Ingredients

How to make it

  • Put meat and onions in a kettle.
  • Put salt, creamed horseradish, dry mustard, black pepper and ketchup in a 16 oz. measuring cup. Mix and pour directly over meat. Stir with a wooden spoon.
  • Add 1 c. water to the same cup and stir around to get all the ingredients off the sides. Pour over meat.
  • Stir in Accent.
  • Stir side of pan a lot and stir the raw meat often until meat begins to boil. (This is to assure that the chunks are small - you don't want large chunks.)
  • Cover kettle and boil 25 minutes. Serve on hamburger buns with a slice of cheese.
  • NOTES: 1) The traditional Tastee sandwich is always served on soft, plain hamburger buns. 2) Diana boiled the meat mixture 15 minutes then would put it in a slow cooker to serve. The loose meat will last about 4-5 hours in a slow-cooker.
  • Goodness, I've made myself homesick and I haven't felt that way since about 1989! I think it was seeing the picture of the Tastee Inn and Out on the Road Food site. *sigh*

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    " It was excellent "
    LollyNC53 ate it and said...
    Definitely homesick for Tasstees. Do you have the recipes for the onion chips and dip?
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  • notyourmomma 3 years ago
    So very nice with the addition of horseradish! Yummy must try this soon.
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  • chuckieb 3 years ago
    Just had my first Loose Meat sandwich last week but love the idea of adding the horseradish for a kick. Great post. Thx.
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    " It was excellent "
    gkwillow ate it and said...
    Fantastic recipe...
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  • ppryor 3 years ago
    sounds like sloppy joes or manwiches, Is it?
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  • sharebear1 3 years ago
    I am from MN and this sounds great. Cant wait to give it a try. I agree that its a midwest thing :)
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  • lovebreezy 3 years ago
    Gee, I'd like to see the recipe for the onion chips too. I've always ment to try a loose meat but have not come across them yet.
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  • FavoriteFixins 3 years ago
    Well...I live down South and I'm very familiar with Loose Meat Sandwiches, thanks to my Beloved husband who was from Milwaukee!
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  • maureenlaw 3 years ago
    Yes, it's definitely a midwest thing, and this recipe sounds great! I will definitely have to scale it down for me. Thanks!
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