Hamburger and Green Bean Casserole

Hamburger and Green Bean Casserole

15 reviews, 3.7 star(s). 73% would make again

Ready in 1 hour

This dish is quick and easy to make and doesn't require extra seasoning (except for maybe fresh ground pepper when serving).

"Not bad with some adjustments. I cubed the potatoes and stirred them in with everything else. I also added some Worcestershire, black pepper and Franks Red Hot Sauce. That really gave it some flavor. Not too much Red sauce because I don't like it too hot. "


1 pound ground beef (95% lean)
3 tablespoons oil; (olive or vegetable)
1 14.5-oz can green beans with juice
3 russet potatoes; (peeled and sliced thin)
1 small white onion; (sliced thin) (optional)
1 can cream of mushroom soup; (can substitute cream of chicken)

Original recipe makes 4



In large skillet, break up and brown ground beef in oil until no longer pink. Set aside.

In large bowl, combine green beans (with juice), cream soup, and meat. Mix well.

Grease bottom and sides of 9 x 9 casserole dish.

Place sliced potatoes in bottom of greased dish, add layer of onions if desired. Cover with meat/bean/soup mixture.

Bake in 350 degree oven for approximately 45 to 60 minutes or until potatoes are done and dish is hot and bubbly throughout.

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I made mine with prepared instant potatoes and cream of celery soup
Britsnavy 6m ago

Had to make adjustments for lactose-intolerant family, so made my own 'cream of chicken soup.' Also topped with crispy onion topping and added S&P to taste and instead of slicing the potatoes I shredded them. Came out excellent and family loved it; great idea for using pantry and fridge staples.
homeschoolcook 9m ago

we all loved this dish!
uniqueheart 10m ago

It was good...comfort food for sure. Not a lot of flavor, but you can vamp it up to make it tastier.
TandaD 1y ago

Very bland- takes way too long to bake for the taste.
tlh403 1y ago

Used boxed scalloped potatos for potato. Mixed as directed and then poured meat/soup mixture on to and baked. Gave great flavor. Topped with Ritz crackers for last 10 minutes.
gboydston40 1y ago

Sorry , I forgot to rate with the stars, wonderful RECIPIE! I add grated cheese over the top at the last 20 min's. to melt and brown.i make this RECIPIE often! One of my favorites!
Buckeythe1 1y ago

Not a lot of flavor. Takes too long to bake.
Dickeyhome 3y ago

I used fresh steamed beans, added a small can of sliced mushrooms, and half an envelope onion soup mix. I will freeze single portions for my dad.
Nnposer 3y ago

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