Ground Beef-Spinach Casserole
Family-approved and perfect for potlucks, this ground beef-spinach casserole is easy to prepare and bursting with flavor.
This is a quick and delicious way to get kids to eat spinach! Ground beef and tomato sauce are layered in a casserole with spinach and mozzarella cheese.
This casserole is different. I don't know how else to describe it. I used fresh spinach rather than frozen and had to season it up quite a bit. It's not something I would make again but I can see some people liking it.
Loved it. I did make some changes. I added a teaspoon of dried basil, used 3 cloves of garlic and added that after cooking the beef and onions. If you saute garlic too long it gets bitter. I also cooked 1 cup of elbow macaroni and added that to give it a little more substance. My wife and I liked it a lot. Changes I would make in the future would be to use fresh mushrooms rather than canned and less hot sauce. (I added more than two dashes) It was flavorful enough and the Louisiana style hot sauce has a lot of vinegar which kind of made it more sour than I would like. Perhaps red pepper flakes instead of the hot sauce. This would also be good with cheddar instead of mozzarella cheese. I will make this again.
Solid weeknight dinner. I followed some of the suggestions made previously. I added macaroni. I used fresh spinach. I used fresh mushrooms. I made my own homemade cream of celery soup. I threw in some dried thyme and basil. I didn't have shredded mozzarella so I used mild cheddar.
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