Ready in 45 minutes
Try this Create Your Own Casserole recipe, or contribute your own.
SOURCE: Mennonite Country-Style Recipes & Kitchen Secrets by Esther H. Shank, copyright 1987, ISBN #0-8361-3697-7. MM format by Ursula R. Taylor who got this from Sherry Pinamonti in the Feb. 1996 cookbook swap. This recipe was adapted by permission from The Richmond/Va./News Leader. With a variety of canned and packaged foods and a few leftovers in your refrigerator, you can create a casserole in minutes. Mix and match one ingredient from each category to suit your taste and supplies you have on hand. Choose selections that enhance each other. Layer all ingredients except topping in a greased 2 quart casserole dish, adding salt and other seasonings to taste. Bake at 350~ until hot thorugh for 20 to 25 minutes. Sprinkle on topping and bake until slightly browned - another 10 to 15 minutes longer. Posted to MM-Recipes Digest V3 #207 Date: Tue, 30 Jul 1996 07:25:29 PST From: email@example.com (julie l lewis)
eveworm28 2y ago
bonedi39 2y agoI used pasta for my starch layer. It got to dry baking. I would probably put soup on top of it to keep it most. Fun way to use up leftovers.
Noireze 2y ago
danielaessman 3y ago
KJunker282 3y agoClever to keep posted on the fridge, especially if the kids want to help.
nikollshear 3y ago
Ashleysims 3y agoDelicious!!!! I used chicken broccoli rice cream of chicken soup and French fried onions. So good!!!
kfdake 3y agoWas very good. I did chicken seasoned with lemon pepper, cream of celery with milk, can of peas, sweet potatoes, and topped with french onion topping
thisisoffal 3y agogreat guide for a quick and easy meal. dont add any extra milk, just the can of condensed soup, protein, starch and veg. it will come out perfect!
darkurth 3y agoAs recipes go, it works well. Was a little difficult working out the quantities of starch to protein etc. Casserole turned out more like a pie but it still tasted really nice. Good way of using up leftovers.