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- Ready In:
- 2hrs 25mins
- Slice onions in the bottom of a baking dish. Add thinly sliced potatoes.
- Over potatoes spread hamburger. Next add uncooked rice. top with a layer of chopped celery.
- As each layer is added season with salt and pepper to taste.
- Combine soup with an equal amount of water and pour over all.
- Cover and bake for 2 hours at 350°F.
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I doubled this recipe because I didn't think it would fit in a 13x9 casserole dish. I was mistaken. I also forgot to add the hamburger so I had to fry and add it afterwards. That being said it was ok. Some of the rice was still hard even after I checked after 1 hour and added an additional cup of water. I'm hoping that when I make it next week the hambuger grease will help keep my pan from burning so badly and fluff up that rice. I plan on making as written next week and see if things go better.
I have to give this 3 stars because we just "liked it." The family thought it was rather plain and bland. I liked it because you put it together and really don't have to touch it for another 2 hours. I would make it again, but definitely add some other seasonings or flavors into the mix. Maybe some garlic, cajun seasoning or something. Not quite sure; just know something was missing. Thanks anyway.
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Similar to one my family was raised on. Our version has been in the family for over 60 years. Very simple, Layer in a casserole dish (seasoning between layers),pat of butter, potato, onion, pat of butter, potato, onion, parboiled rice, ground beef (mixed with an egg, minced onion, salt & pepper), top with a small can tomato soup mixed with a small can of diced tomatoes. I used a total of only 1/2 coooking onion thinly sliced.