We liked this recipe. I think that next time I will add another can of cheddar cheese. Thanks for sharing.
This is a very good comfort food. This was supposed to be one of those dishes "for the kids" but mommy and daddy loved it too. My 16 month old gobbled it down with plenty of mmmm's all along the way. A definite family pleaser, thanks Derf!
WOW. This wa a true comfort food. We had it this weekend and I can't wait to try it again when it gets really cold. This was so easy to prepare and everyone really enjoyed it. Next time, and their will be a next time, I'm going to add some veggies to this. Thanks so much for sharing. Prepared for PAC Fall/2008.
This has a TON of possibilities! I made it just as directed since it was my first time trying it and though my family and I really liked it we thought we would change a few things next time...and OH YEAH!, there will be a next time. ^_^ We would like the sauce to be creamier and for it to have a little more...umm..zip.. The hubbs actually added some yellow mustard to his portion and it was really good...ideas ideas.. Thank you for the great recipe! I can't wait to customize it! PS We LOVE the name!
Did not use cheese soup. Just mix 2 cups of cheddar cheese in the casserole and then put the rest of the cheese on top. Excellent. Plenty to go around. A lot of room to customize. Thank you.
Good recipe! Added 4 oz of mushrooms, did everything else the same. Next time I won't bake it for 30 minutes, b/c it got a little crunchy around the edge, which was my own fault. :) Thanks for the recipe!
This is fast, easy and great! Thanks!
Wow, this is a great "Oh crap, I don't know what to make for dinner" meal. It is almost like a homemade hamburger helper. My husband always wants me to make that stuff, but I am not a big fan of the store brand, but I am of this. Instead of whole stewed tomatoes I used a can of diced tomatoes with green chiles. It gave it a slight kick that was extra tasty. Thanks for posting this tasty recipe!
yummy! Will definitely make this one again! I just added some Lawry's to the hamburger when cooking it - otherwise followed to a "T" and was fantastic! Thanks!
One word: YUM! This was absolutely delicious - and as advertised, very filling! For the most part I followed the recipe as it was given. I used approx. 1.25 pounds of hamburger and added bread crumbs spirinkled with olive oil to the top. This gave it an extra crispy, extra yummy topping. Next time I will add some hot links and perhaps some bell peppers. This is definitely a great recipe and can be used as a base for many meals! Thank you for sharing.