Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Tuesdays Casseroles

Hello friends and happy Tuesday. Let's get right to the next casserole entries, shall we?

 The first one for today was sent in by Alison and is a delicious version of Chicken Pot Pie that she found on 'The Chew' TV show.

Here's what Alison has to say:  It's a bit complicated and time-consuming. I don't make the garnishes. But it's absolutely the best, yummiest, creamiest, most decadent chicken pot pie I've ever made. The crust, which is made separately from the filling and baked in the oven almost like cookies, is to die for.

 Well now, that description convinces me that it's good. So here is the link for this yummy recipe.

Thanks Alison for your entry.

Here we have Katie's entry 'Frank 'n' Bean Biscuit Casserole that she got from a Pillsbury Bake Off magazine years ago, she even saved the photo...how fun is that!?


Katie tells us that her Hubby is the one that offers up this recipe and adds that it is a big hit with the Grand Kiddos.

Here it is:

2 tablespoons butter or margarine
cup chopped onion or 2 tablespoons dried minced onion
cup chopped green bell pepper
lb hot dogs, sliced
cup chili sauce
cup ketchup
to 2 tablespoons packed brown sugar, if desired
can (15 oz) baked beans or pork and beans, undrained
can (7.5 oz) Pillsbury® refrigerated buttermilk or Country® biscuits
cup shredded Cheddar cheese (3 oz)
cup corn chips, crushed
tablespoons grated Romano or Parmesan cheese
  1. Heat oven to 375°F. In 10-inch skillet, melt 1 tablespoon of the butter over medium-high heat. Add onion and bell pepper; cook and stir until tender.
  2. Add hot dogs, chili sauce, ketchup, brown sugar and beans; stir gently to mix. Reduce heat; simmer 2 minutes. Spoon hot mixture into ungreased 11x7- or 12x8-inch (2-quart) glass baking dish.
  3. Separate dough into 10 biscuits. Separate each biscuit into 2 layers. Arrange 10 biscuit layers over hot beef mixture. Sprinkle with Cheddar cheese. Arrange remaining biscuit layers on top to cover.
  4. In small bowl, mix corn chips and Romano cheese. Sprinkle over biscuits. Dot with remaining tablespoon butter.
  5. Bake 20 to 25 minutes or until biscuits are golden brown.
Makes 8 servings

I can see why this would be such a hit!

Thanks Katie for sharing this fun, vintage recipe!


I hope you all are enjoying our casserole week and there is still plenty of time for you to send one in too.

See you all tomorrow!  xo


Sandra said...

Enjoying the casserole week :) These look good too.

Vintage Home said...

oh my dont they sound yummy...I actually have some leftover roast beef i was going to do beef dip...but that casserole looks so fun...will do that!


prince snow farm said...

Yum. Casseroles are such homey fall food. Love them.

Lynn said...

Love the frank and beans! Kinda reminds me that I used to make something I called Mexicali Beany Weenies when I was a teenager:@)

Unknown said...

Amazing! I'm so hungry right now, too. These look delish.

Michelle said...

The biscuit casserole does look interesting!

camp and cottage living said...

Making me hungry!

vintage grey said...

Some yummy recipes!! xo Heather

ted and bunny said...

chicken pot pie...ha! I'll just go catch one (only joking HONEST!!!)

Decor To Adore said...

Oh that chicken pot pie....wish there was a taste button on the computer. :)