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We added 1tblsp of Mustard and 1tblsp of Kc Masterpiece instead of the ketchup. It turned out good and suited our tastes well. Thanks for the recipe.
This was a very easy casserole to make, DH had no problems putting it together. He did use the whole can of drained corn and two pounds of ground round. We didnt think it had a lot of flavor and the ground round seemed overwhelming. The next day for lunch we added a can of drained diced tomatoes, lemon pepper, and more salt and pepper. It was ok but unfortunately we wont be making it again. Made and reviewed for the chef alphabet game.
This was good! It saved me tonight- Nobody felt like having our 'usuals,' and I really didn't feel like having spaghetti (again), so I discovered this quick and easy recipe. The tomato soups I used were 10.75 ounces each, and I used a little over than 2 cups of cooked wide egg noodles (maybe 2.5 or 2.75) and I just used the whole can of whole kernal corn (drained), which was a little over than 1 cup. Also, I used 2 cups of shredded cheddar cheese on top- for some reason I thought that is what it said, but it was great so that's ok! Thanks for posting- Something easy yet good before tomorrow's big day of cooking for Christmas Eve! Thanks!
This was simple to make, and delicious to eat ! I made a few changes when I prepared it for my family of four. I used only 1 lb of hamburg, since two pounds seemed excessive. I used a tomato soup with basil and oregano added, and I swapped one of the two cans for a cheddar cheese soup, since we like things very cheesy. I didn't use the ketchup since the tomato soup had extra flavor from the spices. Overall, the recipe was fast to prepare, and we all enjoyed it very much...there were no leftovers !