Shipwreck Baked Bean Casserole

"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."
 
Shipwreck Baked Bean Casserole created by NELady
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1hr 35mins
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  • Preheat oven to 375°F.
  • Brown ground beef and onions. Drain and rinse any excess fat.
  • Add salt and pepper to each layer if you wish.
  • 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.
  • Bake uncovered for approx 1 hour or until done.
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  1. frostyprecious
    Thank you Wicked Cook 46. This is my Mom's recipe and I remember when she made this for the family of 7. We all just ate it up and is one of my favorite comfort foods. I was looking for a recipe without the rice and with the beans in it. So glad you posted it. Even though it such an easy recipe. Frostyprecious
     
  2. ND_Dawn
    Very good!
     
  3. loof751
    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!
     
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    Shipwreck Baked Bean Casserole Created by NELady
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    Shipwreck Baked Bean Casserole Created by NELady
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