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Quick-Fix Beef and Rice

Quick-Fix Beef and Rice recipe
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How quick is this creamy ground beef and rice casserole? Just 5 minutes to prep and half an hour until it's ready to serve.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings
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posted:
2/1/2007
It was better than I thought it would be. I might try mushroom soup next time.
posted:
1/17/2007
It was alright.. i like it better with potatos!!
posted:
11/27/2006
This recipe was so easy and good...but i thought it needed something...so I diced up a clove of garlic and added it to the soup......It was perfect!!!! We all thought it was so good!!! The garlic really added some zing to it!!!!
posted:
11/22/2006
I was checking out the menu for this week and read the comments posted for this recipe. It sounds a little bland, my family is not big on peas either, especially frozen ones. I cook a similar recipe that mixes a can of tomato soup, and a can of cut green beans in with the beef. Then, instead of rice, use already prepared instant mashed potatoes and cover with cheddar. Bake for 20-30 minutes. The potatoes turn orange when you get it on your plate, so it doesn't always look appealing, but it is very good, I've never met a kid who didn't like it once they tasted it, even the REALLY picky ones!
posted:
11/21/2006
OUR HOUSE 'hates' PEAS. HAS ANYONE USED BROCOLI FLOWERETTES OR FROZEN CORN? FROM OTHER REVEIWS I WOULD "spice" IT UP A BIT. EITHER FULL CAN TOMATO SOUP no WATER OR A CAN >12oz. CHOPPED TOMATOS. ANY OTHER IDEAS???????????????? thanks>>>>> NO PEAS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
posted:
11/20/2006
After reading other reviews and then making and tasting this recipie for myself, I would absolutely agree with the need to spice it up a bit. As is it is OK. My family ate it without complaint. Next time I will make my rice with some beef boulion to add some flavor.
posted:
10/26/2006
The reason I would make this recipe again is because I would make it differently, the suggestion for adding ketchup is close. I would add a can of tomato soup, no liquid, worcestershire, and garlic powder or salt to the meat mixture rather than trying to confuse the meat flavor with too many spices or sauces.
posted:
10/23/2006
I substituted ground turkey for the ground beef & added extra spices. My family loved it!! I will definatlly make this one again!
posted:
10/11/2006
I added a TON of different spices,seasonings...it was still overall, a very bland meal. My family has vetoes this one on the "remake" list.
posted:
10/10/2006
Very easy and tasty. I've made this several times. This has become a standy by at our house for a tasty quick entree that uses just a few common ingredients and a dish that can be quickly prepared. I use low fat soup, ground beef, milk and cheese instead.Usually serve with side salad and fruit or dessert. Even the grandchildren liked it.
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