Jan 20, 2010

Tater-Tot Casserole

Sometimes you just need the extreme comfort of a good, easy to throw together, casserole.
This one fits the bill!
It's super-easy to make.
And even easier to eat!

I have never found a man who didn't inhale this dish!

Tater-Tot Casserole
SERVES 4

  • 1 lb lean ground beef
  • 1/2 medium onion, chopped
  • 1 (10 1/2 ounce) can condensed cream of celery or cream of chicken soup (undiluted)
  • 1 16oz package frozen tater tots
  • 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
  • salt & pepper
  1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees.
  2. Brown ground beef. season with salt & pepper.
  3. Add chopped onion, cook until tender.
  4. In a casserole dish, combine ground beef mixture & cream soup.
  5. Top mixture with tater tots.
  6. Bake , uncovered, for 30-40 minutes till bubbly and Tots are golden brown.
  7. remove from oven & top with cheese, return to oven until melted.
  8. Enjoy!
TIPS -
This casserole freezes great!
Just put it together then freeze until ready to bake. (adjust cooking times accordingly)

I always double or triple this one! It re-heats beautifully!




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163 comments:

  1. My husband LOVES tater-tot casserole! I don't make it that often though b/c it's pretty darn fattening. My sister made hers last week with green peppers and said it was a nice addition.

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    1. I msde some recently but I used leftover msnwich mix, tots and cheese.

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    2. What would be a good side dish for this meal?

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    3. Green beans or broccoli pair well as sides. I add frozen peas, chopped celery & chopped carrots to this as well.

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  2. We love this! I've been making it for years and my family loves it. In fact whenever we go visit my husbands brother he asks me to make it for him. You pics look sooo yummy!! Now I'm hungry! :o)

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  3. Yum! One of my favorites from childhood. Its good with soy beef or tempeh+mushrooms also...

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  4. I am bookmarking this! I always have ground beef on hand for my boyfriend since he won't eat anything besides the B's (Beef and bacon) and he would love this. Yum!

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  5. OMG....this looks soooooo good.....love it and will make it soon.

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  7. I have heard of this casserole many times and decided I'm ready to make it! You had one of the best , yummiest looking pics! I'm making it 2nite!

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  8. I have never tried making this one. It looks delicious and pretty easy.

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  9. I can see this is a complete recipe because all ingredients it has are really nutritive, actually it seems like a granola bar.m10m

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  10. Hello,
    This is nice recipe found here... Its very interesting. thanks for the share.....

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  11. Wow! Its looking awesome.... Really its an interesting informative blog post here.... Keep posting such an amazing blog post.

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  12. Hello,
    This is an interesting blog post found here..... Its an amazing blog post here. Thanks a lot for sharing.

    Thanks!

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  13. It sounds like our recipes are incredibly similar, but I also add some bacon pieces to the cooked ground beef, as well as a can of french style green beans to the mixture. :)

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  14. That looks delicious and seems easy to make. I will try it out for sure. I am excitd to see more of your recipe's.

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  15. make it with ground turkey and 2 % cheese and 98% Fat free cream of mushroom/celery soup and it's not nearly as calorie crazy or fattening... but still JUST as tasty. I swear.

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  16. I made this last night. It was AMAZING!! I love it. Thank you for sharing!

    Chrissy @ ForMamas

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  17. Making this tonight - everyone in my house is excited.

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  18. This shit looks disgusting. My mother always told me -the first impression is the most important in life- and when we are talking about food, I think that phrase should be used too... but I guess you disagree because this dish looks T-E-R-R-I-B-L-E.

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    1. THE LANGUAGE YOU USED IS NOT NECESSARY!!!!

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    2. Yep, you can't force people to have class!! How about using a little tact in your comments, kamagra??

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    3. Totally uncalled for and unnecessary, buddy. I am sure your mother might also have told you that when you don't have anything nice to say, then don't say it...

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    4. Good grief kamagra! Your mother may have taught you about first impressions, but its pretty clear she didn't do too well in teaching you manners! Shame on you and grow up!

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    5. If you don't have anything nice to say keep your mouth shut.

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    6. My hubby always says "I don't care what it looks like, as long as it tastes good." Well said, hubby...well said.

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    7. Then you do not have to try this one.

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    8. I have often found with food that if it looks bad it is probably delicious.

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    9. That was completely out of order. From the first impression of you by reading your post you learned nothing from your mother!! My mom always said if you have nothing nice to say don't say anything at all. Try using that in your life....!

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    10. Obviously you did not learn from your mother...
      you just made a bad first impression.

