Broccoli Hamburger Casserole
Every time, my kids will request this dish over any others. It is very delicious! Try it for yourself.
Every time, my kids will request this dish over any others. It is very delicious! Try it for yourself.
This is a great starter-recipe. I've made several changes, and it turned out beautifully: 8oz. of egg noodles were boiled and placed in the bottom of a casserole dish. I then put in the frozen broccoli along with a few sliced carrots. I browned the meat with the onions and added a few cloves of garlic as well as a splash of Worcestershire sauce. I used a Cheddar-Jack mix and reduced the cheese from FOUR CUPS (woah!) to about two. This recipe is very versatile and there are a countless number of things that can be added or substituted. Delicious and very easy to make!Read More
I liked the recipe, but personally thought it needed a little tweaking. It tasted a bit like a deluxe baked potato, without the potato. I think I will make it again, only try it over mashed potatoes or maybe tater tots or something. I also thought the broccoli turned out a little squishy. I think I will half cook it next time. All in all, a keeper, though I seemed to make a great mess to make it all.Read More
This is a great starter-recipe. I've made several changes, and it turned out beautifully: 8oz. of egg noodles were boiled and placed in the bottom of a casserole dish. I then put in the frozen broccoli along with a few sliced carrots. I browned the meat with the onions and added a few cloves of garlic as well as a splash of Worcestershire sauce. I used a Cheddar-Jack mix and reduced the cheese from FOUR CUPS (woah!) to about two. This recipe is very versatile and there are a countless number of things that can be added or substituted. Delicious and very easy to make!
This was really good but I added two chopped potatoes in place of the mushrooms. Without that change I think it would have been more like soup so I'm giving it only 4 stars. My husband really enjoyed this meal and I cut the recipe in half and it was just the right size casserole for myself, husband, and our 2 year old. I also used garlic salt instead of regular salt for a little more flavor.
I liked the recipe, but personally thought it needed a little tweaking. It tasted a bit like a deluxe baked potato, without the potato. I think I will make it again, only try it over mashed potatoes or maybe tater tots or something. I also thought the broccoli turned out a little squishy. I think I will half cook it next time. All in all, a keeper, though I seemed to make a great mess to make it all.
I've made this twice now. First time, exactly as written, and we found it a little on the bland side and kind of boring. So, I made some modifications tonight. Both times I have to half the measurements for the beef (1 pound), broccoli (14oz frozen chopped broccoli), onion(1/2cup)because it's just 3 of us in the house. Tonight, I used 1 can of cream of mushroom with roasted garlic soup, 1 can of cream of broccoli soup, 1 cup of sour cream, added seasoned salt and pepper to the meat while browning along with the onion and 2tsp of minced garlic. I sliced 4 small red new potatoes (skins left on for color contrast), microwaved for 5 minutes with seasoned salt and pepper sprinkled over them to help get them done quicker. Mixed soup/sour cream mixture, meat, and potatoes into a 9x13 casserole dish stirred well then sprinkled with 1 small can of french fried onion strings for some crunch. Left out the cheese this time as it is creamy enough with the soup mixture. Baked uncovered at 350 for 20-30 minutes. Thanks for a great base recipe.
When I started cooking this recipe, I thought I had cream of celery soup in the pantry. I was wrong! I ended up substituting cream of mushroom instead. I also used fresh broccoli instead of frozen and colby/jack cheese mix. Does it still count as the same recipe even with all the changes? Either way, it turned out great. I served it over rice. YUM!
I liked this recipe for it's good flavor and nice texture - but it was more like a "partial" casserole...it needed something more. I think next time I'll make it and top it with Mashed Potatoes for a twist on Shepherds Pie or just add some egg noodles to help give it more substance.
This recipe was awesome! I added oregano and basil just for more flavor. I topped it with parmesan cheese at the end too. My husband and I both LOVED it!
Made this with fresh broccoli instead of frozen. I steamed it in the microwave until slightly cooked, then used in place of frozen. The amount of beef I used was 1 1/2 lb. instead of two pounds. Also, 16 oz. of Jack cheese is too much - I used about ten oz. Augmented the onion in the recipe with onion powder. The cheese was browned on the top after one hour, but not burned. This dish is definitely a keeper.
This casserole was outstanding! It is quite possibly the BEST I have ever tasted. Will definately make over and over.
