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Hey guys, I need help I have a bunch of hamburger to cook and I don’t know wha…

Hey guys, I need help 🥺
I have a bunch of hamburger to cook and I don’t know what to make out of it.
I’ve done hamburgers multiple times & SOS.
I have no spaghetti sauce, so spaghetti is out.
No tortillas or chips so burritos/dip is out.
I have no milk so anything that involves that is out.
I just don’t know what to make 😔

thank for the original creator Amanda Jo Pies

46 thoughts on “Hey guys, I need help I have a bunch of hamburger to cook and I don’t know wha…”

  1. I fry hamburger and a couple slices of bacon and drain it all – then put in pork and beans, some brown sugar and some ketchup and let it all simmer together. Super, quick, cheap and most importantly- yummo!

  2. Potato nachos. Fry potato’s and top with ground beef(with taco seasonings added). Top that with cheese and any other nacho topping you like. Delicious.

  3. Lezly Rhiannon Boblit

    Loose meats with Homemade bread. Homemade Pizza with burger. Walking tacos. Taco salad, chili. Fry burger, potatoes and green beans.

  4. Kimberly Shaffer Gigaroa

    Tater tot casserole, meatballs in chili sauce or bbq sauce, meatloaf, loosemeats

  5. Janice Carr Fisher

    Try the app Supercook. You just put what ingredients you have and it gives you recipes. I love this app. I promise you I do not represent this app in any way. I just like to simplify things and help others.

  6. Cindy Livermore

    Old Fashioned Cabbage Rolls
    1 cup COOKED long-grain rice (or similar variety)
    1.5 pounds lean ground beef (or ‘extra lean’)
    1.5 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce
    1 large egg
    1 yellow onion , peeled and minced
    ⅓ cup parsley , roughly chopped
    3 cloves garlic , minced
    1.5 teaspoons salt
    ½ teaspoon black pepper
    ½ teaspoon dried dill
    ½ teaspoon onion powder
    ½ to 1 teaspoon red chili flakes (optional)
    42 ounces tomato sauce , divided (Three 398 millilitre cans or 14 ounce cans (roughly 5 cups). See point 5 below in recipe ‘Notes.’)
    1 medium head green cabbage (you’ll need about 18 leaves for the rolls and another 8 to 10 or so for the bottom of the dish and over top.)
    half cup of water (leftover from boiling cabbage)
    fresh dill , chopped (garnish, optional)
    Cook rice per package instructions and lay to one side. Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit at this point too.
    In a large bowl combine ground beef with Worcestershire sauce, egg, cooked rice, onion, parsley, garlic, salt, pepper, dill, onion powder, red chili flakes (if using) and ½ cup of tomato sauce. Mix until combined.
    In a large point of boiling water, add head of cabbage and boil for 8 to 10 minutes (carefully turn over partway through). Carefully remove. Don’t discard water because you will need to re-boil the cabbage as you start to peel off the leaves and you will need some of the water for your sauce.Note: Don’t fill pot all the way up because the cabbage will displace some of the water. Before boiling water, test how much the water will displace by placing the head of cabbage in the pot.
    Once cabbage is cool enough to handle, carefully remove leaves and cut out core from each leaf. Once you start taking leaves off, you’ll likely need to add the cabbage back to the boiling water (to soften more leaves). Just boil for another bit, let cool enough to handle and continue removing leaves.
    Place some cabbage leaves on the bottom of a deep 9″ x 13″ baking dish or roasting pan. Taking one leaf at a time, distribute about ¼ cup of ground beef mixture on top and wrap up (fold in sides and roll up, placing in prepared dish, seam side down. Continue with remaining ground beef mixture/leaves.
    Combine remaining tomato sauce with ½ cup of cabbage water. Whisk to incorporate everything. Pour over top of cabbage rolls.

  7. Stephanie Weiss Lafontaine

    Cheeseburger macaroni, Salisbury steak and gravy, meat loaf, taco soup, meatball subs.

  8. Dawna Loden Moore

    Maybe you have a neighbor you can barter with for tomato paste and sauce and/or spaghetti sauce for whatever you have extra or a plate of the spaghetti. Just a thought.

