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Hamburger Casserole

 

But it is hearty and comforting, also traits of traditional Amish cooking.  Heavy, heart casseroles that feed a large family are favorites for Amish homemakers to prepare.  Casseroles are easy to assemble, there is usually plenty leftover for "seconds", and they also make great "carry-in" dishes to potluck and church suppers.  This particular casserole recipe, which comes from Elizabeth Coblentz, the original Amish Cook,  has become a favorite of my mother's to prepare.  HAMBURGER CASSEROLE

 

2 pounds of hamburger

1 /2 teaspoon salt

16 ounce can of tomato juice or equivalent homemade tomato juice

1 cup of cooked rice

1 /4 cup of chopped onion

3 /4 cup of chopped green pepper

1 tablespoon of chili powder

2 cups of shredded cheese

 

Cook hamburger and drain excess grease.  Mix cooked hamburger and the rest of ingredients together in a large casserole dish.  Save one cup of cheese to spread on top. Bake at 350 for 20 minutes.

 

 


LuvMaerz's picture
I used cooked rice

Ann,

 I made this recipe a few weeks back, and it was absolutely delicious!  I cooked the rice in advance (and used chicken broth instead of water to cook it) and it was just perfect. 

Hamburger Rice REcipe

Are you sure this is not uncooked rice?

 

Ann Bender

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