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  19. Your mother is right, the first impression is the most important. The first impression that the people reading this blog have of you is likely that you are rude and lacking character. If you don't like the look of something, don't make it! What made you think it was a good idea to leave that comment?

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    1. Well said Melanie...

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    2. I agree, Melanie. Some people and their lack of basic decency amaze me. I for one, am making this as I type and think it looks fantastic.

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    3. No kidding! First impressions say alot! Rude and Obnoxious is the first impression I got of "kamagra". Apparently you didn't listen very well to your mother! How about this one from my mother, "if you don't have anything nice to say, just keep your mouth shut and move on!"

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    4. Melanie, that's nothing but the TRUTH!!!

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    5. Just because you "can", doesn't mean you "should". The truth can be spoken in an unoffensive way. Sadly, there are people in this world who have no clue how to be respectful!

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    6. jeeze we are only talking about food, leave the rude talk for somewhere else. And I think it looks good and am making it to night!!!

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    7. You kiss your mom with that mouth!

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  20. Its really a wonderful post. Keep it up.

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  21. I have been making this for years and it is yummy! your picture is so tempting....

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  22. Is there rice in this dish? I thought I saw it in the pic but there is none in the recipe. Wondering????

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    1. That is the inside of the tater tot that has broken apart. I thought the same thing at first.

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  23. @ Carpenter Family~ There is no rice in the dish it is the inside of the tater tots you are seeing in the picture.

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  24. We make something similar to this but add grren beans to the hamburger mix! Very good!

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  25. I am great fan of your blog.Every time i come here i see something very new.

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  26. I seem to have seen this same recipe and photo on someone elses blog.

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  27. Yeah,
    Lots of people have linked to it, and It might have even been on my personal Blog, The Homesteading Housewife. I've been posting this recipe for over 6 years.
    People are always asking me to re-post it.
    Enjoy!

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  28. From North Carolina, now living in South Africa and we don't have frozen tater tots here. Any suggestions on how to make with fresh potatoes?

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    1. Blairadise, I nuked 3 large potatoes until they were mostly done, about 10 min in my little microwave. I then let them cool for about 10-15 minutes, otherwise they are pretty painful to handle. Also, when you slice the potatoes they hold together better when cooled down some. I sliced the potatoes into about 1/4 inch thick medallions and layered them on top of the meat mixture. Then I brushed the potatoes with a bit of vegetable oil and seasoned with Lawry's seasoned salt. I didn't measure the Lawry's, I just sprinkled enough to tint the potatoes a bit. Then I baked it uncovered for 40 min, took it out and sprinkled some cheese on top, then baked another 10 min. The tops of the potatoes are nice and crispy on top, and tender in the middle. I like a lot of potatoes, so next time I may add 1 or 2 more of them. Very yummy!

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    2. Mashed potatoes work too. But then it would Shepards pie.

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  29. Blairadise, I would think boiling potatoes until semi cooked- then shredding them before adding them to the mix.

    Looks great. Saw it on Pinterest and had to come check out your blog. Love it!

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  30. What size casserole does this make?

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  31. Tara - I had wondered the same thing. I have it in the oven at the moment in a 9 X 13 and that seems fine.

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  32. Do you think that I could shred chicken instead of the beef? Advice or thoughts?

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  33. I use ground turkey (I can't remember the last time I even bought ground beef). Also frozen french cut green beans are great in it with cream of mushroom. If you mix a little pepper jack cheese in with the cheddar, it gives it some zing. Thanks for the starting point of a great meal.

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  34. Can you do both cream of mushroom, and cream of celery if you are doubling the recipe? Or does it make it taste weird...

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  35. what if you didn't have the cream of whatever soup what else could you use? Thanks

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    1. The first time I made it I didn't have the cream soup. I only had cream of potato. I added some milk because cream of potato is thicker. I know it's a lot of potato bunt added some frozen vegetables to the mix to off set all the potato. It turned out great!

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  36. We add 1/2 bag frozen (thawed) peas to ours. Grew up on this & it is still a popular & easy dish in our household.

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  37. This is a favorite in our house, the only thing we do different is use mushroom soup, and put shredded cheese on top of the meat then tator tots then bake, I also add what ever frozen veggies I have in with the hamburger mixture

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  38. Thanks a lot for this great information keep updating the blog.

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  39. I add green beans and mushrooms. YUMMY!!!7

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  40. I want to freeze this. Do you have to add time to your baking? I have never done the make ahead and freeze thing before.

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  41. Making this right now! It's in the oven and it smells SO good! My stomach is growling :)

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  42. We make this with cream of mushroom, I add a 7oz can of chopped green chilies to the meat mixture and top with pepper jack cheese. So yummy! This recipe is awesome because it can really be changed to suit lots of different tastes and can be made with low fat cheese, soup and ground turkey or chicken to make it lower in fat.

