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New England (Yankee) Hamburg Stuffing Recipe

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Melissa Martin
Added: Monday, November 03, 2008


2lb of Top Round Beef ground into Hamburger (hamburger is not drained, so this keeps out some of the fat.)
2 cups of water (may add more as needed)
Approx 1 cup of saltine crackers chopped into fine crumbs
teaspoon of salt
1/2 cup of diced celery
1/4 cup of fresh parsley (chopped)
2 tablespoons of real butter (optional--for flavor)

In a large Frying pan place hamburger, salt, parsley and water and cook on low while chopping hamburger up into the smallest pieces possible. Once meat is cooked add cracker crumbs, celery and butter. This mixture should be thick, but should be moist and have the same texture as regular stuffing. Therefore, adding more water may be necessary. This stuffing can be served as is, but the flavor is best when the mixture is stuffed into a turkey.

Personal Notes:
This recipe can be altered to suit everyone's taste buds, don't turn your nose up until you try it--this southern girl is hooked!




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