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Beef-Vegetable Skillet Bake

Beef-Vegetable Skillet Bake recipe
photo by:kraft
Give chicken the night off with this beef and vegetable skillet bake. The packaged crescent roll dough simplifies prep and makes an impressive crust.
30 min
45 min
4 servings
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It wsa pretty easy, and delicious..
Easy and good. Family was very happy with this dish.
This worked well with what I had on hand in my kitchen. I also doubled it, and froze the 2nd portion to put crescent rolls on for baking later. When browning the meat I added some celery salt, garlic powder, cayenne pepper, and Worcestershire sauce for some extra flavor. Then I also included green pepper and fresh garlic with the veggies. Added some chicken broth a couple of times along the way to help the veggies cook. And didn't have Velveeta, but used American cheese slices and some shredded tex mex cheese. My husband and I both loved this, and we're looking forward to the leftovers!
I've made this a couple times. I don't like to buy velvetta cheese since I can only find them in a huge block so I had planned to use regular cheese the last time I made this. I was out and ended up using left over cheese dip. Not too healthy but it was pretty good lol.
Next time I will make this with chicken its not that great wit beef.
Tasted great and was perfect on a cold winter day.
I made this as a chicken pot pie alternative since the hubs hates chicken. I used stew meat and a veggie medley. I also added a little garlic salt. It was GREAT!!! Will be making this one again!!
I love this recipe and so does my family! Its quick, easy and sooo yummy! I never follow the directions exactly, just throw whatever vegies, meat and cheese I have on hand into the skillet and then pour into round cake pan. I always cook it a little extra to get the rolls extra crispy (on this it's nice to have the crunch), and I try to cover the entire pan with them as compared to the picture where there are gaps between each. This is GREAT left over too!!
The whole family loved it. My usually very picky daughter thought it was delicious. Terrific one dish kind of meal.
It was really good but I didn't use the mushrooms because I don't like them that much. However, I did use the cream of mushroom soup and switched the ground beef for beef tip's. Next time I will probably use cream of celery instead.
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