Category : Beef
Author : d5
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Date : 11/12/2002
Hamburger version:Sauce:1 lb hamburger1 large onion minced2 small cans tomato paste1 big can tomatoes1 tsp basil1/2 tsp oreganosalt, pepper, chile powder to tasteTopping:1 head iceberg lettuce shredded1/2 lb cheese grated coarseOn the counter:bowl of fine-chopped onionbowl of mild green chiles chopped up fine
Fry onion and hamburger broken up loose. Sprinkle some salt and chile powder over it. Add tomato paste and 4 cans of water and the canned tomatoes and their juice -- break up tomatoes and stir it around. Taste for seasoning. Simmer till meat and onions are done and sauce is thick, 30 - 40 minutes. Assembling: put the flat fry bread on a paper plate and spread sauce over it (don't be stingy). Put a handful of cheese on it and top with a handful of shredded lettuce. People add their own choices of chopped raw onion, chiles (and maybe some other favorites) from the bowls. In some areas, the culture favors the addition of hot chiles to this sauce (not in ours).
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