Texas Hash

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Back in February when we took a trip back up to our old stomping grounds I gathered some of the recipes that my mom had handwritten in one of her cookbooks. I came across one called “Texas Hash” with my grandma’s name next to it. So I thought, sure, I’ll give that a try. And that’s just what I did last night. After eating it I have a few modifications I would make for the next go round of making it. But overall it was pretty good.

Dice onion and green pepper
Melt 3tbs of butter on the stove - I used my Dutch Oven which then made this a one pot meal!
Slightly brown your onions
Then add your ground beef
Once the beef if almost all cooked add your green pepper and diced tomatoes (I chopped up fresh tomatoes)
Add uncooked rice
Add all seasonings

Put a cover on it and place in the oven at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Then take the lid off and cook for another 15 minutes



While that was in the oven - Little Finch received spelling and sentence structuring lessons from her beloved



I have no idea what Texas Hash is supposed to go with so I quickly made up some mini cornbread muffins and then topped them with the hash. I also added a dollop of sour cream because I thought it was a little salty. However, when we make this again I will more than likely serve it with some polenta and cheese. *Enjoy!



-3 diced onion

-1 diced green pepper

-cook 3tbs fat (I used butter) with onions until yellow. Add 1 lb beef and fry until mixture falls apart. Stir in 2 c cooked tomatoes (I just used fresh ones), 1/2 c uncooked rice, 1 tsp chili powder, 2 tsp salt (I would use 1 and then add as you need), 1/8 tsp pepper. Put in greased 2 qt casserole dish (I used my Dutch Oven) and bake for 45 minutes at 350 degrees. Uncover and cook for 15 minutes more.

Serves 6

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