Recipes Meals under $2.50 Amish Poor Mans Steak

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    Here is a relatively inexpensive recipe that will feed the entire family for under $2.50 for the entire dish. Serves well with Baked Potato and a steamed veggie.

    1 lb. ground beef (or ground turkey w/ 2 Tsp Beef Bouillion added to it)
    1 C. milk
    1 C. cracker crumbs
    1/4 tsp.

    1 tsp. salt
    1 small onion, chopped

    1 can mushroom soup
    1 C. water or milk

    Mix all together, except soup and water/milk and shape into a narrow loaf.
    Let sit in refrigerator for at least 8 hours or overnight.

    Cut loaf into slices and fry in a skillet on both sides until browned Put
    slices in baking dish Mix 1 can mushroom soup with 1 cup of water or milk
    and pour over each piece Bake at 325 for 35-40 minutes



    This recipe sounds lovely, I would saute some mushrooms to add to it.



    wish i could find ground meat for that price…..going for about 3.29 a pound if lucky here in good old VT



    Sounds delicious! Yes, we like mushrooms too.



    Hi there,
    I live in Massachusetts. This is an idea for anyone in the country though. Buy a cheap roast and have them grind it. I find roasts can be cheaper than hamburg.

    It is awesome hamburg after it has been freshly grinded.



    this sounds good, gonna give it a try!



    This sounds like a good recipe to try out!



    Love the idea of getting the roast ground. Hamburger is high priced in my area too.



    I have been making something similar for a while, 1lb of ground anything, i usually do lean ground beef, 1 box of chicken stuffing mix, and 1 egg. You cook the stuffing, let it cool,then mix everything together, form patties and cook in the skillet…. i always make green bean casserole with this, they go great together!



    Where will they grind a roast that I buy? Sry.



    @ddrew 1038741 wrote:

    Where will they grind a roast that I buy? Sry.

    the butcher – ring the bell by the butcher door

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