Recipe | Stovetop Hash

This simple, tasty, and economical dinner is one that brings back fond memories of my childhood, so for that reason alone, I enjoy making it. My mom would make this hash with ground beef but I only cook beef in “meatier” dishes like pot roast or french dip. With recipes like this, however, I use ground turkey because we prefer the taste.

Here’s what you need to make my Mom’s Easy Stovetop Hash:


1 lb ground turkey
Campbell’s French Onion soup, 10oz
2 cups frozen mixed veggies (carrots, corn, peas and green beans)

And here’s how you make it:


First, brown the meat in a skillet over medium heat. Drain the fat.

Add the soup and about half a can of water. Stir into the meat. Heat on low while making the veggies.

Either on your stovetop or in the microwave, heat the vegetables in water and then drain. (In my microwave, it takes six minutes on high).

Stir the veggies into the meat. In a small cup or bowl, blend cornstarch and water (I don’t really measure but it’s probably about 2Tbsp of cornstarch) and stir into meat.

Heat on medium high heat until thickened.

And that’s it, enjoy!

I recently served this hash with texas garlic bread and stuffed mushrooms but it can be matched with all sorts of sides and breads. Mmm!!

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