Big Earl's Wiener de Hunt
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2 Tbspcooking oil or olive oil
1 1/2 cgreen onions, chopped (white and green)
1 mediumgreen bell peppers, seeds removed, chopped
1 mediumred bell pepper, seeds removed, chopped
1 mediumyellow bell pepper, seeds removed, chopped
1 Tbspblack pepper (+ or - to taste)
1 Tbspsalt (+ or - to taste)
1 jar(s)your favorite spaghetti sauce (48 ounces)
2 can(s)mushrooms, sliced (4 ounces each, optional)
2 tspbeef bouillon (or 2 cubes, optional)
2 Tbsphot sauce (+ or - to taste, optional)
1 pkgbeef wieners (8 wieners), cut into 1/2 inch pieces
3 cwhite rice, (cooked)
How to Make Big Earl's Wiener de Hunt
- I ate this many time as a child and so did my six children as they grew up. Some of my children have continued to serve it to their children. Most adults and children like it. I have modified it to use a jar of my favorite spaghetti sauce instead of homemade sauce. I also added the beef bullion, mushrooms, and hot sauce and made all of these optional. This recipe will make about sixteen three cups servings.
- Cut all 8 wieners into 1/2 inch pieces.
- Heat cooking oil in large cast iron skillet over medium heat. Add onion, and bell pepper; cook stirring frequently until onion and peppers are soft. You don't have to use a cast iron skillet. Any large cooking pot will do. I just happen to have a large old six inch deep cast iron skillet that I love and I use it to cook almost everything.
- Add spaghetti sauce, beef bullion, salt, pepper, and hot sauce, and simmer on low heat stirring occasionally for at least 30 minutes to a hour until is is good and hot. Turn the heat off.
- About 30 minutes before you are ready to eat, turn heat under the sauce to low, add the wieners and mushrooms and simmer stirring occasionally. Prepare the rice.
- Cook the rice as per the instructions on the box. Fluff the rice with a fork and add to the sauce. Stir to mix rice into the sauce. Simmer about 15 more minutes stirring frequently to allow the rice to absorb some of the sauce.