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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!
15 min
1 hr
6 servings, 1 cup each
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When I first saw this recipe I thought it would be something the kids might enjoy, I didn't really think I would care for it. Well, I used the advice of another reviewer and added manwich to it before I put it in the oven. It tasted great! My husband has asked that I make this again. Try it with the manwich, you won't regret making this for a busy evening meal.
I made this casserole yesterday 11-1-08 and I thought it was tasty, the only thing I did not do was salt it because there was alot of salt in the tator-tots and my parents didn't the need extra salt anyway ( frozen pre-package). The only thing I would change is I would put a little seasoning in the mixture layers. I will try it again next time without the cheese and maybe a different kind of meat. I liked it and it was yummy, it is good dish to have when it is cold outside and you want a warm fill me up dinner...this it the one lol.
My kids each had two helpings and my daughter asked when I can make it again. I did make two changes, I used cream of chicken soup and just peas for the veggie. This is a keeper!
This recipe was OK. I seasoned the beef with salt and pepper and cooked in EVOO. Also seasoned the soup/ milk mixture. Very bland. Needed seasoning once it was done as well.
This recipe was very easy and tasted delicious! It is a good quick meal for a week night after work!
My family loved this recipe. I've made it several times. I recently made a turkey for dinner and then used the left over turkey instead of ground beef and used cream of chicken soup - it was just as tasty as with the beef!!
Quick and easy and they get their veg!!
This was good, not great. The mushroom soup gives the beef an odd color. I would def add more cheese, too. Maybe on top. I couldn't taste the cheese at all. But it was good and even my toddler ate it. Although I had to keep my husband from picking all of the tater tots off the top. :)
This simple recipe was a welcome aroma to come home to! I assembled the ingredients straight from the freezer & pantry in the morning & when I got home I popped it in for a really stress free dinner. Served it with a lettuce salad & twice baked sweet potatoes from this month's Food & Family magazine. It was great!
I subsituted the cream of mushroom soup with cream of chicken. We also picked out the lima beans from the mixed veggies as neither my son nor I like their bland taste. The casserole was easy to prepare & we both LOVED the taste! Next time, I'm going to try this recipe with a can of cheese sauce.
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