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02/08/2012

A recipe for "funeral hotdish"

I was just cleaning out some old emails from my "Ultimate Minnesota Hotdish" recipe contest last summer and ran across a recipe from a reader for "funeral hotdish," as in something warm and comforting you might eat at a winter Minnesota funeral... I'm getting hungry.

Funeral Hotdish  

1-2 lbs. browned hamburger with some onion to taste.

1 can of cream of tomato soup

1 can of chicken with rice soup

1 can of vegtable beef soup

1 can of cream of mushroom soup

1 large can of chow mein noodles

 Mix all together in a casserole dish and bake covered at 350 degrees for about 1 hour and uncovered 15 minutes until slightly brown.  Makes a large batch and can be frozen before baking. 

 Sarabeth Watson


 

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Did the funeral occur before or after eating the hotdish? The sodium content must be high...4 cans of soup plus chow mein noodles. Uffda!

Yuck! I can understand why this is called funeral hotdish...I'd rather die than eat this junk!

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