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      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.

    • #425817

      sounds very good will try

    • #429453

      Browning my chuck now!

    • #429510

      we loved it!!!!!!! i added a can of hot rotell to it.thank you.

    • #429863
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      this reminds me of what we call cowboy stew, my son is a very picky eater but loves red beans and rice, so the next night we take the left over beans and sausage toss in browned ground beef (very lean normally chuck) tomato paste, corn and a touch of chili powder letting it simmer for about 30 minutes or simply reheating it in the crock pot. Serve as a stew or over rice.

    • #431885

      Really like your variation. Adding the corn and serving over rice sounds excellent. Thanks

    • #432259

      I’m making this recipe this week. I’ll be using a chuck roast I got on sale. My husband can’t eat beans so I’ll probably add a can or corn with rotel tomatoes and potatoes.

      Thank you for the recipe. I’m sure it will make my family very happy.

    • #436902

      Deefinitely trying this recipe tonight!!! Can’t wait.

    • #436909

      @rtebalt 126014 wrote:

      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!!

    • #445333

      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.

    • #445336
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      rtebalt…as usual, another good recipe… Sorry I missed it the first time around!

    • #449252

      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

    • #451726

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

    • #451794

      thanks for sharing was trying to figure out what to cook tonight for dinner sounds great!!!!!!!!!!

    • #451833

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

    • #451847

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

    • #455670

      This looks great thanks going to make it tonight!

    • #458979

      Sounds quick and easy… adding in some corn sounds like a great idea too. Thanks!

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