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Tater-Topped Casserole

Tater-Topped Casserole recipe
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Crispy bites of potato top this ground beef-and-veggie casserole. If you're looking for good ol' fashioned comfort food, this is it!
time
prep:
15 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
6 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
1/30/2012
This was delicious and so easy to make. My family all had 2nds. I modified it a little. I use all fresh vegetables; green beans, carrots, corn, peppers, and onions. I also used lean ground beef and fat free mushrooms soup. I highly recommend this recipe.
posted:
1/29/2012
Even my picky eater loved this! Delicious!
posted:
1/18/2012
I love this! It's good if you follow the recipe but it is also very customizable. I season the meat while cooking it and I prefer to use Cream of Chicken and Mushroom soup instead of just the Cream of Mushroom. I also don't use the "mixed veggies" because i don't like peas and cooked carrots. I usually sub green beans and corn instead and I mix them with the meat before putting it in the dish instead of layering them. It is a hit in my house and I highly recommend it.
posted:
1/16/2012
My whole family loves this! I have made some modifications though...I use a whole pound of frozen vegetables - I cup is pretty skimpy for the whole recipe. I also layer the meat, then vegetables and top those with the soup mixture - doesn't dry the vegetables out that way. My kids absolutely love this!
posted:
11/20/2011
Kids and Adults like this casserole!
posted:
11/16/2011
I am not a big fan of mushrooms so I substituted Philadelphia Savory garlic cooking sauce and it came out great. I will be making this one again.
posted:
11/15/2011
This recipe offers a good starting point for a tater tot casserole. To avoid the 'bland' factor I added 1 clove of minced garlic to the meat and onion mixture and I added 1TB of ketchup, 1TB of Worcestershire sauce and a few dashes of hot sauce. With these few extra touches it was a very quick and tasty supper option.
posted:
11/13/2011
If you live in the upper midwest you know this as tater tot hotdish. Have made it for years. I use a can of mixed veggies. Don't use the onion but onion and garlic powder when browning the hamburger. A little soy sauce in the milk and soup. Layer of tater tots to the bottom then a layer on top.
posted:
9/29/2011
I agree that it is a little bland, no one in my family raved about it- my 5 year old hasn't asked for it again, it was just ok in my book.
posted:
9/28/2011
This is quite the pleaser:) I used cream of potato instead, and it was quite delicious. The tots appeal to kids and the aroma appeals to adults.
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