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This was a nice casserole and very easy to put together. I made it as is but added a little extra sour cream to make it more spreadable. I think next time the only change I will make is using spaghetti sauce with lots of chunky vegetables inside. That will add some sustenance to the meal instead of mainly meat. Thanks for posting!
This wasn't my favorite but then again I didn't have shredded mozz so I used cubed. Sure it made a difference. Would definately use more sauce next time.
This was good. I used a 9x13 pan because that is the closest size to the one called for. I used more spaghetti sauce that called for since I felt it needed it. I also added 1/3 cup mayo to the cheese and sour cream and increased the sour cream. Both these additions made it more spreadable. Anyone who likes this recipe will also love my Deep Dish Taco Pie Deep Dish Taco Pie. It is VERY similar to this, only the layering is a little different. Thanks for the post.
This came together quickly and was very good! I lowered the heat (~350) and baked a little longer, to ensure the crescent rolls would not get too dark but would get thoroughly baked as well. It was good for something different, and using ingredients I already had in the house. :)
We tried this recipe tonight - like others, I was a bit worried about the sour cream thing but it came together wonderfully! My fiance was also impressed. I did substitute the Garlic and Butter crescent dough as someone else had suggested and it was awesome.
Very tasty, and many of my family were coming back for second helpings! The only fault I found with this was that it turned out a little sweeter than I was expecting, but that may have been because we used canned sauce for it. And one other issue was that the cheese mixture came up a little short, but thankfully I had some extra ingredients on hand. Very tasty, and next time I'll try making it with a different sauce and see how that pans out. Thanks for the recipe!
This was excellent, fast and easy. I added fresh mushroom and about an extra 1/2 cup of spaghetti sauce. My husband had two helpings. I cooked mine about 25 minutes.
This has become one of my "go to" recipes. Casseroles do not go over well in our home, so this has been renamed "upside down pizza". Didn't fool my son, but his comment was, "Finally! A casserole I like." I like the versatility of this dish, not to mention the yummy factor. Thanks for posting. You've saved me more than once!
This was very tasty. My topping turned out just a touch doughy, even though it was in the full 20 minutes. The top was starting to get a bit dark so I had to take it out. Next time I'll lower the oven temp to 350 and bake it for 30 min. Still very tasty and I'll definately make it again.
My son's LOVE this recipe. It's always gone in no time, and its easy and inexpensive. I have found that the crescent rolls have enough fat in them that I only need to dust the top with parmesan cheese, not mix it with butter.