Hamburger Patty Special

Okay, so I really don’t know the name of this recipe. It was given to me by a friend of mine years ago. It’s been a cowboy favorite for many years for me. People try to take short cuts like NOT pan frying the patties but you can’t do that! It’s not the same if you don’t pan fry them! Thank you to Johnna for giving me the recipe and many others.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Ground beef formed into patties
  • Cheddar Cheese
  • 2 Cans Cream of chicken or 1 can of cream of chicken & 1 of cream of mushroom
  • Green Chilies but I highly recommend Rotel!  I know many of you don’t have Rotel though.
  • Flour

DIRECTIONS:

Flour up your patties and start frying them.  While they are cooking, mix up your cream of soups and green chilies and set aside.  When patties are done, place in casserole dish and cover with soup mixture.  Top with cheese and bake in 350′ oven until warm and cheese melts.

Served with my quick bread rolls, green beans and mash taters!

Not the best picture I know but I was having a bad day;)

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Comments

  1. 1

    we love these!! It’s one of the only times I’ll eat melted cheese on hamburger meat! I’ve been making these for years, isn’t it amazing how these recipes just get passed around :-)

    Your pics look delicious!

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    Michelle says

    OH MY!! I am so making this. It looks so yummy!! Great photos.

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  3. 3

    That looks DELICIOUS!! I cannot wait to try it! Thanks for sharing this cowboy favorite!

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    Beverly says

    Oh my I am going to have to give this a try it looks so yummy!

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    I want it NOOOOOOW!

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    Susan C says

    Thanks for the recipe! I just checked and have all of the ingredients. I am going to surprise my famuly with it tonight!

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    Brenda says

    Oh my word……….I cannot wait to try this recipe!!! Looks yummy!

  8. 8

    This looks like one my whole family would enjoy. I will have to try it.

  9. 9

    This is an interesting combo of ingredients. I am going to have to try this!

    And I will be using Rotel…I feel bad for the folks that don’t have it!

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  10. 10

    My favorite part about this post is the picture with the 13 ounce tub of green chiles. My husband looked over my shoulder and started drooling – out here in California, we can only find 4 or 8 ounce cans, which is not enough green chile for much of anything!

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    Diane says

    What a great blog! I’m going to share your blog on my blog- i love showcasing fun sites like yours!!! http://www.mermaidcottages.blogspot.com thx you for being so creative!!!

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    Nate says

    Works for me. That’s a lot of flavor right there!

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  13. 13

    I love mixing Rotel into my hamburger before I form it into patties, it adds so much flavor that way. This looks really good too.

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    Starr says

    These do look scrumptious, but the Bueno green chili caught my eye. I used to use that all the time when I lived in the Rockies, but can’t find it where I am now. Anyone know where or how I can get it?

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    Tanita says

    My son said THANK YOU!!! You hit it right on the head. He is 13

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    Brenda says

    I found this recipe a few days ago on your website. I am finally getting the chance to make them. Your pics made them enticing!They are now in the oven and I know my family will love them. More to come!

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    connie says

    Its yummy!! And what a different flavor you can add to a hamburger!!My family enjoyed and they didn’t mind the chiles even. Thanks!!