Ground Beef and Rice with Cheese
I made this recipe quite a few years ago and it's still one of my husband and my favorites. My husband calls it heaven on a spoon!
I made this recipe quite a few years ago and it's still one of my husband and my favorites. My husband calls it heaven on a spoon!
This does have a pretty nice taste to it. I made it for my husband and myself one Sunday night when we wanted something quick and tasty. We used ground turkey instead of beef and liked the way that turned out- however, I love cheese and I think next time I might ad twice as much. Just wasn't quite enough for me. Also, didn't fit in a 1 Qt casserole- I had to use my 2 Qt.Read More
This dish tastes awesome, but you do have to make some changes. First of all, I cooked the rice in the rice cooker first and I decreased the amount of ground beef, and the cans of tomato soup. Lastly, I used regular cheddar instead of velveeta.Read More
This dish tastes awesome, but you do have to make some changes. First of all, I cooked the rice in the rice cooker first and I decreased the amount of ground beef, and the cans of tomato soup. Lastly, I used regular cheddar instead of velveeta.
This recipe is just not right. Where do I start--First of all, it calls for a 1 qt baking dish. This is impossible considering it calls for 3 cans of soup which is almost a quart in itself. I made the recipe tonight and didn't find it anything special. There is way too much chili powder. Rice cannot be properly cooked using 1 cup water to 1 cup rice. There should be 2 cups of water. I feel I wasted food tonight.
We really enjoyed this with the personal adjustments. It's a great idea, which is why I gave it a shot. I have a rice cooker, so I cooked 2 c of rice. While the rice was cooking I sauted red onion (half salted)and garlic (3 cloves), then the lb of beef. I seasoned the beef with cajun & montreal steak seasoning. Instead of tom.soup I used 6oz Ragu and 5T of restaurant stlye salsa and eye-balled the chili powder. In place of the Velveta I used real colby/jack, american, and provolone. Then, yes and then I topped it off with French's french fried onions.
This does have a pretty nice taste to it. I made it for my husband and myself one Sunday night when we wanted something quick and tasty. We used ground turkey instead of beef and liked the way that turned out- however, I love cheese and I think next time I might ad twice as much. Just wasn't quite enough for me. Also, didn't fit in a 1 Qt casserole- I had to use my 2 Qt.
Had to adjust some of the measurements. Used Sharp chedder cheese and added garlic powder. It was easy and my whole family LOVED it. Had leftovers last night and my husband calls from work today and says"I don't care what you girls eat for dinner tonight, but the rest og the beef and rice is mine." :-)
I adapted this a little differently by substituting a cup of salsa for one can of tomato sauce, and adding peppers and onions to the hamburger while cooking. Topped with taco cheese blend and crushed tortilla chips. My very picky 5 year old loved it, so it was a success!
yum! i thought this came out really tasty! my boyfriend was afraid of it, but he ended up liking it too. i used ground turkey instead of beef. and also added some fried onions on top before i put it in the oven. i like the simple ingredients cause i had all of them on hand. :D
this was a good base but I made some changes, added a diced medium onion, used 2 lbs hamburger, 4 cups cooked rice, and shredded cheese. I added some brown sugar to the tomato and beef mixture and not as much chili as called for. Used 3 cans of tomato soup. Kids liked it, will def make again, quick and easy!
This was very good. I added more rice and only two cans of soup. I also added onions and garlic and used chedder instead of velveeta. We will definitely make this again.
This recipe is an excellent base, which is what I generally look for in a recipe anyway. I doubled the rice, which should always be cooked in a 2:1 water rice ratio. So 4 cups of water to 2 cups of white basmati rice. Then I sauteed some diced onions and minced garlic, added the ground beef and seasoned the whole thing. This is very important. Even when a recipe doesn't ask tell you to season a meat ingredient DO IT ANYWAY. Seriously, you will be rewarded with a very flavorful results. The last changes I made were to use two cans of soup and two tbs of the chili powder. Everything else was cooked according to the recipe. Simple and delicious. Next time I'll add some red beans to the meat mixture and some sliced jalapeno peppers on top.
This was very tasty, but only because of recommended modifications. Ignore the 1:1 rice water unless you are using minuet rice. Seasoned the meat with 1/2 onion, 1/2 red bell pepper, 2 garlics and 2 celery. I added 8 oz of cream cheese and a small jar of con caso into the meat/rice/soup mix (layers did not seem practical). Added one can tomato bisque soup, one can stewed tomatoes, and a few diced jalapenos. Topped with just a bit of mild cheddar. Everyone in the family loved it!
