Total Time
1hr 40mins
Prep 10 mins
Cook 1 hr 30 mins

These are from a mimeographed, hand bound cookbook given to me by Lioness Joan Nielsen of Marshall, Saskatchewan, about 20 years ago. Marshall isn't quite Alberta, but it's just a few miles east of the border on Highway 16. The book is full of prairie standbys so if you need more, let me know. The can sizes aren't given. I would guess 14 ounces (400mL) but you may have to experiment. Hamburger Casserole Lioness Marilyn Eric, Marshall

Directions

  1. Season hamburger with salt and pepper and spread in the bottom of an oven safe 2 quart casserole dish.
  2. Spread uncooked rice over hamburger.
  3. Add sliced onions, then sliced potatoes and season with salt and pepper.
  4. Pour can of tomatoes over all.
  5. Bake in 350F oven for 1 1/2 to 2 hours.
Most Helpful

Used this recipe with a group of never been in the kitchen 11 yr old boy scouts and it turned out very well. Prep time was about half an hour, but a lot of that was teaching and telling time as we went along. Simple, yet filling, meal that the boys said they would cook and eat again.

George March 29, 2002

This recipe was easy to make with readily avalable ingredients. I used short grain brown rice, and while I was concerned that it would take longer to cook or be dry it was easily cooked in the hour and a half listed as the cooking time and wasn't in the least bit dry to my tastes. Slicing intead of chopping the onions is a wonderful touch. Onions are often slimy in recipes like this but these were perfect. I only hade one problem in this recipe. I cooked it uncovered and the tomatoes that were on top burned horribly. They were inedible and I had to throw them out. This wasn't too much of a problem for us since the dish was still excellent, and my husband and daughter aren't big tomato fans but I thought I'd mention it anyway. I think next time I might just add a little bit of tomato juice instead of the tomatoes since as near as I can tell the juice is the only thing that added anything to the dish.

Angela Curtis September 09, 2002

This recipe needs everything that is on hand, it is easy, and it is really good! I wasn't sure about the potatoes being cooked well (I seem to have problems) so I put them in the microvave for a minute or so to soften them up a bit. I didn't have a can of tomatoes, so instead I used a 15 oz can of tomato sauce and poured it on top. Following that, I sliced up a couple of fresh tomatoes and put them on top. It turned out wonderfully! I covered it with tin foil while cooking for an hour and a half. I am going to make this one again! Thank you for sharing!

Bec February 01, 2003