Amish After-Church Casserole


Amish After-Church Casserole

Amish After-Church Casserole

This easy dump and go casserole recipe is similar to ones popular in Amish kitchens. Amish After-Church Casserole is so simple to make, only requires six ingredients, and is absolutely delicious! With ground beef, spaghetti, vegetables and cheese, this amazing Amish recipe is one the whole family will love. Plus, it can be easily doubled if you're feeding a crowd. Relax with this easy meal after church on Sunday, or any night of the week!

Cooking Time35 min

Cooking MethodCasserole, Oven, Skillet

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When you have limited time to prepare dinner on a busy weeknight, this recipe is for you. It is quick and easy, and since it includes peas, it isn't necessary to make a side dish. When making this, I would use lean ground beef, frozen peas, reduced sodium tomato juice, and reduced fat shredded cheddar cheese. Since the spaghetti will continue to cook in the pan, it should be drained while it is still undercooked to ensure that it will have a good consistency in the main dish.

Who would not love an easy recipe like this? It can even be doubled at the flip of a hat. With only six inexpensive ingredients, this will surely be one of those meals to prepare when expecting a crowd.

This recipe is kind of like a spin on baked spaghetti. Adding the peas make it a complete dish. Does the tomato juice simmer away? I do not care for soupy casseroles.

I used v8 as well, since I always have a bottle of it in my pantry and didn't want to make an extra trip to the grocery store just for tomato juice. I love to make simple homestyle recipes like this, since it doesn't require much complicated prep, and it uses everyday ingredients that I always seem to have on hand.

I have long made this and never knew it was an Amish recipe. For me, it was an old family recipe! Maybe I Amish in my family tree. The only thing I do different is I use V8 juice instead of tomato juice. I have not tried it with tomato juice, but I would bet the V8 gives it far more flavor. Either way it is a quick, easy recipe...and we always make enough for lots of left overs to take for lunch.

Amish food just like the Amish people are intriguing to me. So I was tempted to look at their food prep. This one is just like the usual spag we do. Here is the link to the recipe if you wanna try it. http// == ole/.

Unless you're buying pre-cooked spaghetti, this ain't a dump go recipe!


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