I was impressed by this recipe but my husband wasn't as much. In the recipe's defense however, my husband doesn't like anything. He didn't like the sour cream, soup, mushrooms or broccoli. The only thing I changed was I chopped a potato and added that in as well. I also cut down on the broccoli and cheese a bit. It's a very filling comfort food style meal.
This is one of those recipes that is very forgiving of any changes. I’m moving in a few days and have been searching for recipes that will use up some of my “random” ingredients. This recipe helped out quite a bit. I halved everything and had to make some changes: dehydrated onion instead of fresh, shredded four-cheese Mexican cheese blend, no sour cream or mushrooms (didn’t have either). I did add in a bit of milk to make up for the lack of sour cream, though. I used Worcestershire sauce in addition to the S&P. I topped the cheese with a small can of French fried onions in the last five minutes. Also- I kept my broccoli frozen and it came out crisp tender after 35 minutes. My husband and I enjoyed it and will likely make it again. If you enjoy tater tot casserole, you’ll probably like this one too.
My picky husband and two-year old both loved this! I substituted ground turkey and sour lean and used fresh broccoli (steamed a bit first) and organic cream of celery soup. We served it over egg noodles.
Personally, I don't think this recipe needs anything. For someone who's watching their carbs, this is great. I didn't miss the noodles, potatoes or rice in this casserole. With the monterrey jack cheese, this was just right. And since my husband is a carb-lover, I just served this with Texas Toast and he was a happy man. Nice and hearty meal.
5 stars with these tweaks: add worcestshire, garlic, season salt & onion powder. Omit mushrooms. DO NOT cook the broccoli--add it frozen so it doesn't get mushy. Add Fried Oinions during the last 5 min. YUM!
tasty, i would make again. I didn't have cream of celery so I used cream of mushroom. I browned the onion, mushrooms and added 1 garlic clove, dash of rosemary/thyme with the salt and pepper. I used fresh broccoli and carrots, steaming them in the microwave for about 7 minutes w/ ~ 2 tablespoons of water. I followed another reader's advice and added cooked egg noodle to the bottom of the dish. It was okay, they stuck together so it would have been helpful to toss w/olive oil or butter before the bake.
i started by tweaking this dish by using 2 very large onions, 1 lb of broccoli and 1 lb of meat then added lea perrins worcestershire "to taste" to the beef as it cooked then added garlic powder "to taste" then added two cans of cream of mushroom instead of celery once every thing was ready for the oven, i crushed up some herb stuffing, to make alittle finer, and put it in the bottom of the glass dish then added broccoli and topped with beef mix and spreaded cheese on last...........wow....mmm...good!!!!!
This was great! Actually, after I fooled around with amounts and ingredients it was probably nothing like the original, but we enjoyed it. Here is what we added: celery (sauteed), Worcestershire, dry mustard, water chestnuts and brown rice. This would be a good recipe to add a multitude of vegetables. It's a keeper!
This was truly a delicious recipe! My wife and I loved it! I only added two things: 2 tsp. minced Garlic and Worchestershire sauce (to taste). This was done while browning the meat. Only thing I changed was adding the cheese halfway through cooking time. This eliminated the 'overcooking' of the cheese. I also had NO problems with the broccoli being overdone. I put it in frozen and it came out perfect with a bit of crunch still in it! Overall, this really had great flavor and was asked to be cooked more often! Loved it!
I made this recipe this past weekend, and followed the directions exactly as written. The texture of the cassarole was quite soupy. Due to this, my partner and I decided to eat this dish as a dip with white corn tortilla chips. As a dip, it is fantastic! (LOL) My advice, if making this as a main course dish, is to pat-dry your broccoli once it has been steamed/cooked/boiled. Also, I would recommend cutting the soup in half and using slightly less sour cream. I think with those changes, the dish would come out more as a standard broccoli cassarole dish that's not too soupy. :)
My whole family really liked this alot. I did not have the mushrooms , so I didn't follow the recipe exactly but it was delicious, easy, and we will definitely make this again. Next time I will add slightly more sour cream as I thought it a little dry. Tasted great, tho. Thanks!
Well this was excellent, but I did change a couple of things. I couldn't find my celery soup, so I used my cream of broccoli.Then I microwaved 2 potatoes, cut them up and added them, also added a little hot seasoning (I'm married to a man that thinks everything should have that. He LOVED it.
Great tasting and very easy to make. I replace the condensed soups with a can of cheddar condensed and broccoli cheddar condensed for that extra cheese kick.
