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There was a place in Saginaw Michigan located in the Baranger Building that sold "loose" or "scrambled" hambergers . Looking for something similiar. Help Please.
I've never really heard of these..at first all I could think of was sloppy joes...here's a recipe I found on cooks.com: I just googled it. there are actually more recipes if you wan to check them out.
They sound good..Maybe I'll try them.
RE: 'Loose Meat' Sandwiches, anyone ever have one?Posted by: 22busy Posted on: 12/3/2005 8:19:20 AM#R6805722In our neck of the woods we call them taverns--some call them maid rites, sloppy joes and various other names.The recipes are as varied as the names this sandwich goes by, LOL.I start with a a simple recipe. Brown ground beef and chopped oinons, add salt and pepper to taste.Most recipes I have seen use ketchup, a little mustard ( as in 1 tsp. only) and chili powder. Some add just little Worcestershire. One of my friends likes hers sweeter and so she adds brown sugar to her ketchup.
1 pound twice-ground beef I used the regular grind
1 tablespoon dried onion flakes
1 teaspoon ground black pepper
½ teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon sugar
2 teaspoons prepared yellow mustard
1 (12-ounce) can or bottle of beer (do not use light beer)
In a medium frying pan, brown the beef over medium-high heat, then drain it in a colander. Return beef to the pan and stir in the onion flakes, pepper, salt, sugar, mustard, and beer. Simmer, partially covered, over medium heat until liquid is evaporated, about 30 minutes.
4 hamburger buns I used whole-wheat buns
fresh onion, chopped
prepared yellow mustard
Spoon beef into buns and serve immediately with condiments. Be sure to give everyone a spoon so they can scoop up any stray beef that escapes.
Yield: 4 sandwiches
RE: Need Recipe for Loose Meat
Posted by: estherw Posted on: 12/30/2004 7:18:09 PM
#R4948932There is a place that has been serving these loose meat sandwiches for 50 some years and they are yummy! Here is the recipe. They serve them on small hamburger buns with 2 dill pickle slices and a bit of mustard.Tastee Original RecipeRecipe By :Serving Size : 0 Preparation Time :0:00Categories :Amount Measure Ingredient -- Preparation Method-------- ------------ --------------------------------5 pounds ground beef4 ounces ketchup3 heaping teaspoon mustard3 heaping teaspoon cream style horseradish3 teaspoons worcestershiresalt & pepper to tasteThe above ungredients except hamburger should fill one cup. If not add more ketchup and stir thoroughly. Place 5 lbs. ground beef in flat bottom aluminum kettle. Pour seasoning on top of beef. Fill 8 oz. cup full of water and rinse seasoning cup. pour into beef mixture. Fill one cup with finely ground onion. Put into ground beef and add 1 teaspoon of accent. Stir all ingredients in kettle with wooden spoon. Cook over low flame, stirring constantly for 15 minutes. Increase the heat until mixture comes to a boil. Let boil for 25 minutes. Turn down and finish cooking for two hours.=============================
RE: 'Loose Meat' Sandwiches, anyone ever have one?Posted by: dutchmom4 Posted on: 12/3/2005 9:34:55 AM#R6806032RE: Need Recipe for Loose MeatPosted by: MissEllie Posted on: 12/30/2004 11:58:31 AM#R4946014Faux Maid-Rite1 lb. Ground Beef1 tsp. ground pepper1 tsp. sugar2 tsp. prepared mustard6 oz. beer, water or beef brothsalt (to taste)Combine ground beef, pepper, sugar, mustard, salt in the top of a double-boiler and add beer or other liquid. Cover top and heat for one-half hour, stirring occasionally. The longer it cooks, the more the flavors blend together. Toward the end, uncover to allow some of the liquid to boil off.Use a slotted serving spoon to serve on hamburger buns with mustard, dill pickles and chopped onion. Serves 6.Notes: Use prepared yellow salad mustard, such as that for hamburgers or hot dogs. Do not use dry powdered mustard, or a Dijoni or Poupon style mustard. Use a good quality, low fat ground beef. A genuine Maid Rite is steam cooked and is very finely ground beef.My note: I don't use a double boiler; just a regular saucepan and let the liquid cook out. I like to use beef broth.=============================
Posted by: HDMac Replies: 13 Posted on: 5/25/2004 10:23:06 AM#T356976The Blue Mill Tavern Loosemeat Sandwich1 lb of real good ground chuck or ground beef round or ground sirloin1 tablespoon fat like lard or Crisco (if meat is round or sirloin)2 teaspoons salt, just enough to lightly cover bottom of your skillet1 onion, chopped fine1 tablespoon prepared yellow mustard1 tablespoon vinegar1 tablespoon sugarwater, to coversalt and pepper, to taste1. Get out a cast iron skillet-they are the best for loosemeats-or other kind if you have no iron skillet.2. Meltfat over medium heat and lightly salt bottom of skillet.3. Break ground beef up in skillet and start crumbling it with the back of a wooden spoon-this is very important-the meat must end up being cooked up into small crumbles.4. Add chopped onion while browning meat.5. Keep working with the back of spoon to break up meat.6. When meat is browned, drain off any fat and return meat to skillet.7. Add mustard, vinegar, sugar, and just enough water to barely cover meat in the pan.8. Cook, at a simmer, till water is all cooked out-between 15-20 minutes.9. Adjust salt and pepper to taste.10. Heat your hamburger buns-they're traditionally steamed for loosemeats-I like mine toasted lightly-do it the way you like it.11. When buns are warm, put yellow mustard on them and add some dill pickle slices-I put on lots!12. *Ifyou start changing this recipe and using things like olive oil for the fat and dijon or honey mustard for the yellow mustard, you will not get the traditional yummy taste of a loosemeat sandwich.13. Likewise, don't add any liquid smoke or worcestershire sauce.14. Make them just like this the first time so you can sample the simplicity of this famous Midwestern treat.15. If you want to start making changes after that by all means do so but I'd like you to taste the original recipe at least once.16. Serve with homemade potato salad and chips.
