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Haschee - Hackfleischsosse mit Kartoffel-Karottenbrei

by Elke
(Kentucky)


My Mutti used to make this dish often back in Germany

First peel potatoes and carrots and cook till tender. I used 2 pounds of sirloin ground beef, one onion, fresh parsley, salt, pepper, and a dash of paprika.

Fry meat till till nice and brown add water and simmer for 30 - 45 minutes, make gravy with flour and water or use gravy mix, both are just fine.

When potatoes and carrots are done, drain and add butter, milk, salt, pepper and mash.

Enjoy, hope you will love it as much as me.....

{we also called it Haschee }

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Ms.
by: Ruth

Since you cook the potatoes and carrots together, do you also mash them together? Or just mash the potatoes and leave the carrots in pieces? Sounds like something I will try. Thank you for all your good German ideas!

Haschee
by: Renate

I used to make something similar for my husband, but with a cream sauce. We ate it over toast. With Tabasco sauce. My husband called it SOS..

ingredients
by: EMM

how many potatoes and carrots?

Mama made it too
by: Marliese

My mother made this too, only rolled inside crepes
instead. I still make it sometimes.

Favorite
by: Pattie

My family loves Hashee but I serve it with flat noodles. Will have to try it with the mashed potatoes.

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