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Give me your recipes user banned
2nd Sep '13

Using ground beef. I sat some out earlier to thaw and can't think of anything I want to make.
I don't want spaghetti, tacos, or hamburgers.
Give me something DIFFERENT to make. :) I pretty much have everything that you can think of, ingredients wise. I'm just not very creative when it comes to cooking.

Iyahna :^P Southern California, CA, United States 12727 posts
2nd Sep '13

Stuffed bell peppers,meat loaf,taco salad..

user banned 2 kids; Copiague, New York 1881 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting Iyahna :^P:" Stuffed bell peppers,meat loaf,taco salad.."


I thought about making meatloaf, but mine ALWAYS burns around the edges for some reason! :( >:(



user banned 1 child; Covington, VA, United States 1705 posts
2nd Sep '13

I love making meatloaf ! I bake mine for an hour at 350 degrees & it always comes out perfect !

ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10321 posts
2nd Sep '13

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Mexican Stuff Shells???



It's ground meat made with taco seasoning. then you add 4 oz of cream cheese and let that sit to cool completely.
Boil the large shells.
Put taco sauce on the bottom of a casserole dish.
Fill the shells with the meat mixture.
Salsa on top.
I added onions as well. You can put olives or whatever too.



Then bake it at 350 for 20-30 minutes & Add cheese for the last 5-10 minutes.



ETA: top with sour cream!

user banned 1 child; Covington, VA, United States 1705 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting ℓauren♥:" Mexican Stuff Shells??? It's ground meat made with taco seasoning. then you add 4 oz of cream cheese ... [snip!] ... or whatever too. Then bake it at 350 for 20-30 minutes & Add cheese for the last 5-10 minutes. ETA: top with sour cream!"


That looks delicious ! Mind if I steal it ? lol

ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10321 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting ti
user banned 2 kids; Copiague, New York 1881 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting ℓauren♥:" Mexican Stuff Shells??? It's ground meat made with taco seasoning. then you add 4 oz of cream cheese ... [snip!] ... or whatever too. Then bake it at 350 for 20-30 minutes & Add cheese for the last 5-10 minutes. ETA: top with sour cream!"


Man, that looks good! The only thing that I don't have are the shells! Argg!! I'm def gonna try this soon! Thanks girl!

SaraDenise 2 kids; Durant, Oklahoma 827 posts
2nd Sep '13
ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10321 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting LaLa_Crazy:" Man, that looks good! The only thing that I don't have are the shells! Argg!! I'm def gonna try this soon! Thanks girl!"


No problem! It's definitely a process but it's a family favorite around here!

ℓauren♥ Due October 28 (girl); 1 child; Virginia Beach, Virginia 10321 posts
2nd Sep '13

if you wanna make meatloaf you should try mini meatloaf! I just put them in a cupcake pan, it cooks faster! it may not burn that way either!

user banned 2 kids; Copiague, New York 1881 posts
2nd Sep '13
Quoting ℓauren♥:" if you wanna make meatloaf you should try mini meatloaf! I just put them in a cupcake pan, it cooks faster! it may not burn that way either!"


That's what I'm going to do! So much easier.

~Teri.Lynn~ 2 kids; Killeen, Texas 205 posts
2nd Sep '13

You can make Korean style ground beef lol. Its pretty much the marinade for a Korean dish called Bulgogi but with ground beef instead of flank steak.



Marinade the ground beef in soy sauce, fresh pressed or minced garlic, sugar, pepper, and sesame seed oil for at least an hour. You can throw in sliced onions and carrots too if you want. After its done marinating just cook it all in a frying pan and serve it over steamed rice. :) It's really simple and tastes good!

user banned 1 child; :), :), United States 5380 posts
2nd Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~Teri.Lynn~:</b>" You can make Korean style ground beef lol. Its pretty much the marinade for a Korean dish called Bulgogi ... [snip!] ... its done marinating just cook it all in a frying pan and serve it over steamed rice. :) It's really simple and tastes good!"</blockquote>



Yummm! I'm definitely making that!