Slow-Cooker Hamburger Hash Recipe

Slow-Cooker Hamburger Hash Recipe

This delicious slow-cooker hamburger hash recipe is a great way to make good use of your household crock pot. Once you cook the ground beef in the frying pan for about 10 minutes you can mix in the other ingredients and then leave it to slow cook for about 8 to 9 hours. While it is an all day cooking event, you get the most delicious hamburger hash recipe possible that will definitely make it worth the wait.

One of the most convenient parts of this recipe is that you combine cans of pre-made soup in with the meat and vegetables so you don't have to make those ingredients yourself you can just pick them up at the grocery store for added convenience. All in all this tasty recipe is sure to make your hamburger hash come alive and steal the limelight at any cooking event, barbecue, or picnic.

I've always enjoyed eating hamburgers with hash browns, and the concept of combining them both in a pot and slow cooking is ingenious. I find it works best because you can add in so many more flavors with soups and added ingredients that you normally never experience when eating a regular hamburger, plus slow-cooking recipes as everyone knows is the best way to get all the flavors fully saturated into the meat for the ultimate culinary hamburger recipe experience. Many hamburger lovers out there who traditionally only use the grill will surely make the switch over to a slow-cooker after one taste of the delicious combination of flavors and textures found in this amazing hamburger hash recipe.

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