Tuesday, August 05, 2008


Today's recipe is one of my old standbys. It's quick and easy, and good old comfort food.

Tator Tot Casserole

1 lb ground beef browned (I season with salt & pepper, minced onion, and grill seasoning.)
2 cans cream of chicken soup or 1 can cream of chicken and 1 can cream of mushroom (pretty much just whatever is in your cupboard)
1 can green beans drained
1 package brown gravy mix
1 bag frozen tator tots
1 - 2 c. shredded cheddar cheese

Brown the hamburger. In a casserole dish pour the green beans in bottom, spread hamburger on top, pour one can of cream soup over, sprinkle gravy mix over soup, add layer of tator tots, pour second can of soup over tator tots, top the whole thing off with shredded cheese. Cover and bake at 375 degrees until hot and bubbly about 30-40 minutes.

****If you have a tried and true recipe you'd be willing to share, leave a comment here with the recipe title and post the recipe on your blog so we can all check it out. Thanks for playing; the more the merrier! ****


stevie kay said...

Cute new blog design! Tomato-Basil Pizza.

Miki said...

Ahhhhhh...one I finally know, from you! Goooood one.

Lisa said...

bruschetta chicken bake = very easy

Deanna said...

Very cute blog! I heard Primary was a treat!

Jewelle said...

Love the blog design! An amazing dip!

Torman said...

shepherds pie give it a try! :) Hee he!!

"The Queen in Residence" said...

Better late then never - Steak Dunigan. Give it a go it is better than a vegimite sandwich.

I love the new layout - way too cute.

Jennifer P. said...

You might be a Mormon if....

Tater Tot casserole is on your list of dinner stand-by's :)

I know I always come in here making jokes on try it Tuesday and never leaving any recipes!

Here's one I made just last night though---super easy:

Pumpkin Pie Cobbler
*1 can pumpkin pie mix
*2 eggs
*1/2 can evaporated milk

Beat together. Pour into a 9x13 pan. Sprinkle one box of yellow cake mix (still dry) over the top and dot with a stick of butter cut into cubes. Bake at 375 for 45 minutes. Werve with whip cream.

Yum-o! Especially when it's not even fall yet :)!

Jennifer P. said...

And I love your blog design too---the green and orange look great together!

Keys to the Magic Travel said...

Do you think I'll ever remember try-it Tuesday?

I bet my kids would love that. They love tater tots. Which is why we always end up at Sonic...