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Old 08-02-2015, 02:25 PM   #11
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Oh, what a great deal! Relatives with benefits!

I'll have to post a recipe that I got from the Recipes of North Dakota website for tomato soup. It was outrageously good, and disgustingly simple.
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Old 08-02-2015, 02:35 PM   #12
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I'll have to post a recipe that I got from the Recipes of North Dakota website for tomato soup. It was outrageously good, and disgustingly simple.
Looking forward to it!
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Thanks Dawgluver! I've got it bookmarked!
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This sounds like my stuffed cabbage without the cabbage. I use beef and pork, rice, kraut and tomato juice (has to be Sacramento brand). This sounds like a quick easy variation. Thanks
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This sounds like my stuffed cabbage without the cabbage. I use beef and pork, rice, kraut and tomato juice (has to be Sacramento brand). This sounds like a quick easy variation. Thanks

Thanks, MsM! Yes, sort of a deconstructed cabbage roll. You might need to add a half can of water if it's too thick.
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Thanks, MsM! Yes, sort of a deconstructed cabbage roll. You might need to add a half can of water if it's too thick.
That's why I use tomato juice instead of tomato sauce it is just loose enough. Maybe you should loosen it up with juice so you don't take away from the nice tomato flavor.
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Not a bad idea, MsM! I'll try some low-sodium V-8 instead of water next time. The current batch isn't going to last long...
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I made this for dinner tonight. Easier than making cabbage rolls and just as tasty. I had a small size can Frank's kraut on hand. I like this size since it's more easily used up than a whole 2 lb package. Ok flavor.

I used a good size cup Prego spaghetti sauce, because that's what I had, + kraut juice + 1 C water. I used regular Uncooked rice, so it needed extra water and baked it in a covered casserole until the rice was done about a half hour, then baked uncovered a little longer. I made a whole lb burger, put half in the casserole and half to the freezer. To the sauce I added garlic powder, and about a tsp each dry marjoram and thyme. A spoonful of red wine vinegar and another spoonful brown sugar. There. (dusts hands), didn't want it to resemble Spaghetti flavor. It didn't, should have used more than a heaping cup of jarred sauce.

Worthy of making again and just the right amount of leftovers.
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Mom's Beefy Sauerkraut Hotdish I like this. As requested: Brown about a half pound ground beef. I add some sliced onions. Drain. Add a can of undrained sauerkraut and a cup of either cooked rice or a half cup of uncooked Minute rice. I usually use regular Frank's sauerkraut, but all I had this time was Bavarian, it was fine. Dump in a can of Campbell's Tomato soup, either regular or Heathy Request. Add s&p to taste. Cook until rice is done. 3 stars 1 reviews
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