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I've made this several times...not many recipes leave me wanting more but this one is wonderful! However I only use about 2 Tbsp real butter (no margarine) because using the full amount leaves a greasy taste. I also use Campbell's Beef Broth/Double Strength to give it a rich flavor. By draining the canned mushrooms they absorb more of the beefy flavor from the broth and onion soups. By the way use the soups full strength from the can; do not add water. Thanks for the recipe; I'm making a double recipe now to take to a church potluck tomorrow. When it finishes baking I'll refrigerate it overnight then put it in my crockpot at church in the morning and let it heat in the kitchen until it's time to eat.
Good but needs some tweaking. It was too much butter for us! Next time I will use 1/4 cup. Also with both french onion soup and beef broth it was very salty. Next time I'll use low sodium boullion or dilute a bit with water to cut the salt. Otherwise extremely easy and very good!
This recipe has awesome flavor. I used low sodium beef broth to cut down on salt. Also I think canned mushrooms are gross so I sauteed a mixture of button crimini and portobello mushrooms and added those instead. Since I use brown rice and a gas stove i just did on the stove top instead of the oven-- since brown rice takes so much longer. I am still working to perfect the texture/consistency of the rice but the yummy flavor is worth the effort.
I have been making this recipe for a couple of years now (I thought I had a review already)...with a few changes...1/2 cup butter just seems ridiculous... I put in maybe 2 tbs it really doesn't need all that much. Instead of mushrooms about the last 15 mins or so I mix in a bag (or however much you like) of frozen (thawed) mixed vegetables (usually a mix of corn green beans carrots peas).