Beef ‘n’ Biscuit Bake
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Amazing as I & my significant oth agreed. So easy, quick for a late night meal. I had thawed diced beef, so I used that. No Tom soup, so used Tom sauce ( sm can), added Colby-jack cheese. Will make this again! Thank you.
Very easy and yummy dish. I did substitute grated cheddar for the velveeta.
This was surprisingly yummy!! My family loved it!
I will make this again.. I liked the idea of adding sweet pepper Will try that the ext time I make it.
Easy! Quick and taste great the next day. Used Pillsbury butter tasting biscuits and they did not get hard.
Needs a lot of help. Spices etc. will try again but change a lot !!
This was excellent - I made it for dinner tonight and it was a hit! I used frozen corn, thawed, and added 1/4 cup of minced sweet red and green peppers. I also substituted white Pepper Jack cheese for the processed cheese (I'm allergic to Annatto, the yellow food dye used in many cheeses and too many other food products). After baking, I did need to flip the biscuits over onto a baking sheet for 5 more minutes to bake them through. I will definitely be making this again. Thank you for this recipe, Erin!
I make a similar casserole, but I use Picante sauce, I can tomato sauce, garlic powder and chili powder, and a little sugar, instead of the tomato soup. After I put the meat, corn, and sauces into casserole dish, I use shredded sharp or extra-sharp cheese, over the top. I then cut biscuits in half, dredge in melted butter and roll in a mixture of cornmeal, garlic powder, and paprika. I lay the biscuits around the edges and use the remaining biscuits to make a flower pattern in the center. I bake at 375 deg. F, for15 to 20 min. or until biscuits are brown. I have made this for church functions many times. There is never any left!
Very bland, little flavor, and the biscuits weren't done.
We're empty nesters. so would try making *half* a dish. Also would not use chili power, but perhaps basil/oregano. Like another reader mentioned, will bake homemade biscuits separate.