Shipwreck Casserole Layered Differently Than the Others

Shipwreck Casserole Layered Differently Than the Others created by Baby Kato

When I lived in England, I found their casseroles were basically different from ours. We put the oddest things together and this casserole is a perfect example. Another would be corned beef hash with an egg on top. Well, when I made both of these for my then future inlaws, they thought they were delicious. Understand, it never changed the way they cooked, thank goodness, because I love the English food too.

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2hrs 10mins
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  • Heat the oven to 350F.
  • (Make sure to season well each layer up to the kidney bean with salt and pepper).
  • In a greased 2 quart casserole put all ingredients in order given (including the liquid in the kidney beans as well as a little water to rinse out the can) and "frost" the whole top with the tomato soup.
  • Cover with foil and bake for 2 hours. Take out of oven, uncover and let sit for 10 minutes.
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"When I lived in England, I found their casseroles were basically different from ours. We put the oddest things together and this casserole is a perfect example. Another would be corned beef hash with an egg on top. Well, when I made both of these for my then future inlaws, they thought they were delicious. Understand, it never changed the way they cooked, thank goodness, because I love the English food too."

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    Shipwreck Casserole Layered Differently Than the Others Created by Baby Kato
  2. Dantana
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  3. ShaniRage
    Same as MJane... this is the recipe I grew up eating in Montana... I wanted to make this for dinner tonite but lost my copy of the recipe and ouldn't get ahold of my mom - I'm so glad that you had this up here!!! Now I can make dinner!
  4. MJane
    This is exactly how my mother made this..so glad I found..and she was from Okla not England!
  5. tootsie in Pacific
    When I lived in England, I found their casseroles were basically different from ours. We put the oddest things together and this casserole is a perfect example. Another would be corned beef hash with an egg on top. Well, when I made both of these for my then future inlaws, they thought they were delicious. Understand, it never changed the way they cooked, thank goodness, because I love the English food too.
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