This was terrible! My family and I were trying out new recipes this month, and I saw that this had good ratings. So it sounded good... Its not! I my have put too much cheese on it or something, i dont know. It just was really creamy and cheesy to the point that you couldnt taste anything else. Velveeta is not my idea of a good snack to only taste the velveeta! Unless you want a VERY high calorie meal with nothing but cheese...
I made this but substituted Classico Fire Roasted Tomato and Garlic pasta sauce for tomato soup...cooked the rice according to the packaging, used sharp cheddar cheese instead of velveeta and omitted the chili powder...spiced up the beef with garlic while browning it too. Nice cheep meal for the week as I am alone for 3 more months.
This was awesome! I made substitutions based on what I had. I used a 24 oz jar of spaghetti sauce,layered as stated but used 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese and topped with French's crucnhy onions. I put it in a 2 quart baking dish as well. So quick and easy, definately using this again!
i gave this 5 stars because it was a good idea. I cut back on the chilie powder because we don't like it that spicey. I used my head and cooked the rice in my rice cooker using the measurements for my rice cooker. For those people who didn't like this because it was too spicey, you have to season to taste. As the beef is cooking add a bit of spice, let it cook some, taste it, if its good, then fine if not add a bit more. Over all it was good inexpensive idea. I made changes to the way we eat, but I did enjoy the recipe.
I used real shreded cheddar cheese and 2 cups of rice - yes definitely need a 2 qt dish. Plus, I sauteed meat with onions and garlic for added flavor and used ground turkey. I loved it! It turned out really well.
Thumbs up....is what I got from my daughter and that is a good thing. :) I did some minor adjustments. I cut down on the chili powder and added onion powder, garlic powder, and beef seasoning. I also used shredded cheddar cheese vs the slices. I will definitely make it again. 4 stars due to adjustments necessary.
Really enjoyed this dish. The nice surprise was that leftovers in a tortilla made a great burrito!
I used this recipe, as suggested by AR-Seattle, and changed out the ground beef for Johnsonville spicey Italian sausage to complete one of my AR Ambassador's monthly tasks. Since I used Italian sausage, I changed out the chili powder to 1 tbsp ground basil and the Velveeta cheese slices to 8 ozs. grated mozzarella. Based on the other reviews, I used only two cans of Campbell's tomato soup and 1/2 cup water. While I was very skeptical of this recipe, it really was tasty. It kind of "grew" on me as I ate. My husband said that he wouldn't mind having it again. We'll see. Change out the spicey to mild Italian sausage and this would be a good kid-friendly meal.
It wasn't very good, sorry I tried it.
This was a satisfying recipe. To please my family of 6 is quite a feat, but this simple recipe fit the bill. I made the following changes: First, I had to double the rice and beef, but it fits well in a deep 13x9 pan. Also, I only used 2 cans of tomato soup and added one can of Rotel Tomatoes, Mexican flavored with cilantro and lime. I omitted the chili powder. Also, instead of Velveeta, I used sharp cheddar. Very easy to make. My husband hates casseroles or anything that is a "one dish" meal, but he actually complimented this one! So, being desperate and using what I had on hand worked into a pleasing meal for my family. Thanks!
Who doesn't like cheese, rice and ground beef?! With a few adjustments as recommended by other reviewers..This dish was scrumptious!! I sautéed minced garlic and onion before adding the ground beef.I made my rice in the slow cooker. I used only 1 can of Tomato Soup(I think next time I will use 2 cans next time) and I used Sharp Cheddar Cheese..Lots of cheese! I also seasoned it with a little garlic salt and pepper! Easy peasey dish!
This is pretty good. I have a similiar recipe that uses elbow macaroni instead of rice, which I prefer. I used only two cans of soup and cheddar cheese. I think I'll stick with the macaroni version - but this is good, fast & easy if you like rice. Otherwise, try it with the macaroni.
Very Easy and GOOD Used sliced cheddar and layered rice in 13by9 layer of cheese, meat mix and another layer of cheese and only 1 tsp of chilli powder.
This has a slight Sloppy Joe taste to it. We enjoy this dish, and it is very easy to make.
I have made this twice. The first time we did not like it. I made it the second time and used only 2 cans of soup 2 tablespoons Chilli powder. And used Chedder Cheese. it tastes way better the 1 qrt pan is a little small but it works. over all its a good dish. its easy to twist to your own liking but its a good basic start to some very good meal ideas thanks for posting it.
