Amish Country Casserole
This Amish Country Casserole is the perfect way to get everything you need in one easy dinner idea. With pasta, lean ground beef and a thick creamy sauce that uses tomato soup and mushroom soup you're sure to go back for seconds. You'll want to use thick cream of soups, and only the best quality you can get as this is what gives the casserole recipe most of it's flavor. Casserole recipes are the ultimate in comfort food, always a good dinner idea and one that the whole family will love. This Amish Country Casserole is mouthwatering and sure to be added to your list of favorites.
When it comes to using ground beef, it's always a good idea to get ground beef that comes from happy cows. Free range grass fed beef ensures that the cows are not fed with corn or soy based diet. Free range beef is beef that has been raised on grass pasture. The cows have a diet full of nutrient-rich grasses and pasture forage. Hopefully, the cows have been able to get plenty of outdoor time to graze and get some fresh air. When you eat beef that comes from happy cows, you can feel better about what you eat.
The best thing about casserole recipe ideas is that there is no end to the recipes you can make. Casseroles are a great way to use up ingredients that you have in your fridge, and a nice way to enjoy a warm and comforting meal. A casserole recipe is a recipe that is typically cooked in a deep casserole dish or casserole pan in the oven and later served in the same dish for which it was cooked. Which is always nice when it comes to kitchen clean up, as you can also store leftovers in the pan that the casserole was baked. Casserole recipe usually includes some meat such as beef, chicken or fish possibly tuna, cut up vegetables of all kinds, a starchy binder such as potatoes, rice, pasta or flour and a crunchy often bread crumbs, cheesy topping. There are a wide variety of easy ground beef casserole recipes and easy casseroles to try as there are so many recipe variations to try. When cooking casseroles the liquids that are released from the meat and vegetables during the cooking of the casserole recipes, along with additional liquids being added such as stock, beer, wine, gin, cider, or vegetable juice. The combination of the liquid and the starch often makes for a creamy sauce or gravy in the easy casseroles. Casseroles are usually cooked slowly in the oven.
Easy casseroles can be cooked covered or uncovered. Cooking a casserole uncovered is the best way to achieve the crunchy topping that everyone loves. Casserole dishes can be enjoyed as main course or side dish recipes. Some of the best casseroles you will find include ragout, cassoulet recipes, hotpot, tajine recipes, moussaka (vegetarian and meat varieties), lasagna (meat or vegetarian), shepherd's pie ideas, gratin, rice, macaroni recipes and more. There is no shortage to the number of easy casseroles you will find from quick and easy casserole recipes, casserole recipes, the best casserole recipes, healthy casserole recipes, and so much more. Thank you to Mary at the "Sweet Little Bluebird" recipe site for sharing this easy ground beef casserole recipes idea for Amish Country Casserole. This is just one of the easy casseroles you will find on the site. On the site, you will also find cake ideas breakfast recipes, soup and salad, side dish, crock pot ideas, pizza ideas and many more. *
Nutrition Facts for: Amish Country Casserole from With A Blast
Ingredients: Pasta, olive oil, onion, lean ground beef, tomato soup, mushroom soup, milk salt, pepper, paprika, parsley.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings.* Per Serving: Calories 448, Calories from Fat 110, Total Fat 12.2g 19%, Saturated Fat 3.6g 18%, Cholesterol 132mg 44%, Sodium 569mg 24%, Potassium 649mg 19%, Carbohydrates 45.2g 15%, Dietary Fiber 0.9g 4%, Sugars 5.8g, Protein 38.0g, Vitamin A 5% , Vitamin C 11%, Calcium 6%, Iron 114%
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