I was looking for something quick & easy - and this was it. Based on other reviews I modified it this way. I added some minced garlic & chopped mushrooms to the meat & onion mixture. Additionally, I topped it all off with Fried Onions. My family dug right into this dinner. This isn't going to impress the socks off your dinner guests, but for a quick & hearty dinner for the family, it was great.
A blander version of beef stroganoff that I usually do but the fresh broccoli I partially cooked gave it a nice touch. I didn't have monterey jack cheese so used cheddar instead. I served with rigatoni pasta and even my broccoli hating husband ate this.
I loved this! I used whole fresh mushrooms so that I could easily pick them out. I did add just a touch of dry mustard and a little Worcestershire sauce, but even without them, it was still good!
GREAT with a couple of suggestions. My husband and I like a little spice, so I added about 2 tsp of cayenne pepper. I also added 2 tbs minced garlic. I put half the meat/soup/etc mixture in the baking dish, topped with half the cheese, topped with remaining meat mixture and the rest of the cheese. Served over mashed potatoes. I think next time I'll put mashed potatoes on top before the last half of the cheese. The starch really goes well with all the rest.
I thought this recipe was great ! but like alot of other viewers felt like it needs either potatoes, rice or noodles. I also feel like an hour cooking time is way too long. Everything is essentically cooked before it hits the oven. I only cooked mine 30 min.
We used fresh broccoli. Otherwise, I did this just as instructed. It's pretty fattening, but very tasty. We all liked it. It's very much like a beef stroganoff mix with broccoli and cheese on top.
This was pretty good! My husband and I are trying to watch our carb intake so this really worked for us. I didn't want to add potatoes, pasta or rice like a lot of folks did. To make it a bit less "fattening" I substituted greek yogurt for the sour cream and used approximately 3 oz. of skim mozerella on top. I didn't have any mushrooms, so I used 1 can of cream of celery & 1 can of cream of mushroom soup. Yumm!
This is a really great dish. I have also made a few minor changes/additions. Used one can of soup, cooked noodles on the bottom, and topped the noodles with the steamed brocolli flowerets and some tiny baby carrots then put the hamburger mixture on top. Made a day ahead (or put in freezer), the flavors blend even more so and it becomes even more delicious. HIGHLY recommended by this Jedi!
Halved the recipe , and made as written. Not seasoned enough , and was more like a sauce than a casserole. May try again, with a lot of seasonings, and added noodles, rice, or on top of some kind of potato.
This recipe came up during an ingredients search. I used fresh broccoli and steamed it for a few minutes. Next time, I won't steam it since it gets so soft during baking. Per others' suggestions, I used half the sour cream and a lot less cheese (even though we're cheese lovers). I spread cooked egg noodles on the bottom of a glass 13x9 pan. I layered broccoli on that, and then the meat mixture. Then topped off with cheese. I baked for 50-minutes. My husband and two picky eater sons all liked it. It's pretty simple and a great way to get veggies and meats into the family.
Excellent comfort food!! I used the suggestions by other reviewers and added crushed fresh garlic, basil, oregano, and Worcestershire sauce to the meat mixture, but didn't reduce the amount of sour cream called for. I served it with egg noodles, ceasar salad, and garlic bread - EXCELLENT!!
This was yummy!! Only thing I omitted was the mushrooms. Thanks for sharing!
excellent..... I didn't cook the broccoli at all.
this really tasted quite good, however I added some oregano and parsley for flavor, otherwise i think i would have found it bland. it isnt the most attractive looking meal, but the taste made up for it!
Wonderful casserole. Husband & kids really enjoyed it. I used canned mushrooms and two cans of cream of mushroom instead. Mm Mmmm good!!
I made this casserole for a family get-together dinner a while ago and it was a big hit. The only variation from the recipe I made was omitting the mushrooms as I am allergic. I had some of this dish left over, so I froze what was remaining in individual containers. This casserole freezes, thaws, and reheats very well!
I thought this recipe was fantastic, I used ground turkey instead of beef and it made for a healthier casserole. It is a very versatile recipe as well, you could use tons of different things.
This was great and comforting, but very rich. I used only 8 ounces of cheese. Will definately make again!! Thanks for the recipe!