We enjoyed this recipe. I used brown rice, added sauteed onions and green peppers to the ground beef, and added grated cheddar cheese to the top. Next time I will omit Velveeta, and just use grated cheddar instead. I'd also add some frozen corn as well, but didn't have any on hand. Good base recipe. thanks!
It was cleanout the fridge day and low and behold, I had leftover brown rice, ground bef, and tomato soup to use up. Halved recipe (except rice - ended up using about 3 cups cooked) - I was fully prepared with standby dinner as I simply didn't think this was going to work. But it was GREAT! Used cheddar cheese instead of processed, 1 can of soup, and 1T of chili powder. I truly enjoyed. Tasted a bit like a tamale pie dish. UPDATE: deleting as John 'fessed he didn't like.
I used brown minute rice instead of white rice, and I double the ingredients. I also change the cheese from the velveeta to shredded cheddar cheese and used about 5cups. WE USED ONIONS AND SOUR CREAM for toppings.
I loved this because I had every ingredient already and it was super quick with very little dishes. This isn't what I'll be making the in-laws for Sunday night dinner, but this was a delicious week night quick dinner. I made the adjustments in the other reviews; two cans of tomato soup, half the chili powder, provolone cheese, and more rice. I also browned the hamburger with some garlic salt and other seasonings.
This is a very good base recipe that allows for endless variations . I made a variant of this for tonight's supper. I cut the soup to one can, sauteed onions and celery with the beef, then added 1/4 cup of phillie cheese. I left out the chili powder plus I replaced the velveeta with fresh grated mozza, cheddar and asiago cheeses and sprinkled the top with garlic salt and parsley before baking. My hubby loved it and I will be making this one again. Thanks CAMIMCC for a great recipe.
Super yummy! Even the kids ate it:)I made brown rice to the directions on the bag, also only 2 cans of tomato soup, and shredded cheddar cheese!
Good with customization! Great way to "hide" brown rice and ground turkey for picky eaters. I used 2 boil in bag brown rice, 1.5 lb gr. beef, 2 can cream of tomato soup, 1/3 c. cream cheese (mixed in soup/meat mixture), a little minced garlic, 1/4 c. spanish onion, some cumin and some red pepper powder (didn't have the chili powder), and Velveeta chunk sliced thinly. Received a thumbs up from all in the family from age 12 through 47!
I added jalapeno's, diced tomatoes, and used whatever cheese I had in the fridge..... This actually turned out really good. I was very sceptical of it, but it was the only recipe I could find that I had all the ingredients for at the time. When I was on step #3 I tasted it and was not impressed.... but once it was all together and came out of the oven it was really good.
this was a good recipe to start with, but like a lot of other people i felt it needed adjustments. I sauteed green pepper and onions which i cooked with the meat with and only a small amount of chili powder. i also used only 2 cans of tomato sauce and added one can of drained rotel. I mixed about half the velveeta with shredded cheddar. it turned out yummy but there was still too much liquid even with the reduction of soup. I suggest either adding more rice or using a lot less soup in the meat. it still got good reviews in my house though!!
a little boring
Came out good as a middle of the week meal. Added onion & garlic to hamburger plus salt & pepper. Next time I'll use tomato sauce instead of tomato soup. Too sweet. Also used cheddar cheese & minute rice. 4 cups of rice would have worked better. Didn't have enough for last layer.
I didnt follow the recipe exactly so I am not sure how this would really taste. I used some rice I had from Saturday that also had black beans in it, and everything tastes good though. I didnt have chili powder either so I have no clue what this really tastes like, oh and I also used and Italian blend of shredded cheese and not velveeta. I will re-rate when I re-make with correct indg's. But it was good and we did like it and I will try it again the proper way!
This was okay. A little bland. I think next time I will experiment with the spices a little and maybe some sour cream to make the sauce creamier... Will make it again....
I was a little nervous about the simplicity of this recipe but it was good. Major heartburn for both of us though
with recommended changes it was pretty good
I used long grain rice and it was horrible, tough, pellets! Use minute rice. I tried to salvage the recipe by using a Progresso tomato soup which has more moisture than a condensed soup but the rice was still though after another 30 minutes. After using another can of Progresso soup, and more time on the stovetop, it was edible but not great. Perhaps it would be better with minute rice but I won't try this again.
