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This delicious casserole was just what was needed on a cold and wet autumnal night to help us feel cozy and warm. It was very easily put together, using ingredients I always have in my pantry. I am not able to get refrigerated biscuits over here so I substituted Drop Biscuits that I made with bisquick. (I added some strong cheddar to them) Yumm! My husband really gobbled this one up. We will have the leftovers today and I bet they taste even better than they did last night! Thanks so much for a great recipe I know I will use again!
Excellent! I used 6 frozen Grands biscuits because it's what I had on hand (it took 30 minutes of cooking after adding them) and sprinkled some cheddar cheese on the beef mixture after it came out of the oven. I also used leftover corned beef instead of canned. Will definitely make again!
Loved it. I was cold and tired when I got home from work and was dreading the work of making dinner. This, however, was so easy and really delicious. Quite homey. I cut up the potatoes and corned beef and put them in the baking dish, then poured the sauce with corn over it all. I also think this would be just fine without the biscuits for those too tired to make biscuits!
Yummy the whole family enjoyed this.I ran out of buttermilk biscuits so i topped with one can of grands on top of a double recipe of the casserole.It worked out just fine.Thanks for the recipe.
Great recipe - I wasn't sure how well it was going to go down with my parents, but they really enjoyed it - my mom even went back for seconds! I wasn't quite sure what 'buttermilk biscuits' were, because we don't call them that over here, but I found a recipe, made some fresh and then topped the casserole with it. It worked a treat. A good, cheap and easy meal to make. Thanks :)