10 Reviews

I tried this last night and was pleasantly surprised. The flavor was great for a recipe with a few ingredients most people will always have on hand. I would suggest baking it less than the suggested time though. The topping got a little harder than I would have liked. It's definitely a dish I would make again. The directions were perfect but I would tell you that you can't pour the topping on...it's too thick for that. But it was easy to spoon on and spread easil.

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Chef Cameo September 06, 2007

This dish could have benefited from some extra garlic or worcestershire sauce or something, it was a little bit bland as written but overall it was still very good. I'll definitely make this again, just jazzed up to suit our tastes. Thanks for posting!

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KLBoyle January 03, 2012

This was very good. My husband and I really enjoyed it! My son didn't like it so much, but he's 2. He's picky. As for the recipe, I followed it for the most part. I did add a dash of worcestershire sauce to the meat mixture for added flavor. I also used Jiffy mix cornbread. Thanks for sharing this recipe, I will make it again.

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agiolam July 24, 2011

Fantastic recipe. Tasted great and very filling! We all loved it. Thank you so much for sharing!

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Portlandwoman86 October 25, 2009

This was great! I made it with ground moose (instead of beef), added black beans, chili powder, and some ground cumin to the meat mixture. I also added a small amount of oil to the cornbread topping and baked it for only 25 minutes. My family loved it!

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kennedyfish October 07, 2008

I made this for my hubby & son for dinner cause i'm working tonight,i'll get their review tonight,its looks & smells awesome though.Not bas at all. I'll be keeping this recipe on hand.

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DarksLight August 08, 2008

I used a small green peper, no salt and pepper. For the topping, I think the sugar was too much. Maybe reduce the quantity of sugar or omit it next time. It cooked only 20 minutes. It tasted like a meal we have in Quebec named Pâté Chinois. It's ground beef that has been brown that we pour in a pan, then cover with creamed corn then mashed potatoes.

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Boomette August 15, 2007

Great comfort food! I did use ground round and petite diced canned tomatoes. Served with mashed potatoes and creamed peas, very tasty supper! Thank you gertc96 for another winning recipe.

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lauralie41 August 13, 2007

This was really tasty and I will for sure make it again. I added milk to the cornbread mixture as the egg alone did not provide enough moisture to the batter. Thanks for a yummy recipe!

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*sweetomato* July 30, 2007

This was easy and tasty. I used 1 1/4 lbs ground turkey & sweet yellow pepper. The recipe did not include milk for the topping, but 1 egg would not do it for all the rest of the ingredients, so I added 1 cup of milk. I also used a little garlic powder. I forgot to add the sugar to the topping and you couldn't tell the difference. It was real good! :)

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WI Cheesehead July 26, 2007
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