Amish Casserole

Amish Casserole


Amish Casserole
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Amish Casserole is a family favorite ground beef casserole recipe from the recipe box of Amish cooks. The noodle and beef bake is comfort food at its finest. With ingredients like sour cream, cottage cheese, ground beef, pizza sauce, and egg noodles, you simply can't go wrong. The cheese makes it creamy and basil and oregano add flavor, making it one of the best casserole recipes around. The whole family is sure to go back for seconds, and maybe thirds!


Cooking Time1 hr

Cooking MethodCasserole

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This sounds like a casserole that I would really enjoy eating. It is easy to prepare and everyone will go for seconds. To make this a healthier version, I would use lite sour cream. Also, to lower the amount of sodium, I would use unsalted tomato sauce and add extra seasonings, instead of a jar of pizza sauce. Since the casserole will be baking for approximately one hour, the egg noodles should be drained before they are completely done to ensure they are a good consistency.

I think I'd like to try this. I might tweak it a bit. I'm not a fan of cottage cheese. I wish there had been mention of the Amish source for the recipe. It may sound silly but I like reading novels about the Amish and the food mentioned in them is interesting to me. I think it would be kind of fun to have a meal of Amish foods. Have any of you done that?

I wish these recipes had the calorie & sodium counts - they are all so good. Thank You

Everything I have made is always so tasty, but I'm sure if we had the calorie count & most important the sodium count would be so helpful. Thank You

Lolz, my Amish grandma ALWAYS had her homemade pizza sauce on hand (30 years ago!). She canned it in pint jars--the perfect size for pizza night! In fact, I still have her recipe.

I grew up in Lancaster, Pa - the heart of the Amish country. I find it hard to believe that an Amish woman would have a jar of "pizza sauce" in her pantry. Tomato sauce, probably home made, yes, but not pizza sauce. I have been gone for a long time, so maybe the Amish have become more "worldly"


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