Did make changes but a great base! I made rice 4 cup water, 2 cups rice. Ground beef with onions and green peppers. I only used 2 cans tomato soup, 1 TB Chili Powder and about a TB of a season all type salt. I mixed the ground beef and rice together to make sure I had enough soup to cover but did add cheese (Colby/Mexican) between the layers. Would be really good to wrap in soft taco shells the next day.
This is really good
This is a good basic recipe for nights when you want to make a tasty wholesome meal but don't want to do a lot of work. To make it gluten free, I took the hints of other reviewers and subbed spaghetti sauce for the tomato soup and real cheddar for the processed cheese. Also, the rice directions were incorrect as someone else pointed out - it's always 1 part rice to 2 parts water. Don't let the servings rating fool you - as directed, this makes way more than 4 servings (and thus a lot less calories & fat per serving). Our family of four ate good sized helpings and only ate half of the casserole dish, leaving leftovers for tomorrow nite. Served sweet corn and salad sides and it was a hit with everyone, even picky son (the gluten-free one)!
The basics of the recipe are good, but I feel it needs some zip and zing. I used a 2 qt 8x8 dish and it was filled completely, so I think a 1 qt dish would be too small. I used shredded cheese instead of Velveeta. Also, you could probably do with one or two cans of soup instead of three, and perhaps more rice.
Easy to make and easy to make healthier too. I also made a lot. I used 2 lbs of local ground beef because it's what I had defrosted. Instead of white rice, I made 2 cups of organic brown jasmine rice and 1 cup of Black Beluga lentils. I mixed them together after cooking (there was a little leftover after recipe). With the meat, I used organic roasted red pepper and tomato soup (almost a whole 32 oz box container). I added tomato paste to thicken it. I also added black beans for power protein etc. I upped the spice a bit, also adding cumin, cayenne, and Celtic sea salt. I also replaced the processed cheese with real cheddar slices. Again, this made a lot so I put it in a large, rectangular baking dish. I basically made four layers, not including the cheese layers. I'm going to add a bit more cheddar slices to the middle next time. This is fabulous and I know it's going to be great for leftovers and don't have to feel guilty eating it!
What a lot of people don't realize about this recipe is casseroles themselves have to be individually tailored to ones palate. I omitted the 2nd can of soup, subbed another can for a cup Pace salsa (as a few others have), cooked the rice halfway on the stove - PROPERLY DONE (2:1 water/rice) - and mixed it all in my crockpot instead with a packet of Enchilada sauce mix - Low for a few hours - and topped with cheese per serving, not the actual mix itself. Turned out perfectly AND was awesome in tortillas the next day!
This is very similar to a meatball recipe I have, but much easier. I used shredded colby/jack and added garlic, onion powder and pepper. It wasn't what I was hoping for after the first bite, but it definitely grew on me. The kids really liked it and we'll definitely be making it again.
easy and very good. added some black beans, and used different cheese. thinking leftovers would be good wrapped up in burritos.
Loved it. Here are the changes that I made. Browned and onion and 2 cloves of garlic along with the beef. used one can of the soup, one can of stewed tomatoes and 1 cup of salsa. Change chili seasoning for Cumim. Used regular sharp cheddar cheese. Made only 2 layers. Served with corn chip scoops. GREAT!
I was not impressed by this recipe but my family of 6 loved it. Second time I made it I sautéed some garlic and onions before added some chorizo let it cook a few minutes then added the ground beef. I also sub'd the velveeta for Monterey jack. This time I liked it a bit. My family loved it even more. This is a great base to add your little twist. This one stays in my recipe box.
This was good, but I used this as a starting point to a red beans and rice recipe and added some things to it. I wanted to add some vegetables so I sautéed mushrooms, onions, garlic and red peppers then added the beef. Then I added 1 can of rinsed red kidney beans and some leftover corn I had in the fridge. I only used 1 can of tomato soup but I added club house roasted garlic and red pepper sauce to it along with chipotle seasoning and black pepper. Topped it with and aged Canadian cheddar. My 7 year old wanted to bring the leftovers to school for lunch!
This was OK, nothing fabulous. It was really quick and easy to make. It does make alot, we have 5 in our family and it could have fed 7-8 people.
This is a great basic recipe that you can make with what you have on hand. I cooked my rice in the rice cooker, used a pound and a half of ground beef, and one can of tomato paste. I seasoned my ground beef while browning, with a roasted garlic and pepper mix, then after adding the tomato paste I added in about a can or so of water to make it more spreadable in the dish. Last but not least, I used a shredded tex-mex cheddar mix. These are the things I had on hand, and it worked out great!
