Debbie's StoryThis is a very lean, tasty, juicy, loose meat sandwich filling. Made famous in the Mid American States.
dried chopped onions
lean ground chuck
chicken broth (i use swanson's)
salt (less if broth is salted)
hamburger buns/hot dog buns for children (less messy)
mustard, to taste
chopped fresh onion
envelope of dry onion soup mix
1Soak the dried onions in the water.
2Crumble ground beef into a hot skillet and cook over medium high heat with 1/2 of your fresh chopped onion.
3When the soaked onions have begun to soften and expand, add it and any remaining water (if any) to the beef.
4Stir frequently as the meat browns, using a wooden spoon to break the meat into small crumbles.
5When the meat has browned, drain off fat add the chicken broth, small squirt of mustard, salt and pepper and dry onion soup mix
6Cook until liquid is ALMOST gone, about 10 minutes
7Serve meat on buns with mustard, fresh chopped onions, mustard and dill pickle.
About this Recipe
Loretta Cox nevadabrowneyedgirl - Nov 8, 2011
how much chopped fresh onion? it just says 2
sophie chapman ann86ette - Mar 29, 2014
My family loves this, thank you. I just add some shredded cheese, wrap it in tin foil and put it in the oven for 15 mins, it's perfect.
Chad O chadlyo - Jul 16, 2014
Way off. I think you like onions and salt. I used low sodium broth and you suggest adding more salt??? Wasted a LB of hamburger on this one.