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I have made this at least 10 times now and kept forgetting to rate it. This recipe is a real winner -- but definitely not for anyone trying to limit their fat intake! It's easy, relatively inexpensive and both kids and adults LOVE it. This has become my #1 favorite casserole to take to neighbors or ailing church members. I can make it in the morning (I use about 1/2 the green onion as the flavor intensifies during the day), then deliver it with the cheddar in a separate baggie, along with cooking instructions. Everyone I've ever taken it to has requested the recipe! Thanks again, Inez.
This casserole was really good. I used a 15 ounce can of tomato sauce instead of a 12 ounce.
This is Miss Hulling's recipe for sour cream noodle bake from St. Louis. It's a family favourite of ours. The ingredients sound gross, but somehow it works so well. It's packed full of good protein for the kids. Dee-lish!
I like the casserole but I would change 2 things. Instead of the green onions I would just put a little yellow onion in with the beef as I browned it. Also, it is very rich and does not need the extra cheese on top. But over all a great taste. It is even great cold as a midnight snack.
This casserole is delicious! It was a rainy day outside and I didn't feel like running to the store, so I made just a few adjustments to use ingredients I had on hand. I used whole wheat egg noodles, low fat sour cream, 1% fat cottage cheese, and sliced up a few mushrooms which I sauteed with the hamburger. I had a little cheddar and a little mozzerella so I used them both. Just Yummy! Thanks for a keeper!
My fussy daughter loved it. Easy to prepare. Some diced green pepper would be a good addition.