ground beef (probably could substitute ground turkey or chicken too)
one package of your favorite noodle (works best with macaroni or egg noodles for us)
one onion (depending on size) or dehydrated minced onion
V8 Juice (make sure it is "vegetable juice" if you buy the off brand-tomatoe juice doesn't make it taste right)
Sour cream (half a regular sized container)
Seasoning to taste (I usually add garlic power, salt and pepper)

In a deep frying pan or regular pot (MIL uses an electric skillet), cook the onion partially, then add the ground beef and brown that until it is cooked. Drain any extra fat, and then add noodles and V8 juice. (If using dehydrated onion, I recommend adding them either just before draining the fat or right after the V8 is added) Bring to a boil and then turn to low until noodles are done. V8 should thicken to a sauce. (If you boiled it and turned to low with the lid on, your sauce may be thinner....leave cover off a bit to thicken sauce.) Add seasonings to taste. When done, before serving, mix in half of the container of Sour cream. It will make it look slightly pinkish.

Serve with a veggie or salad and rolls or bread if desired.

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October 2nd, 2005, 04:07 PM
dkmommy's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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yummy - i'll have to try that!
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