- added garlic, worcestershire, cream of mushroom soup - could also use cottage cheese instead of sour cream
OK, I omitted the mushrooms and only used one lb. of ground beef, 1/2 cup of sour cream and tiny elbow macaroni on the bottom. I also added frozen corn and steamed butternut squash cubes with the fresh broccoli partly steamed. Baked for just 30 minutes and it was super tasty. A great base hamburger casserole with many yummy varitions!
This was so good. Great leftovers
Good but wouldn't be a fave of mine. I made it as written with no exceptions except for using fresh broccoli. I steamed it about 5 minutes and wonder if I should have. It did heat up nicely in the nuker as leftovers.
I thought this was pretty good. Seemed like it was missing something, but I did think it was good.
This was awesome!!! But I used some of the other suggestions, added the oregano & basil and then served it over Rice! It frickin' ROCKED. Next time I think I'll do crm of broccoli soup though
I will make this one again...my family loved it with the revisions that I made. There was none leftover. I had to make some revisions based on what I had on hand. Plus, like other reviews it seemed to be missing something. I browned my ground beef with chopped onions and added salt, pepper, a little worcestershire sauce, garlic powder. I used 1/2 package speghatti noodles cooked according to the directions and steamed some frozen broccoli. In a separate bowl, I mixed two cups shredded cheddar cheese, 1 8 oz. sour cream, a little more worcestershire sauce, can of mushrooms undrained, and 1 can cream of mushroom soup. I put the noodles in the bottom of my pan and then mixed the meat, broccoli, and other ingredients together and placed on top. I baked for about 15 minutes in the oven on 350. I served corn on the cob (with a little milk added to the water plus butter and salt) and breadsticks. The kids loved it!!
Cream of Mushroom next time.
I loved this casserole but did make a few changes. I followed others suggestions of serving over mashed potatoes. Trying to be conscious of saturated fats, I used only 1 can of mushroom soup (instead of celery) and half the amount of sour cream. This meal is delicious even without the cheese. I sprinkled seasoned pepper and beef bullion over the meat mixture. Next time I will try this with chicken. Thanks for the recipe, it is definately a keeper.
Very good! I thought I had everything I needed, didn't even look, just got started. I didn't have the Cream of celery soup or any other! All I could find was a packet of Knor's Cream of Spinach dip mix. Heated it with a cup of milk and the sour cream. Put in a few spoonfuls of mayo too. Also short on cheese,so I sprinkled parmesan on top of the broccoli. I also put egg noodles on the bottom as suggested. Did have some grated colby jack for the top. Even though I had to make the changes it turned out great. I give it five stars for being so flexible! Thanks. Two days later... Been eating the leftovers, which has been good also, but I have a few thoughts about what I would change. Decided I didn't like the noodles on the bottom. Next time no noodles, or cooked seperately, buttered. They compacted on the bottom, didn't like that. Also I would not pre-steam the broccoli. I only steamed it quickly, but still the broccoli was too soft for my liking. I only had frozen broccoli, fresh might be better, still not cooked. I will make this again and another thank you for the post.
This was a pretty tasty dish. I made a few changes. I used 1 1/2 pounds of ground turkey and added garlic. Only 8oz of Light sour cream, no salt and I added cut up potatoes and used onion powder instead of real onions because I was out. I also used just 1 can of cream of mushroom soup and a couple splashes of chicken broth to make it spread better. I only used 2 cups of cheddar cheese and threw a couple pieces of crumbled turkey bacon (left over from breakfast) on top. I figure I cut down on about 200 unnecessary calories with a few easy changes. And my husband renamed this the "Cluster Casserole" because you could add pretty much anything to it :). Good basics, but nice to change it up to suit your needs.
I added some A1 to give it a kick
I liked this and followed the recipe as written except for three small changes. I added a minced clove of garlic and cut the cheese in half. Also, I didn't precook the broccoli, figuring an hour in the oven would suffice. I served the casserole over rice and it was quite good! Next time, I might use less sour cream.
This recipe is a keeper. The best part is that I already had most of the ingrediants on hand. I did cut the recipe in half as we are only a family of three. I added garlic powder to the meat mixture and omitted the mushrooms. Instead of having to bake it in the oven I ended up adding about one cup of milk to the skillet and brought it to a boil. I added the broccoli and reduce it to a simmer, covered and let it cook until the broccoli was tender. When it was ready I adjusted the seasonings and took another reviewer's advice and served it over baked potatoes and topped with cheese. It was excellent!
