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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:
11/14/2008
My family enjoyed this. I added kidney beans and canned tomatoes to give it some more umph. Very tasty though. I tiny bit dry. Next time I may adjust the ingredients that make up the sauce to have more.
posted:
10/28/2008
DELICIOUS! Upon reading other comments, however, I did add a few items. I sauteed some garlic with the onions, and I added a can of kidney beans and a can of diced tomatoes to the mix. It was delicious, and just fluffy enough-- not too dry.
posted:
9/30/2008
This was very god. I sued the pizza sauce as some of the others suggested. I added garlic to the meat and onions. Will make this again.
posted:
9/17/2008
I added the worchestershire sauce as recommened and also added 1/2 can canellini beans and 1/2 can diced tomatoes to the meat mixture. I used 1 1/2# ground beef and less onions - so good, even my 2 year old who NEVER eats meat liked it!
posted:
9/4/2008
We really like this. The cheese and green onions in the bread topping puts the taste of this dish over the top. I'm going to try to make the biscuit mix part of this recipe by itself as a side for a brunch.
posted:
7/1/2008
Recipe was great & minimal effort. Only thing I would change is add more meat & less baking mixture. But, all in all, I highly suggest!
posted:
6/13/2008
This meal was GREAT -- after being refrigerated. I tried it right out of the oven and wasn't a big fan... but I saved the leftovers anyway figuring I'd probably be too lazy to cook at some point during the week. When I decided to have it for dinner later in the week, I was amazed at how much better it tasted! Maybe it took a while for the beef to kind of soak up all the flavor - I'm not a practiced cook, so who knows. But I will definitely be making this again. I substituted the tomato soup for 1/2 pizza sauce and 1/2 pasta sauce. I'm not a big fan of onions, so I didn't put any of the green onion in and I left a little of the rest out.
posted:
4/11/2008
I read over the comments from others and made some of my own adjustments... I added corn and an all purpose seasoning, then topped it with a tube of crescent rolls. Delicious!
posted:
4/8/2008
I tried this recipe and looked at all of the other comments first. I decided to double the meat and I added some garlic pepper and salt. I also added a can of kidney beans. My kids LOVED it and wanted more the next day but there was none. LOL. My boyfriend liked it too, but thought it could use a little bit more spice. I am definitely keeping this one.
posted:
3/12/2008
This was a delicious dish that I made quickly for my son's family. My husband and I had some too. I added one can white beans. Instead of biscuit mix (which I didn't have) I used refrigerator big biscuits; just placed them on top, side by side. If your man likes bread with his meal, he will LOVE this.
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