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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:
11/3/2010
I've made this twice in the past month. The first time I used ground beef and Cream of Mushroom soup. The second time I used lean ground turkey and Cream of Celery soup. Both versions were very good, but we liked the second version better. I also went to town and used a whole bag of tater tots and a whole bag of Birds Eye mixed veggies. I baked everything in a large Rachael Ray bubble 'n brown casserole dish and it turned out great. This recipe is a new family favorite!
posted:
10/22/2010
This is a great and easy classic recipe.
posted:
10/21/2010
Sooooo good!! Make sure to season the meat! Cream of mush tastes great, so does cream of chicken!
posted:
10/21/2010
Another thumbs up! My family loved it.
posted:
10/19/2010
This is a MAJOR hit with my 3 year old, and my husband. SO easy, very tasty, and homemade (always a plus!).
posted:
10/18/2010
It looked like fun with the tater tots, but it's really just a version of Shepherd's Pie, and not that great a version. We'll stick with a traditional style in the future.
posted:
10/18/2010
I used fresh sliced mushrooms, onions, peas and garlic. Was excellent!
posted:
10/17/2010
Great recipe. I was never a big fan of "tots" before making this, but my husband & I both love this. All the ingredients are basic pantry/freezer staples so it easy to whip up especially if you work as team- it can be in the oven in no time!
posted:
10/13/2010
I made the recipe without even realizing it but I used shredded beef roast instead of ground beef and alfredo sauce instead of the soup. It turned out really good.
posted:
10/13/2010
I used to make this alot, but one time we used brown gravy and loved it even more. Cook the burger with salt pepper onion powder and then 2 or 3 of the packets of brown gravy with a cup of water each in with burger. Put it in the casserole dish, throw in half a bag of frozen peas or a can of green beans, top with taters and bake till done.
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