This was pretty ggod especially considering that my family is pretty picky so I had to leave out the onion and the mushrooms. I left everything else the same and it was good. Better than hamburger helper that's for sure.
Rather bland. I did replace the hamburger with turkey and 1 can of the cream of celery with a can of cream of mushroom. It just seemed to be missing something. Maybe a carbohydrate like hashbrowns would have done the trick.
Add extra cheese and it was awsome and go with Mushroom soup instead of mushrooms very good recipe. Sweet_angelgril79
Really good! Made it per the recipe - husband and kids (even picky 1 year old) loved it. Seemed a little bland at first, so if you like dishes with a LOT of flavor, I would recommend doctoring it up. But it worked at our house because it was just right for the kids' tastes.
Not good at all. Makes a lot of casserole and most of ours will go in the trash can. Far too much soup, far too little flavor.
Added bottom layer of sliced russet potato, onion powder, & packaged fried onion rings. Substituted mozzarella & parmesan for Monterey Jack, & used fresh ( microwave-steamed) broccoli. Very tasty & filling; good use of ground chuck.
Very good. Added cooked macaroni as base to casserole to give it more substance. Also added a little bit of minced garlic, cheese, and mayo to noodles. My boyfriend had thirds.
I also put egg noodles on the bottom (3 cups precooked)and followed the rest of recipe except. Kept the perfectly steamed fresh broccoli separate (they will overcook)and used 1 cup of a soft cheese (forget name but like parmesean, definitely an italian cheese). You can always mix the broccoli in at the end. It did taste like a "good" hamburger helper!
I halved the recipe and layered it over top cooked brown rice. This just didn't appeal to us. I think I would have preferred it with chicken instead of beef.
I omitted the mushrooms but used mushroom soup instead of celery soup. It was easy and tasty but just a wee bit bland - but I also leave out the salt because my family overuses it on the table! That might be all that was missing. Will make again, everyone liked it even my "doesn't eat red meat" daughter!
I didn't care much for this recipe. The cheese shouldn't have been added until the end, it was very brown and hard before the time was even up and i just didn't think it had much flavor.
I mixed 1 can of cream of mushroom with 1 can of cream of celery only because I need to go shopping! I was out of onions so added onion powder! I was out of fresh mushrooms but had a can of mushrooms And a mix of Monterey Jack cheese with mozzarella, cheddar and Colby cheeses. Oh and I served it on white rice! That's all I had but it came out yummy! Definitely a recipe you can play with so I plan to make this again!
We loved it. If my son didn't now require diary free, I'd make it again.
This was amazing! I used cream of mushroom instead of celery. I used fresh broccolli uncooked. I added egg noodles, broccoli topped with monterey jack cheese then added the meat mixture on top. Cooked it about 30 minutes. Then topped with monterey and cheddar cheese on top and put it back in the oven until melted. I did half the recipe but I wish I made more. It was gone in about 20 minutes between me, my mom, and 4 and 7 yr old girls. My picky 4 yr old who says she doesn't like cheese ate 2 plates and she asked me to cook it again the next day. If I had some ground beef I would make it again today. Yum yum yum
Great low carb casserole! I'm always looking for good recipes that don't have potatoes or rice, so this fit the bill. I used fresh broccoli and steamed it a little before baking. Also added garlic and some italian spices. Halved the ingredients as I'm cooking for 3 people. Everyone really liked it!
This one is a hit! Easy to make. I served it over elbow noodles.
I'm a novice cook, but in made this for my family and everyone loved it!
I first looked up this recipe to see what I could make with the ingrediants I had. The changes I made were 1 can of mushroom soup with the 16oz sour cream. I used fresh broccoli. Steamed the broccoli in the microwave for about 4 mins. Then I layered it with chedder cheese and tore up some bread and mixed in melted butter and put on top of cheese. The next time I made it just as it said and it was delicious. Thanks so much.
This is the best............Everyone should try...but I use mild cheese in mine still was great.
I halved everything but the onion and used green pepper instead of mushrooms. Very easy. Taste is a little bland.
