Ground Beef Noodle & Sour Cream
½ oz butter
1 small onion finely chopped
8 ozs beef mince
4 ozs tagliatelle*
½ teaspoon celery salt
12 fl ozs tomato juice
Pepper & Salt
1 tsp worcestershire sauce
5 ozs sour cream
Heat Butter in a large pan, add onion and cook until soft. Add meat and brown. Meanwhile cook noodles to directions on packet drain and refresh with cold running water. Spread cooked noodles over Meat and add tomato juice, celery salt, and thyme, Worcestershire sauce, salt & pepper. Cover and simmer for about 30 mins stirring occasionally. Stir in sour cream.
Serve with bread & side salad.
* Spellchecker didn’t like my use of Tagliatelle. It suggested Taleteller – It knows me too well. 😆
You have to help me, Gm. I went into my local grocery store and when I asked for 4 oz. of Tagliatelle the man said he had to get it in the back.
I watched him and he didn’t go in the back at all, he called the place where they dispatch a couple of men with butterfly nets and those white coats with the funny sleeves. I have that on now and can barely type.
Help me! They are holding me at the Northern Pennsylvania Hospital for the Very Very Delirious.
Can you call somebody for me?
I’m here for you Nancy. I was in Magungie (between Allentown and Pottstown) this weekend at my son’s place. That was my chance to help you. Now I’m back in Shippensburg.
On second thought , you are on your own.
Just pretend you do not know Grannymar, and these men in white coats may, I said may, leave you alone.
I think Grannyamar meant 4 ozs. of teguila! This always makes “ground beef noodles better.
Nancy – Have been released yet? I was busy dying with man flu this afternoon.
Mayo – If you were a real friend to Nancy, not alone would you have driven over with the tagliatelle, but cooked the meal and server a tequila for her!
I think this is called “Hamburger Helper” in my neck of the woods.
Oh, Triple-W, that cuts to the quick! Especially when a woman has the … ahem … person flu. Contrary to popular belief, we men did NOT create that flu.
WWW – “Hamburger Helper” somehow reminds of a man I met at the hospital when I had the fall last September. He was was on a soft/liquid diet and missed his ‘Big Mac’, so brought it home with a coke and put the lot through a blender.
Tee 0 – Give me a few days and I will be fighting fit once more.
Sounds good. It looks a little bit like a super-quick bolognese sauce unless I’m mistaken…
Yosuke – I often heard the phrase ‘There is nothing new, in fashion!’, Maybe the same can be said for recipes.
Thank you for visiting.