Chili

With the temperature getting cooler outside it’s time for soup. This Chili recipe is one my husband has made for me since we were married almost 28 years ago! We use this same Chili recipe to make Cincinnati Chili (Chili over pasta with cheese). Here is the link to the Cincinnati Chili recipe if you’re  interested. https://indianeskitchen.com/2017/05/22/cincinnati-chili   Ingredients   […]

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Pizza Tortillas

Wow did these turn out amazing! They were really fun to make too. I made each one to each persons liking – kids (no onion) – husband (onion & green pepper) – me (onion but no green pepper). Keep in mind you can use any topping you would use on any regular pizza like hot pepper, mushrooms etc. You could […]

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Economy Steak

Back in the day when times were tough and people couldn’t afford to buy steak, they made what they called Economy Steak. Now it doesn’t taste anything like steak to me but it does taste like a cross between a meatloaf and a hamburger. I think that’s what I like about this recipe, it’s not a hamburger or a meatloaf […]

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Amish Style Meatloaf

Who doesn’t love an easy and moist meatloaf topped off with cheese? You won’t find any packages of soup mix or cans of anything in this delicious meatloaf. This meatloaf is made from scratch and it tastes like it. Once again, a huge hit with the grandkids!   Ingredients   In a large bowl add all of the ingredients except […]

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Three Cheese Noodle Casserole

Cheesy, cheesy, cheesy! What a great combination of ground beef, noodles and lots of cheese! Ground beef mixed with your favorite spaghetti sauce. Noodles mixed with butter, parmesan cheese and garlic. Top all that off with two more kinds of cheese! Even though this has spaghetti sauce in it, once it bakes it tastes totally different. I can’t begin to […]

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Johnny Marzetti

This is a recipe that has been around for decades! I never knew why it was called Johnny Marzetti and I’m sure many of my Ohio friends and family didn’t either. I find this to be a fascinating story of how this recipe came about and what other product is still in existence today…hint….Marzetti. Read what http://www.Wikipedia.org states about how […]

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Homemade Hamburger Helper

  This recipe is similar to the store-bought Hamburger Helper. It is easy to make, very tasty and it does not take long to cook. It’s main Ingredients are pasta, ground beef and cheese. It makes for a great family meal. Source: http://www.divascancook.com   Ingredients   In a large frying pan cook the onion and the ground beef until it […]

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Amish Bacon Cheeseburger Casserole

  This is a dish that will please everyone! You make the casserole and let everyone put on their own toppings. When you prepare the toppings, just think cheeseburger toppings like bacon, onion, tomato, cheese, lettuce or pickle. My grandchildren loved that they could put on their own toppings. Source: Mennonite & Amish Recipes and More Facebook page.   Ingredients […]

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Goulash – Version 2

When I was a kid my mom made Goulash all the time. It is one of those hearty, delicious but not too expensive meals and it makes a lot! It is great for family, potlucks or guests. This is my recipe (Goulash – Version 2). The first Goulash recipe I posted (it’s in the categories under casseroles) belongs to my […]

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