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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:
10/19/2006
This was ok, instead of making "biscuits" with the bisquick, I just spread it over top, maybe cooked it a little longer to make sure it was done in the middle. I don't know if I would make it again, maybe if it was time for a change.
posted:
10/17/2006
Good, but a little too much biscuit on top and not enough meat filling. Next time I will reduce the biscuit topping and add green beans to the meat mixture.
posted:
10/5/2006
My husband and I loved this! I added garlic, chili powder, and worcestershire. I also took others advice and went sparingly with the biscuit mix. very good!!! will make again!
posted:
9/27/2006
My husband and I thought this was reminiscent of a shepherd's pie our mothers were fond of making. (It added green beans to the beef mixture and used mashed potatoes instead of biscuits.) So, this recipe was comfort food for us and we both enjoyed it. I'm sure I'll be making both this and the shepherd's pie again.
posted:
9/26/2006
I had read the reviews first so seasoned accordingly - added garlic when browning the meat & further seasoned with taco seasoning, the worcestershire sauce & a pinch of chili powder. I used the biscuit topping sparingly so the meat was not overpowered. Also tried substituting cornbread mix for the biscuit mix, and found that matched well with the additional spices.
posted:
9/26/2006
My husband and children truly enjoyed this meal. I added basil, worcestershire sauce, and season all to the meat mixture.
posted:
9/22/2006
I did not have tomato soup, but I had Italian style diced tomatoes, I added those with the juices and 1/2 cup red wine, to the hamburger. I also did not drain, I reduced a little and used all the juices. Very yummy this way!! I also seasoned the hamburger meat with garlic, salt and pepper.
posted:
9/12/2006
This was a decent meal. My boyfriend who doesn't usually like beef ate it and said it was "alright." I somehow ended up with way more biscuit than meat mixture. Others who have said that it was a little bland were right. I did add the Worcestershire sauce like the recipe suggested. Overall it was pretty good, but I don't know that I would make it again.
posted:
9/8/2006
This dish was very easy, and good. It was a little bland, I suggest adding spices of your own liking, the recipe doesn't call for any. Also if you have five or more in your family, especially boys, you will need to double or triple this recipe, it just doesn't make much
posted:
8/29/2006
Pretty good dinner. tasted very nice. i did leave out the onions and doubled the tomato soup. will definately make again. was a breeze to put together.
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