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Sloppy Joe Stoup

When I was a girl scout we used to make girl scout stew by combining hamburger with vegetable soup. This quick variation on their recipe is much better using the frozen or canned mixed vegetables and the tomato soup. I used the stoup (with a T) description compliments of Rachel Ray who describes a stoup as something halfway between soup and stew. This actually tasted a lot like sloppy joes so that's where that part of the name came from.

Ingredients

 1/2 pound ground beef
 1 cup mixed vegetables, frozen or canned or fresh
 1 can condensed cream of tomato soup
 1/2 can water
 garlic and herb seasoning

Directions

In a skillet brown the ground beef until done. Add the garlic and herb seasoning, soup and water. Mix well. Add the mixed vegetables and cook until the vegetables are tender. Serve with a slice of fresh bread or rolls.

Serves: 2 to 4
Hamburger Mixed_Vegetables Cream_Of_Tomato_Soup Stovetop

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