Good, but I would use a sharp cheddar cheese next time. I would probably make this again. Although my kids didn't seem to care for it.
really easy and very good
this tastes amazing we were just looking for something for dinner and came across this and it was amazing!!! instead of 2 cans of celery soup we put 1 broccoli, 1 celery, and one cheddar cheese in it and it tastes amazing as long with Italian seasoning and California mix instead of just broccoli. cant wait to make it again
I changed the recipe a little. Used 1 can cream of mushroom, 1 can cheddar, fresh broccoli chopped up. I mixed one hand full of shredded cheddar in the mixture and put the monterey jack on top. Next time I will mix the monterey jack in to the casserole before baking. It hardened up on top might be better to cover the casserole before baking. After the changes my casserole was delicious
When I first saw the recipe, I knew I wanted to try it. BUT, I could see that it was going to need some garlic. I cut the recipe in half. I added a clove of chopped garlic to the meat /onion/ mushroom during the last 30 seconds of cooking and before adding the soup and sour cream. Also could have sprinkled a little garlic salt on top of the broccoli layer. The half recipe cooked in 40 minutes.
Great taste, mello, and super easy to throw together. We loved it.
This didn't work for us. I really wanted to like it, but the broccoli was mushy and the sauce felt like it was missing something. It kind of reminded me of beef stroganoff with broccoli and cheese.
My husband said this is his new favorite! Now I just need to cut some of the calories! I used less sour cream and doubled the mushrooms. Yum!
I used a small onion, mincing it then stir fry until they started to sweat then added ground turkey, a packet from Costco, so that's a lb+. Once that was browned up I mixed it with a can of cream of chicken soup and one cream of celery soup along with half a cup of sour cream, then put it in a med size glass casserole dish. I used two med size fresh broccoli heads, and stir fried them up for a few min until bright green. I added the broccoli on top of the meat mixture and put 2 cups of cheese on top. I used a bag of colby/ montery jack mixture. All in the oven at 350 for an hr, it is delicious!! 4 stars for great base, but I'd certainly reccomend tweaking it.
This recipe as written is definitely lacking and only 2 stars to me. I used cream mushroom soup since in house. I also layered over noodles tossed with parmesan, garlic powder and butter, then added the cheese to top layer. This was all in an attempt to salvage this very bland recipe. My end result was kind of like hamburger helper. It was better the next day as a leftover after the flavors blended, but not a redo.
This one is a keeper. I love it. I make a lot and seperate it into lunch-sized portions for my hubby and I. We eat on it all week. I have also frozen it and eaten later.
Quick and easy and everyone loved it! Will definitely make it a regular in our home! It's great with Cauliflower and /or broccoli, I make it both ways too.
Delicious Bit had to use a large pan to bake. We loved it.
It was more like soup than a casserole. To much liquid. Used extra lean burger drained well. Followed directions exactly . Smells good but disappointing. May have to order pizza
added egg noodles to give it more substance. It was OK but very easy to make.
Hmmm… I used fresh broccoli and the broccoli tasted burned after an hour in the over at 350? I halted the recipe but it seems like something was not right...
I followed a few other reviewers suggestions and didn't cook the frozen broccoli first, increased the noodles, used shredded cheddar and added garlic powder. I mixed the noodles and half of the cheese in with the hamburger mixture, then baked it for about 30 mins, added the rest of the cheese on the top and baked for another 10 minutes. This feeds about 10-12 people and is good when it is heated the next day.
I have been making this for group gathering's and it has been the biggest hit each time. I made it for a Holiday Gathering on Saturday and it was gone before I knew it and everyone wanted the recipe. It is also very easy to make.
This is a great and very different dish! Delish! I changed it up quite a bit though to stretch it. Used a 23 oz can of cream of mushroom, 10 oz can cream of celery and 10 ounce can cream of cheese. Added bacon bits and jalapeños to it. Boiled some egg noodles. Mixed it all together and topped with cheese. Will definitely be making this again. Hamburger Helper ain't got nothing on this!
Very good. Halved the beef, mushrooms and onions. Added minced garlic, seasoned salt, cayenne pepper, and oregano to browning meat. Added 1 can of cream of celery soup and 1 cup of greek yogurt instead of sour cream to meat. Sliced 4 small red potatoes (skin on). Seasoned with salt and pepper and heated in microwave for 5 minutes. Mixed broccoli, potatoes and meat mix into baking dish. Light coating of mexican blend cheese on top. Cooked for 50 minutes at 350.
quite tastey. I would reccommend that you let the casserole set for about 10 minutes before serving up. Let the soup and sourcream set a little.
We really liked this recipe! Thanks
Why are the Even any bad reviews? This recipe is amazing and so simple.. The only Thing I added was garlic..
Wasn't difficult to execute. There are many things I would rather do with ground beef that I would enjoy better.