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Old 10-25-2006, 11:55 PM   #1
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Default Tonight'* cooking tip!

Hamburger Helper Stroganoff mix.

Substitute the Milk portion for a brick of cream cheese and additional 1/2 cup of water.

Substitute the ground beef portion for mild italian sausage (ground, from the meat counter).

Simply FANTASTIC. I have died and gone to heaven. I think I'll eat until my airbed pops from the weight. Dog gets NO leftovers in the morning.
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Old 10-25-2006, 11:59 PM   #2
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I love teh stroganoff hamburger helper!

and i love substituting sausage!

ill have to try the cream cheese!!!
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I would have substituted sour cream, but I don't have any.

It was used up making more salmon dip. :P
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Mmm That sounds yummy. I think im going to try it.
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oh wow, sounds perfect. definitely somethin i'm makin this weekend!
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My stroganoff always includes sausage.








Wait... what were we talking about again?
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I will have to try that soon! Thanks for the recipe idea boss.
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I just love a man that can cook Your concoction sounds pretty good.
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My stroganoff always includes sausage.








Wait... what were we talking about again?


They don't get it...
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My stroganoff always includes sausage.








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we got it, we just chose to ignore it
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