  9. Meatballs, use a variety of sauces. Cocktail, specialty mustards, horseradish sauce. Or make large meatballs stuffed with cheese.

  10. Suzanne Petersen

    I brown it drain it throw in ziplock baggies and freeze to use another time , some I even season for tacos n freeze

  11. Hamburger and potato soup
    Taco salad
    Meatballs w bbq sauce
    Meatballs w gravy
    Stir fry w ramen & veggies
    Stuff bell peppers
    Hamburger steak with gravy on rice or potato
    Frito pie
    Red chile
    Chile beans
    Green chile

  12. Carolyn Benkula

    Cook a bunch and make tacos, then the next meal do tostadas . Spread refried beans on tostada add cheese and put it in the microwave melt cheese add lettuce and chopped tomato

  13. Tanya Swift-Akers

    Meatloaf, tater tot casserole, sloppy joes, meatballs in BQ Sauce, meatballs with gravy, homemade hamburger helper,

  14. Deb DeGroat Mitchell

    Meatballs, or fry like a crumble. You can do so much with that.
    Some of the burger crumbles left in pan put flour in and brown that add water and seasoning make meat gravy. Goes over whatever you have. Bread , noodles, potatoes. Any pasta. Yummy

  15. Cindy Livermore

    Sloppy Joe Sandwich😍😍
    1 pound lean ground beef
    ½ medium onion, chopped
    ¼ cup chopped green pepper
    ⅔ cup ketchup
    1½ teaspoons Worcestershire sauce
    1 teaspoon ground mustard
    ½ teaspoon garlic powder
    ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper
    8 slices Texas toast or hearty white bread
    1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
    4 tablespoons butter
    Add ground beef to a nonstick pan placed over medium heat. Use a wooden spoon to break it apart as it cooks. As soon as you have it crumbled, add the onion and green pepper. Cook until beef is no longer pink and onion and pepper is softened.
    Add ketchup, dry mustard, garlic powder, Worcestershire sauce, and cayenne pepper. Stir to combine well and cook over medium-low heat for 5 minutes. Remove from heat.
    For each sandwich, spread ¼ cup cheese on top of one slice of bread. Top with sloppy joe mixture. Place second piece of bread on top.
    Heat griddle or nonstick pan over medium heat. Add ½ tablespoon butter, let it melt and place sandwich on top. Cook until bottom is golden, lift sandwich with a spatula, place another ½ tablespoon of butter down, and flip sandwich over. Cook until cheese is melted.

  16. Samantha Johnson

    Oven baked cheeseburgers cookand drain ground hamburger make like maidrites with cheese wrap each burger in foil n bake at 350 u won’t do a regular maidrites again I promise add your toppings when your done baking

  17. Amy Christopher

    If you have a pkg of brown gravy mix fry them up like hamburger them make the gravy according to pkg using just small amount less water than it calls for put fried patties in baking dish and pour gravy over top put in oven til gravy boils eat over noodles or mashed potatoes

  18. Fried potatoes with ground beef and Italian seasoning. I add garlic to it and chopped onion. Cook the beef and drain the grease. Use the pan to fry potatoes thinly sliced or cube and par boil then add to the pan. Add your ground beef already cooked add the Italian seasoning onion and chopped garlic. Cook until the potatoes are done. I like it with ketchup and hot sauce.

  19. Kristen Flowers

    Sloppy Joe’s. I make my own sauce with Ketchup, mustard, and a little bit of sugar.

  20. Amanda Jo Pies

    I just gotta say, I am so thankful for this group. Thanks to everyone who has put in suggestions, I made some meat balls tonight and i now have suggestions that should last me a lifetime. I really appreciate you all! ❤️

  21. How about Cottage pie. Brown the meat and add veggies (a can of mixed veggies works really well or frozen mixed veggies… Corn, green beans, peas, carrots) and a little gravy. Then make mashed potatoes and spread over the top and bake until potatoes brown a bit. Sooooo good.!

  22. Just crumble it, season with salt and pepper. When browned we’ll, remove from heat let cool. Put in quart sized freezer bags and freeze. I flash freeze flat then stand or lay flat depending on freezer space. You’ll have ground beef ready to go whenever you want to make pasta sauce, chili, soup. I keep my freezer stocked anytime ground beef is on sale.

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