Everyone was quiet for dinner last night!!This was tasty AND easy to prepare!Used shredded cheese for the slices,mmmm..mmmm!I will be making this again:)Thanks for sahring
We all enjoyed this recipe, but the kids really seemed to go crazy over it. It would be very easy to change it to suit your taste but we enjoyed it as posted.
This was quite tastey. I made some adjustments to the recipe (like removing the green peppers and celery, using 1 can of drained French Onion soup for the onions, and swicthing the cheddar out for colby) and I used Hunts diced tomatoes and sweet onions - my husband very much enjoyed it. Nice flavor - I needed to add more seasoning (Lawry's and extra salt and pepper) to give it a little more zip - but that's a tastebuds thing. :) Overall - I'd recommend this recipe - Easy and good. I used 2 mini french bread loaves (about 12" long each) much easier to manage than one long one - I strongly recommend you do the same.
Made for friends the other night. It was pronounced "brown food of the first order" (comfort food). Very easy to make too, the only change I made was to omit the celery (just forgot to add it) and used shredded cheddar and pepper jack on top.
I just made this for dinner tonight and let me say YUM!!!! This recipe is a keeper. I made mine with the Rotel tomatoes. The kids and I thought it was great with the Rotel, just enough spice...which meant my husband was on fire! The heat did not keep him from eating it, though. He said it was still delicious even though he was guzzling water all through dinner. I sauteed the celery, onions and green peppers with the ground beef simply because my kids and husband prefer the vegetables to be very, very soft. We used Kraft Singles on the top because that is what I happened to have in the fridge. If you love spicier fare, you could use Southwest Pepperjack soup instead of cheddar soup, stick with the Rotel and top the loaf with pepperjack cheese. I think it would be an awesome bit of variety! Also, this would be a great meal to make ahead on a busy day. Just make the meat mixture earlier and stick in the fridge. Microwave the meat a couple minutes, fill the bread and boom, dinner in minutes! Thank you so very much for sharing!!!!!!
12/6/07 Just wanted to say this looks AWESOME for a wknight dinner!! Fast and easy. Sounds PERFECT for a COLD WINTER DINNER.. I'm planning it for this snow wknd!! Thanks 4/2009 - DS makes this every few mon's as one HIS specialty recipes. Thanks!
Tried this today using my homemade french bread. DH loved it and two of my three little ones liked it. The other one would have if she hadn't seen the tomatoes in it! Great recipe. The only change I made was to use just half a can of Rotel. DH says this is a keeper!!!
My husband and I love this he doesn't usually tell me what he wants for supper but he's asked for this twice in the last couple of weeks thanks for sharing
Nice change. I would next time zest up the flavor a bit with Heinz 57. Didn\'t use the bread crumbs in the meat mixture, just to save on carbs.
This was ok, but probably won't make it again. Easy to make, but I think the worchestershire was too overpowering, and I only used 1 tbsp. Also, husband didn't like the soggy bread, both from the returned bread crumbs, and the post baking shell.