This recipe ROCKS! Thanks for posting!
I thought this was good but not great. What I did think was great was that I had all the ingredients in my pantry and fridge and it was an easy quick Friday night dinner. We thought it was a little bland so next time I'll try adding some chili powder or something to spice it up a little.
This recipe taste great. Quick and easy. Thanks for posting.
I made this for dinner last night. I thought it was great. the kids were a little iffy but they are not big on casseroles in the first place. I had to make a couple of changes. First I did not have cream of mushroom soup so I used cream of chicken and mushroom. Also I cooked the onions with the meat because it gives the meat such a good flavor and last I threw in some frozen broccoli to make it a one dish meal and make sure the kids got their veggies. Great recipe thanks for posting.
This rapidly became a favorite in my family. With seven people to feed on a limited income I am always looking for frugal recipes (I have to double this one.) I don't always have the sour cream and French fried onions, but it's just as good without them. When I do, I'll add a 4 oz. can of drained mushroom pieces, 1/2 to 1 tsp. of soy sauce and 1 stalk celery, sliced, for a bit of extra flavor, then top with chow mein noodles.
Quick, easy & delicious! Not to mention inexpensive. We loved it.
I was just craving something but I didn't know what. I had some top ramen and I knew that some folks had used that to make other dishes, so I searched Ramen Casserole, and I found this one. It is from our dearly beloved Amy. What a shout out from God it was. Please click on her name and read her page. The Dish: It was really good! A bit too salty for my taste, that is the reason for 4 stars. There is no added salt, but the ramen seasoning and the heavily salted cream of mushroom soup are both salty. I think that if there is a low sodium cream of mushroom soup, that would solve the problem. I didn't use the French's French Onions because I hate them. Instead I used a scant dusting of crushed sour cream and onion potato chips. For the cheese, I used a pre-packaged cheese crumbles, consisting of jack, cheddar, and colby. We miss you Amy.
I've made this twice now and the kids and DH both LOVE it. I put mozarella cheese on top as the ingredients don't list cheese but the instructions do. My pregnant sister begged me for the recipe!!! It's a super easy, tasty, and inexpensive meal. Thanks
Excellent - a creamy-type casserole with a slightly different taste than most. We have our own farm grown beef in 1 lb. packages so I doubled the recipe and it turned out very good. The only thing I omitted was the French fried onions (b/c of picky eater). Will definitely make this one again.
Wonderful, quick and easy to put together! DH and 2 year old eat it up every time! Thank you!