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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Quote Originally Posted by rtebalt View Post
      Cowboy Casserole

      1 onion, chopped
      1 1/2 pound ground chuck, browned and drained
      6 medium potatoes, sliced
      1 can red beans
      1 (8 ounce) can tomatoes mixed with 2 tablespoons flour or 1 can tomato soup
      Salt and pepper and garlic to taste

      Put chopped onion in the bottom of the crock pot; layer with browned ground beef, sliced potatoes and beans. Spread tomatoes or soup over all. Sprinkle with seasonings as desired. Cover and cook on LOW for 7 to 9 hours.
      Serves 4 to 6.
      Gonna incorporate this into my menu plan in a few weeks.
      Thanks for sharing!!
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      My Goodness, this cowboy casserole sound delicious! I come from Cowboy Country in Colorado, and I've never had cowboy before. sounds yummy AND economical! MmmmMM.
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      rtebalt...as usual, another good recipe... Sorry I missed it the first time around!
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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Does anyone know, would it work to get this ready ahead of time but put it all in a freezer bag and then just dump it in? I don't know how the tomatoes or the beans would do in the freezer.

      Thanks!

      Valerie
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Hmm this sounds good, adding to my crock pot recipe list in my binder , thank you
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Thanks for sharing was trying to figure out what to cook tonight for Dinner Sounds Great!!!!!!!!!!
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Thank You all for your comments and glad you like it... my boys love it when I fix it.
       

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      Default Re: Cowboy Casserole

      Thank you I think you will like it my boys love it!!!!
       

     

     
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