Only five ingredients are needed (and one of them is hot water!) in this super-simple skillet Hamburger Helper® dinner mix family favorite.
SAVE ON THIS RECIPE!
The fat content of ground beef depends on the cut of meat it came from. Regular ground beef—made from less-expensive cuts—contains up to 30 percent fat. Moderately priced ground chuck contains just enough fat to give it flavor and make it juicy. The leanest (around 5 percent fat) is the most expensive and is made from round and sirloin cuts.
Of course you can use French-fried onions instead of the seasoned croutons!
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