Total Time
1hr 35mins
Prep 20 mins
Cook 1 hr 15 mins

This is a family fave and a bit different then the other ones posted. Cooking time includes browning the ground beef and is approximate. As stated in a review I forgot to add salt and pepper in the ingredient list.So add to taste. Use whatever kind of potatoes you have on hand. I have used red, Yukon Gold etc.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. Brown ground beef and onions. Drain and rinse any excess fat.
  3. Add salt and pepper to each layer if you wish.
  4. Place sliced potatoes in the bottom of a deep 9x9 casserole. Pour the beef and onion mixture over the potatoes. Spoon beans over meat and then pour the tomato soup over all.
  5. Bake uncovered for approx 1 hour or until done.
Most Helpful

Pure comfort food! This casserole is easy to make, tasty and filling. I left out the onions (replaced with celery), otherwise made as specified. My tomato soup made kind of a crust on top which looked unusual but tasted great. Thanks for posting this recipe!

loof July 20, 2009

I loved this casserole (and I'm in a land-locked state!). I didn't have any problem reading through the recipe. I used 4 russet potatoes, Bush's original baked beans and 1 1/4 cups of organic tomato basil soup. Oohhh la la delicious! I did add some salt and pepper to each layer. I will make this AGAIN and can't wait to munch on the left-overs tomorrow. Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game.

NELady July 13, 2009

I am writing this review as it is written. It makes it difficult that the ingredients are out of order, but it's not too big of a deal when there is such a short list. It was frustrating that it does not say what size potatoes or type. I used some larger red potatoes that I had on hand. In the instructions it calls for the use of salt and pepper, but those are not included in the ingredients list. The soup was burned on the edges after an hour baking time, so I would check it at 45 minutes. It was a bit bland tasting, so I added some Lawrys season salt to the meat mixture, as well as a couple cloves of garlic. DH really liked this and we will make it again with some changes. He suggested adding some cheese to the top. It was very quick to prepare and easy to serve. The sweetness was a nice change of pace. I liked the potatoes and meat flavor together. All in all, it is a good dish, but the recipe needs a little work. Made and Reviewed for Photo Tag - Thanks! :)

LilPinkieJ December 01, 2008