8 Reviews

I tried this recipe it was very easy to put together. Its one of those recipes were you should have the ingredents on hand.
The family gave it a thumbs up. We will make it again

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LineShackFrmgrl September 19, 2010

This was great and DH loved it! The Family Circus (the kids) didn't like it as well, but they are in a strange eating mode at the moment. I took the advise of others and I lowered the calories. They couldn't tell the difference...lol. This is a keeper! Thanks so much.

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Heartspell March 22, 2010

So good and easy. Only thing I did different was to saute onions, bell pepper and spices with the ground beaf. I thought the recipe called for baking potatoes, then I noticed it is BAKED potatoes, well I had to throw them in the microwave and bake them that way, next time I will know to bake them ahead of time. I definately will be making this again!

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Chipfo December 16, 2009

This is a great recipe and easy to put together. You can also use other vegetables. I used frozen vegetables because I don't buy canned and just thawed them in the microwave before putting in the casserole. We have made this 3x in the past few weeks because it is an easy go to when it is late and dinner is needed quickly.

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lpierce819 November 17, 2009

This was very good, but I did alter it some too. I didn't use butter, and I really don't think it needed it. I sauteed the onions with the hamburger, and it worked fine. I didn't cook the potatoes prior, so I needed a little more cooking time, but that was OK. I sliced the potatoes thin, but used about 8 medium sized taters. My kids don't like Mushrooms, so I added a can of cream of mushroom soup to the sour cream and milk. I put garlic salt over the potatoes before spreading the soup/sour cream mixture. Since I was feeding 4 teenagers, and my husband and myself, I used 2 16 oz. cans of corn over the cream mixture. The result was really good, although like someone else, I found the meat a bit bland next time I'll add garlic and or garlic salt to the meat mixture... but there weren't any leftovers, always a good sign here!

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MomB June 25, 2009

This was a simple casserole. I felt it needed more flavor but my husband enjoyed it. I used whipping cream in place of the milk and used minced garlic in place of the garlic salt. I also added some diced onion and green pepper. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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Marsha D. December 23, 2008

Excellent! I fried up the onions in the ground beef and totally eliminated the butter. I used fat-free sour cream, and used only about 1/2 the cheese. So overall, I cut way back on the fat! I used defrosted frozen corn instead of canned, used cheddar instead of colby and left out the mushrooms. It was great! I'll be keeping this in my recipe book!

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Carrie in Greenville November 12, 2008

Very Good!!! Quick and easy, I am definately making this again. Even my son told me it was a keeper recipe.

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Sidd March 30, 2003
Hamburger and Potato Casserole