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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Tatertot Casserole {+ Red Flame Seasoning}

I revamped a recipe from a Foxboro Ward cookbook and made it my own. This casserole is super easy to make, and a good stand-alone meal with a piece of bread to dab it up with. I think this is a good husband dish for all those meat-and-potato] fellas out there.

tatertots (how much is up to you)
red potatoes, quartered (how much is up to you)
can of green beans
1 lb ground beef, seasoned (I suggest Red Flame Seasoning Salt)
1 can cream of mushroom soup
minced onion (I use the dry minced onion - how much is up to you)
1.5 cups cheddar cheese

Brown ground beef in a large skillet with onions, add desired seasonings. Combine the rest of the ingredients in with the browned beef. Stir to mix, then heat. Spoon entire heated mixture into a 9x13 pan. Top with cheddar cheese. Cook for 45 minutes at 375 degrees.

{Red Flame Seasoning Salt}
I got this new seasoning salt by Red Flame that is my new favorite thing, so I have to share. I loooove this seasoning. I just barely got it but have used it on three dinners already. I mixed it in with my spaghetti sauce a few nights ago (it did wonders for it), used about 1 Tbsp on my Goulash last night . . . Y-U-M-M-Y, then of course, used it with my tasty Tatertot Casserole. You can purchase this amazing seasoning salt through Staci Jackson (one of our cooks!) for cheap cheap. Everyone needs this in their spice cupboard. Love it. Thanks Staci!!

(I'll have Staci post more about it just in case you're interested.)


Heather said...

I just tried the Candy Chicken and the Fried Rice from Ariel and loved both of them. Look forward to hearing more about the Red Flame Seasoning.

Gina Louise said...

I know, wasn't that Seasame Candy Chicken to die for? Loved it.

ariel said...

i can't take credit for the fried rice, but i'm glad you liked the candy chicken!