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This is okay, but not the recipe for maid-rites. Cook 1 1/2# ground beef with 1 small onion chopped fine. Drain fat and then add seasoned salt, 1 chicken bouillon cube and about 1/4 cup water. Cook for at least 30 minutes over low heat, adding more water if needed. Then turn heat up the last few minutes to evaporate extra liquid. This will get you so much closer to the real thing!
Although it is a good maid rite recipe it doesn't come close to the Maid Rites served here in my area. I am located in the Quad City area...famous for Maid Rites. Substitute the onion soup mix and french onion soup for chicken broth and add minced onion.
Growing up in Iowa and a big fan of the original Maid-Rite I have been searching long and hard for a recipe that would do them justice. My search is over this ios down home comfort food at it's finest. Try it you will not be disappointed.
For those who have brought up it in the revies that this doesn't come close to a "real" maidrite...if you read in my description it wasn't billed as being "authentic" but my OWN version. Just to clear up any confusion you might have. Thanks!
I'm sorry- but I live in Iowa and these are not like the maid rites I know. Still it was a good loose meat sandwich- but not the maid rite flavor I was expecting. My mom is a manager at a maid rite and I asked her if this was even close- and it isn't although she wouldn't tell me anymore than that.
These were really great. I wasn't clear on adding water or not to the recipe if I used a slow cooker? I did and they had too much liquid. Does anyone know about this? They were even better the second time around because four pounds of meat is quite alot for a small family and the liquid absorbed. Adding salt if your diet allows it also made it tastier.
This was wonderful! I grew up in Iowa and remember Maidrites well. I used one can only of French onion soup and added 1/2 cup water. My boyfriend & a friend ate almost all of it I was lucky I got one sandwich but it was perfect. Very easy and tastes great!
I have never had an Iowa Maid-Rites... so I cannot compare them to that. However THIS sandwich was extremely tasty. I am single so I made it as is and then I am about to freeze it. Later with a little diced tomato and chiles a great little nacho plate. I love it! GREAT JOB!