Ground Beef Casserole

"Ultimate church supper or PTA pot luck dish. Whole family loves this one. Dinner in a dish. Just add a salad and bread."
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  • Brown ground beef, onion, bell pepper.
  • Drain excess fat if necessary.
  • Add tomatoes, salt, soup.
  • Allow to simmer while cooking noodles according to package directions.
  • Drain noodles.
  • Add cooked noodles and 1/2 of the cheese to meat mixture.
  • Pour into casserole dish and sprinkle with remaining cheese.
  • Bake at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.

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  1. My husband loved it but I thought it needed more flavor. A lot more flavor. I had even added pepper, chili powder & italian seasoning and garlic. But I like a recipe that spells out all the details for me so I don't have to guess how much to sprinkle in. I used rotel for the peppers cuz I didn't have any (2 cans drained).
  2. Hubby and I really enjoyed this with coleslaw for supper tonight. It was quick to make-and super easy. I used an orange pepper, half-fat mushroom soup and light old cheddar and the taste was wonderful.There are just the two of us, so there is enough for supper tomorrow night. BONUS!!! Thanks for a recipe that I will add to our supper rotation recipes.
  3. This was easy to throw together and very filling. Served with a salad and biscuits. Thanks for the recipe.
  4. Good basic recipe. I think the addition of some spices and garlic to give it a little kick would be great next time. Also, I'll leave off the remaining cheese until about 5 min. before the casserole is ready...the cheese on top had turned into a hard crust after 30 min. baking and I caught it just before it began to burn.
  5. I made a cheese sauce instead of using cream of mushroom because it sounded very bland as is. I also seasoned the beef with a seasoned salt as it was cooking to add extra flavor. Its a good beginer recipe that you can make your own


  1. I used Mexican mix shredded cheese and it was delicious.
  2. Really good! I had planned to make this for dinner, but DH ended up making since I had to work late. He used cream of celery instead of cream of mushroom soup. Other than that, he followed the directions. We both enjoyed it and will make again. Thanks for posting!
  3. Good recipe! I used a red bell pepper and cream of chicken instead of mushroom. We also use the mini-bowtie pasta and it was great! The leftovers were good the next day and the kids ate it all up! I omitted the salt since the soup is salty. It's a keeper!
  4. I thought this was very good, and so simple to put together. A very toddler friendly meal, too :) The only variation I made was instead of the chopped tomatoes ~ I used a big can of veggie tomato sauce & added some garlic. I will DEF. make this again!
  5. Easy and tasty. I made it healthier with ground turkey, light cream of mushroom soup, and the addition of some shredded carrots. I also subbed marinara for the chopped tomatoes. Leftovers tomorrow will be great!



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