Hamburger & Biscuit Casserole
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- Ready In:
- In a heavy skillet brown beef and onion.
- Add corn,soup,and parmesan cheese.
- Simmer for 15 minutes, while cooking macaroni.
- Add macaroni to the meat mixture.
- Season to taste.
- Pour into a greased casserole.
- Top with cheese slices.
- Cut biscuits in half to cover top of mixture.
- Bake at 350° until biscuits are done and browned to your liking.
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My whole family loved this! However, I had to a bit of tweaking because I didn't have some of the stuff. Instead of onion, I had to use a tsp. of onion powder. In place of creamed corn, I added a can of undrained corn niblets and a splash of milk. Instead of american cheese, I used a couple of handfuls of tex-mex cheese. I omitted the biscuits because I had none. Other stuff I added was a tsp. each of garlic powder and italian seasoning. Thanks for the recipe! We will definitely be making this again!<br/><br/>Edit: I forgot to mention that I ended up with way too much macaroni. I doubled everything and I was unsure if the recipe called for 1/12 cups of dry macaroni or 1/12 cups of prepared macaroni. I ended up using 3 cups of dry macaroni and it wouldn't fit in my casserole dish. However!!! All was not lost because I ended up making macaroni salad with the extra mac :D
Nothing against recipe or Chef submitting, but I didn't like this recipe. It was too sweet due to the creamed corn and tomato soup. I tried it because my husband likes creamed corn and he said it was just"ok". We as cooks need to remember different areas/regions' tastes, especially when there is a strong ethnic/cultural influence, will reflect in recipes and/or preferred tastes.
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