Reader recipe Hotdish
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Hotdish

Hotdish is another name for casserole used most frequently in the middle united states!  Besides being delicious, this recipe is very versatile and nearly fool-proof!

By kfoisey

Source: kfoisey

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  • Prep time 20-30 minutes
  • Cook time 20 minutes
  • Portion size 10

Ingredients

  • 2 2oniononions, chopped
  • 1 lb 1lbground beef or ground pork, or a combination of the two
  • 1/2 cup 1/2cupbutter
  • 1 lb 1lbany cooked leftover meatmeats, (beef, pork ham, chicken or sausage)
  • 1/3 cup 1/3cuphoney
  • 1/2 cup 1/2cupsoy sauce
  • 1 tsp 1tspgarlic powder
  • 1 tsp 1tspseasoning salt
  • 1 tsp 1tspground black pepper
  • 1 dash 1dashhot sauce, to taste
  • 2 2cooked medium shrimp, without tails
  • 2 lb 2lbmixed veggies, (use your favourite)
  • 8 oz 8ozcanned, sliced mushroommushrooms
  • 6 cups 6cupscooked rice, white, brown or a mixture
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Preparation

In your largest stove-top pan, over medium heat, fry hamburger and onions together until hamburger is crumbly and onions are translucent. Drain off the fat. Add butter, stir til it melts. Chop the "leftover" meat into bite-sized pieces, add. Then add the shrimp, honey and soy sauce. Simmer 10 minutes to marry the flavors. This should be on the wet side, if it's not, add more soy sauce or your favorite flavoured vinegar. Season with garlic powder, seasoning salt and ground pepper, and hot sauce, if desired. Steam, boil, or microwave the frozen veggies, drain and add them with the mushrooms. Add the cooked rice. If there's not enough room in the pan, combine the meat mixture with the rice in a large roasting pan you've sprayed with non-stick cooking spray. Mix it well. If you're not ready to serve it yet, you can keep it warm in a 350 degree F. oven for up to an hour and a half.

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