A "Taste of Home" recipe I found years ago, which has become a family tradition for our Halloween table. I also make it for potlucks during the month of October and it always gets lots of requests for the recipe.
- Paint face on pumpkin with marker.
- Brown beef and onion. Drain.
- Add soup, sugar, soy sauce and mushrooms and simmer 10 minute
- Add rice and waterchestnuts.
- Spoon into pumpkin. Replace top. Bake on cookie sheet in center of oven at 350 degrees for 1-2 hours or until inside of pumpkin is tender.
- Serve on plate. Scoop cooked pumpkin out and serve.
We enjoyed this casserole. We used diced beef instead of ground beef. Next time I would use a larger pumpkin to fit more casserole but very tasty.
Great fun! Nice presentation! I made this for a ladies Hallowe'en bridge luncheon and it was well received. I will definitely make it again.
Delicious! My kids loved it and our friends thought it was really a cool idea. Will become a tradition every Halloween. We served it to go with our movie night watching "It's the Great Pumkin, Charlie Brown"