RE: Maid- RitesPosted by: cinnamama Posted on: 2/9/2004 7:29:10 AM#R3017267This is the only one I use and it tastes just like the maidrites served in Iowa.Maidrites1 lb. ground beef1 tsp. pepper1 tsp. sugar2 tsp. mustard6 oz. beef brothsaltCombine beef, pepper, sugar, mustard and salt in a double boiler and add broth. Cover top and heat for 1/2 hour stirring occasionally. Toward the end uncover and allow some liquid to boil off. (A genuine Maidrite is steam cooked).=============================
Loose Meat Hamburgers...It reminds me of the show "Roseanne" she and her sister Jackie opened a restaurant and their speciality was loose meat sandwiches. they opened a restaurant called the, Lunchbox....I think the shows setting was Michigan..right in your neck of the woods. I remember when they were trying to perfect the recipe of a competitor...I have to admit...they did look good when they were eating them....
Posted by: bebeblues Posted on: 1/27/2003 8:23:56 PM#R1064445Maid Rite Loosemeat Sandwiches1 clove garlic, minced2 tbsp. vegetable oil1 medium onion, chopped1 pound ground chuck1/2 Cup tomato juice2 tbsp. brown sugar1 tsp. Worcestershire sauce2 tsp. Lawry's seasoned salt1/2 tsp. Kitchen bouquet1/8 tsp. cayenne pepperIn a large skillet over medium heat, saute garlic in oil until it begins to brown. Add onion and saute until soft. Add meat, stirring constantly with a fork to crumble as finely as possible. When meat is brown, add all remaining ingredients and simmer, uncovered, stirring occasionally until the liquid cooks out (about 15-20 minutes). Spoon onto hamburger buns.
RE: WHAT is a Maidrite Sandwich??Posted by: SaraWI Posted on: 5/25/2005 4:02:19 PM#R5774112Rachel Ray has a recipe that I follow, it's the closest to the original that I've had. It's called loose meat sandwich. No tomato product whatsoever is in a Maidrite sandwich.1 tablespoon vegetable oil, 1 turn of the pan1 1/4 pounds ground sirloin1 cup chicken stock, eyeball it, 1/2 a 14-ounce can or box1 teaspoon sweet paprika1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauceSalt and pepper4 burger buns, spilt, or kaiser rolls, split1/2 yellow skinned onion, finely choppedHeat a medium skillet over medium high heat. Add oil and meat to the pan and brown the meat, breaking it up with the back of a wooden spoon as it cooks. Add chicken stock to the meat. Season the meat with paprika, Worcestershire, salt and pepper. When the liquid comes to a bubble, reduce heat to simmer. Cook meat 15 minutes, stirring occasionally.Pile meat into buns or rolls and top with raw finely chopped onions.
RE: WHAT is a Maidrite Sandwich??Posted by: tizzlish Posted on: 5/25/2005 4:18:03 PM#R5774235Here's another recipe that I'm bringing camping this weekend.Original Maid-Rites1 pound ground beef2 tablespoons vinegar (not white)1 tablespoon instant minced onion1 teaspoon salt11/2 cups Swanson’s chicken broth, boiling2 tablespoons prepared ketchup2 tablespoons prepared mustard8 hamburger bunsBrown meat lightly; drain fat. Add vinegar, onion, salt, ketchup and mustard. Stir well. Add boiling broth. Cover and simmer until meat is tender and liquid is absorbed. Serve on hamburger buns with fresh chopped onions and mustard only.
Makes 4 sandwiches.
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