There was just something not right about this meal. I put 2 T of chili powder and i thought that was to much. My boyfriend who eats everything i make wouldnt even finish what was on his plate.
Bland, not a hit in our house at all
This recipe was great with a few minor changes. First change the ratio of rice and water and double the amount of rice. 2 cups rice 4 cups water. Then I sauteed onion and garlic before adding the ground beef. I did 1 tbsp montreal steak spice and 2 tbsp chili powder. I did only 2 layers instead of three as I found I didn't have enough rice to do three layers even with doubling the rice. Overall I really liked this recipe it's quick, tasty and uses ingredients I always have on hand!!
I like to read the reviews before trying a new recipe and that helped so much! I did not used tomato soup at all since I did not have any. I substituted with a can of stewed tomatoes, small can of tomato paste, and dumped the salsa in to taste. I also used a half of a package of frozen corn as well. I seasoned the meat with garlic and onion, as suggested in other reviews as well. I also used shredded cheese instead of the processed and yes; it tasted so good. Hubby doesn't like casseroles at all but he definitely enjoyed this. Saved this one in my recipe box. This recipe is great for using as a base and putting your own spin on it. Very filling!
Very good but like others suggested, it needs some modification. I used 1 cup white rice but needed 2 cups water to boil it. I seasoned my meat with seasoning salt and garlic powder. Used 2 cans tomato sauce and half cup water (didn't have soup) and only 2 tablespoons chilli powder in the meat mixture. I used shredded cheddar instead of velveeta and only did 2 layers. My family loved this. Even my picky 7 year old ate it. Will definitely make again!
This recipe was just ok. My kids are picky eaters and they begrudgingly ate this. I made mintue rice rather than cooking it on the stove top. I also added french fried onions to the top and it did give the casserole a nice crunch. Overall though, I probably won't make it again!
Big hit at our house! I used regular cheddar chesse (I didnt have velveeta). YumYum!!
It was good but I changed it up a bit. My family likes it too and i have some more ideas to make it.
Like others, I made some modifications based on what was available in my kitchen at the time, but the hubby still raved about it! I subbed 1 can of diced petite tomatoes, 1 cup fresh medium salsa and 1 can tomato soup instead of the 3 cans tomato soup; I added a half onion while sauteing the ground venison, and added season salt and garlic powder in addition to the chili powder. I didn't have enough shredded cheddar, so I sliced up fresh mozz on the top until it browned. Tasty!
Very good quick and easy to make! A great weeknight supper. I didn't layer it just mixed all the ingredients and put half in the dish, the cheese then the rest of the mixture and finished with cheese! Kid approved!
My family did not like this dish. It had too much of a tomato soup taste. It just did not work for us.
Fantastic Quick Easy Mid-week Meal. My 3 year old is an extremely fussy eater and had seconds of this dish. I think it will be a firm addition to our meal plans,
My 1 year old devoured this and asked for more. It had good flavor, but I felt like there could be more rice and less tomato soup. Otherwise, it was good!
I made this recipe with large macroni pasta instead of rice. It works !!!!
We thought it was awesome...really tasty and so easy to throw together!
I enjoyed the simplicity of this recipe, but I did make modifications. I did not have 3 cans of condensed tomato soup, so I used 1 can of soup, 1 can of tomato sauce and 1 can of diced tomatoes. When I made the rice, I made 1 1/2 times the recipe (w/ 3 c water) and added chili powder, cumin and cilantro to the water. I also added those spices to the meat and tomato mixture. My son is not eating onions or garlic currently or I would have added those as well. However, I will say that I did not miss them. I also used slices of medium cheddar and mozzarella instead of velveeta.
This really wasnt something my family enjoyed at all, but it was a good starting point to tweak. I was so surprised not to have garlic or onion in the recipe. It was just lacking in flavor
Really good. The boyfriend really enjoyed this :) Very simple and tasted really good.
The whole family liked the recipe with some modifications. I used 2 pounds of ground beef and only one can of soup.
You definitely need a 2qt casserole dish. Anything smaller is too small. I used garlic and herb spaghetti sauce and 1/3 of the chili powder because I'm not a fan of spices.
Used one can tomato sauce and less cheese. Yummy quick and easy supper :-)
I made this last night for supper. It was very good but my husband mentioned that it needed something extra as filler. Since I had leftovers, I added a can of Heinz brown beans with tomato sauce. I drained out most of the sauce and just put the beans into the recipe. It was very good this way and made it a heartier meal.
