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Jack Pot Casserole

By: Amish-Country Cookbook

Win the lottery with your family and make Jack Pot Casserole for supper tonight. Made with ground beef, cheese and noodles, this classic, easy casserole will become one of your favorites. Bring the comforts of home cooking into your home with this hearty meal.

  • 1 pound ground beef
  • 3 tablespoons butter
  • 1/4 cup onion
  • 1 can (11-ounces) tomato soup
  • 1 1/2 cup water
  • 1 can corn
  • 1/4 cup olives
  • 1 cup Cheddar or American cheese
  • 8 ounces macaroni noodles
  • salt and pepper, to taste
  • 2 cloves of garlic, minced
  • 1 teaspoon oregano
  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Cook noodles as directed on package.
  2. Cook the meat in butter, add onion and garlic, cook until golden brown. Drain off grease.
  3. Add tomato soup, water, and seasonings.  Cover and let simmer fo 5 minutes.
  4.  Combine everything in casserole dish and sprinkle cheese on top.
  5. Bake for 45 minutes.

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I think the recipe sounds good as is WITHOUT the addition of an entire teaspoon of oregano! But it's a matter of taste!

I have NEVER heard of cooking ground beef in butter. Yuck! Unless you use the 97% lean meat, you have plenty of fat to cook the onion and garlic in. I usually use the 93% and even it has enough fat to saute the veges along with the meat. Then you don't need to drain fat at all.

Many of your recipes call for Tomato Soup, BUT they do not state if one should add the water as many tomato soups today come condensed????? #2 When a recipe as this one is poorly written why in heaven's name do you publish it? Ever consider improving it prior to posting??

Many recipes call for a can of soup of one kind or another and I have NEVER heard of one that wants you to add additional liquid unless it is specifically listedin the recipe ingredients. Up until just a few years ago, all canned soups were condensed. So I'm pretty sure that the answer is NO, do not add water to the soup.

The recipe calls for 11/2 cups water

Hi bbets - Unfortunately we do not have the exact serving size for this recipe, however since it is cooked in a casserole dish, we would guess that this would easily serve 4-6 people. -Editors of RecipeLion

I definitely wouldn't cook my ground beef in butter. In fact I rinse my ground beef in hot water to get the fat off it before adding it to anything and this is a workable recipe with some minor changes.

how many will it serve?

People READ the recipe... it has all your answer's..just READ.. with your eyes open...

what about the noodles? are they cooked before you put them in the oven or you add them to the casserole dish uncooked?

"cook noodles as directed on package as stated in the directions/step 1.

Read the ingredients list..says chedder or american. You add the corn, etc where it says to combine everything into the dish...Read people.

i agree with the others...what kind of cheese??? This is a poorly written got me with "2 tablespoons fat"...what kind of fat there too??? Especially everything is going LO-fat these days!!! Well when I make it I'll just adjust it to the way I think it'll taste good...i'm usually right!! Hope so this time...i'm pretty sure it doesn't call for Blue Cheese!!!

what kind of cheese and when do you add it along with the corn and olives. can't cook without all the directions

When do you add the corn,olives and cheese ???

see step #4 under directions.

I would put a can of diced tomatoes and a small can of tomatoe sauce in the place of the tomato soup


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