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Biscuit-Topped Tomato-Beef Bake

Biscuit-Topped Tomato-Beef Bake recipe
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This quick and easy casserole is made with ground beef and tomato soup, and baked with cheesy biscuits on top.
time
prep:
25 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
4 servings, 2 cups each
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posted:
5/17/2010
Added 1 can corn, 1 can kidney beans, 1.5tbsp Italian seasoning, 1/2 tbsp garlic powder. Would also add an extra onion next time. All that made more than enough "filling" for the biscuit -- could even have added more biscuits. Very good, husband raved and daughter consumed. :)
posted:
3/8/2010
I'm glad I read the reviews before making this recipe because after mixing the base ingredients, this dish looked awfully bland. I added a regular-sized can of Italian-seasoned tomatoes and approximately one tablespoon of Italian seasoning. The ground beef I added also had some Italian seasoning (from a previous meal). I skipped the Worcestershire sauce on accident, but it tasted just fine without it. I can see how some felt there was too much bread, but I prefer more bread than meat. If you like more meat, I'd add an additional half to one pound of beef. This tasted great as leftovers, too. I will undoubtedly make this again!
posted:
1/16/2010
I took heed of some of the other reviews as well. I used twice the called for meat. Instead of condensed tomato soup, I used a can of Italian-seasoned tomato sauce. I also added half a cup of frozen mixed veggies to round out the meal a bit. It smelled great cooking and was very tasty. My husband is picky and he went for seconds. I would make this again.
posted:
1/10/2010
I followed the advice of other reviews and spiced up the beef mixture but it was still too much bread and too little flavourless meat. It was not a hit with the family and I wouldn't make it again.
posted:
11/10/2009
Way too much bread for my household. I'd try this again but double the meat/sauce portion of it...
posted:
11/2/2009
I wasn't very excited about this while I was making it but it turned out to be pretty good.
posted:
10/26/2009
As with most people I made this recipe with a few alterations. I had leftover onions and scallions so I added them in. I also added black pepper and one can of Italian seasoned diced tomatoes and one regular can. Yes, make more of the beef mixture; there is far less of that than the biscuit topping. Altogether this is a good starting point and you can add seasoning or flavor as you like. It was a good way to get my boyfriend to eat vegetables even if he didn't want to :)
posted:
9/17/2009
I made this recipe for dinner tonight and I thought it was pretty good. If I make it again I will double the meat because there was too much biscuit and not enough meat. I also left out the onion in the biscuits b/c my family doesn't really like onions and I added worcestershire to the meat as recomended.
posted:
8/27/2009
Very tasty but I would recommend using double the amount of hamburger, otherwise there is too much biscuit on top.
posted:
8/12/2009
This was very bland & had way too much biscuit topping. My family wasn't impressed.
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