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Taste The Flavors Of The 1950’s With this Hamburger Casserole Recipe
Creamed corn and cheese are unexpected additions that add delicious flavor and texture to this easy casserole recipe. If you’re in search of a new and easy casserole recipe, look no further than Vintage 1950s Hamburger Casserole. This casserole is easy to prepare and will amaze you with its unique blend of ingredients. I know it sure did me! I wasn’t expecting such a flavorful dish to come from the 1950s but it sure did in the form of this hamburger casserole. Talk about a tasty meal!
This casserole reminded me a lot of goulash. That’s probably why I chose to leave the creamed corn out of the mix. Oh, and the fact that I hate creamed corn probably had something to do with it, too.
Feel free toe experiment with the ingredients in this casserole if you want. I wouldn’t change too many things around though if you are looking to sample a dish from the 1950s. I think my grandma used to make this casserole quite often and then my mother would also make it for weeknight dinners. I think it is pretty darn tasty 🙂
Recipe courtesy of Group Recipes.
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Quick Tip: You may leave the creamed corn and cheese out of this recipe if you prefer.