Pretty good, will probably make again...
This dish is tasty but with some changes. Velvetta cheese tastes terrible. I used cheddar cheese instead, I also added a little but more rice but I used Basmati rice as the flavor and texture is much better. Also, I left out the tomato sauce completely and created my own sauce in place of it which is a mixture of butter, milk, and garlic and a little bit of flour. I gave this a 4 only because I liked when I made these changes. I would have hated it if I had tried the original recipe.
Yum! I'm so glad I made this! I was a bit put off by the velveeta but having 2 toddlers I had bought some as a last resort to try and get them to eat veggies so I have a whole bunch around to use up. This recipe is so versatile, instead of the 3 cans tomato soup I used one can of tomato soup, a small can of tomato sauce, sprinkled lawry's seasoning on the beef, added some garlic, onion and black beans, topped with some aged white cheddar. I'v served it under a fried egg, as a tortilla chip dip, burrito filling and just on its own. My picky 2 year old likes it, foodie 4 year old does not. Also, I used jasmine rice for the rice. My husband also likes it. Will make again, thanks!
This was tasty!!! I changed a few things. Added onion and garlic with the browning ground beef. Also added 2 cans of tomato sauce and 1 can drained of corn. Gave it a nice crunch
One of my go to recipes for a quick and delicious meal! I make my rice in the rice cooker and use shredded cheese instead of Velveeta to make extra easy. I add the cheese on top at the last 5 -7 mins of cooking time so the cheese is nice and gooey when I serve it
This is a great simple recipe especially when you have nothing planned for dinner. I added some ingredients and the family LOVED it. I think this is a simple recipe that you can leave as is or add your own touch to it. I used brown rice and added kidney beans to my meat mixture. I spread the brown rice at the bottom of the baking dish and added the meat mixture on top (like the recipe). I put cheese and served with tortillas andsour cream with a side salad.
Yep. My mom used to make this. Fast, simple, inexpensive for a family, and fills you up. Plus, it's a great comfort food!
Good for kids as written with only 2T. chili powder and 2 cans of soup. Grands liked it. A little boring for adults so I changed a few things- 20 oz. ground turkey instead of beef, more rice (brown) a can of chopped green chiles added to meat plus onion and garlic, sharper grated real cheese, and a bit of salt. 5 stars with adjustments. Try left overs in burritos or tacos with normal fixings.
Tasty, however, I only used one can of soup and a teaspoon of chili powder. Also, I added minced onion to the ground beef when it was frying, as well as a variety of spices I like to use when frying ground beef. I used shredded cheeses instead of the processed cheese.
Such an amazing recipe my picky daughter not only ate it but asked for it again two days later.
This was amazing! !! My husband and I both loved it. I did decrease the amount of chili powder though, only used one can of soup and cooked the rice the way the box told me.
Hubby and I liked it. Teenage daughter said it was weird, tasted like spaghetti only with rice, lol. I used real cheddar and 2 cans of soup.
Nothing fancy but really good. Hard to go wrong with these ingredients. My family enjoyed it.
I subbed spaghetti sauce for tomato sauce, added fresh tomatoes, and minced garlic. I also used shredded casserole cheese. My kids and husband loves it!
I give this a 3 because it’s sooo good.. but the sizes and such are wrong. So I did the math, and doubled it, added some roasted tomatoes, and used a larger casserole dish. My fam loves it!!
I made this recipe and I found that it called for too much tomato soup, too little ground beef, and too little rice. I basically have a chili flavored tomato soup with bits of ground beef and rice in it.
I used less soup
This is so easy to make and is so tasty! Great recipe!
We very much liked this. My change ups include chopped onion. Two instead of three tablespoons of chili powder, substituted one can of diced tomatoes for one can of tomato soup and I added cheddar cheese along with the yellow American cheese.
Very good. I mixed the rice with Ground Beef then cheese Same with 2nd layer. I used some cayenne pepper and cumin I also saute some green peppers and onion, then put in minced garlic (from a jar).
I thought this was great! I did make some adjustments as well. Added chili beans to the mix and 1 less can of soup. Next time I will probably use less cheese as well. We then topped it off with a dollop of sour cream and ate with biscuits. Very creamy and yummy! I do agree there is no way to fit in a 1 quart dish, I used a two quart.
I might make it again with a lot less chili powder. The flavor was not to our liking.