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    1. Cool additions, Kelli! May have to give them a try!! thanks :)

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  43. Could this be made with chicken? I'm not much of a beef person :)

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  44. I would use ground chicken or turkey, I think the texture of a shredded chicken would be strange in it.

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  45. In Minnesota we add corn and green beans and call it Tator Tot Hotdish!
    I also will use ground turkey and you can't tell the difference.

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  46. Made it tonight with ground chicken and carmelized the onions before mixing with the chicken and it is WONDERFUL... YUMMM!

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  47. Made this using cream of chicken soup and meatloaf mix (all I had in my freezer) and it was SOOOO good. My daughters had fun lining the tater tots on the top. The re-heated leftovers were yummy too!! Thank you.

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  48. What is a Tater Tot?

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  49. Tater Tots are shredded, deep fried potatoes we buy frozen and reheat in the oven. Yum!

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tater_Tots

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  50. Made this last night, and it was a hit. I doubled the batch, and lets just say it was all gone, and only 3 adults and one child were eating! Thanks for the great EASY recipe!

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  51. I am trying this for the first time. It looks and smells wonderful. A real meat and potatoes meal. Thank you for this blog!!

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  52. Thank you for this comfort food recipe.
    After all the Christmas celebrations, it will be nice to try a nice new recipe.

    Thanks for Sharing.!!

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  53. I make mine with sausage instead of the ground beef, and my family loves it!

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  54. Just tried it out on my family. They loved it! I did too, surprisingly, even though I'm not fond of tator tots. I added a little crumbled sausage to the hamburger meat. And being southern, I had to add a little melted butter! Really yummy! Just added it to my recipe book in the "family faves" section!

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  55. Made this last night! It was amazing! Even my boyfriend, who was a sceptic, really loved it! Thanks!

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  56. We had this casserole when I was growing up and we all loved it. Sometimes we would have a veggie (green beans or corn) between the meat mixture and tater tots.

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  57. Has anyone made it without the meat?? How is it as a side dish and do you have to alter the recipe to accomodate no meat? Really want to try this!

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  58. I just made it meatless. I used Mornigstair Grillers Crumbles. I didn't change the recipe except for two things. I only used 12 oz of 'meat' because that is the size of the package, and I sauteed the onions before adding the crumbles. Turned out great!

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  59. Just found this. Adding it to our menu rotation. Thanks.

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  60. thank you juxtapost.com for letting find the BEST tater tots on the web!

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  61. I always add some sour cream to mine........YUMMY!!

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  62. WHAT ABOUT ADDING EGGS AS A BREAKFAST DISH???

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    1. I actually have gotten a recipe off of pintrest that calls for 2 C milk with 4 eggs beaten and added over the meat cheese. my family loves it as a breakfast dish!

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  63. I always add a bag of frozen mixed veggies...so good(:

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  64. This looks like an all American, calorie laden, artery clogging meal. Make this tonight if you want heart failure!

    On the other hand, this looks freakin' delicious. Can't say I'd make it though, too fattening.

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    1. All good thing in moderation, darlin'!

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  65. Mine is in the oven and we are counting the minutes to get to add the cheese! I was looking for something cheesy! I added tri-colored peppers and cr. of mush soup. It is very similar to Cracker Barrels hashbrown casserole! YUM!

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  66. Just made this, it was wonderful!!

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  67. You can also make this substituting diced smoked sausage or kielbasa (I like the turkey smoked sausage) in place of the ground beef. Works great. Have never made this with ground beef but the recipe I have is the same except for the change in meat.

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  68. Hi, do you add water to the cream of chicken?

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  69. looks like booboo lol jk looks good .

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  70. Made this for supper tonight and my kids LOVED it!! I added a little green onion and worchestershire sauce to the ground beef while cooking...DELISH! Definitely making again!!

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  71. I made this tonight for my Bunco group. They LOVED it. It was a huge hit with my husband and his friend David. I will certainly make it again!

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  72. I just made this for my family. I was a bit nervous because I wanted to add veggies, but my daughter doesn't like English peas or green beans. So, I tried broccoli. It was a huge success! My daughter had a second helping! :)

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  73. This is better when you make the ground beef like taco meat with taco seasoningand some hot pepper cheese Thanks Gin

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  74. I have grown up with Tater Tot Cass., but made a little different; push raw beef into bottom of 13x9 baking pan, pour cream of Ck soup over and spread evenly, lay American Cheese slices over soup, then line up tater tots to cover cheese. Bake 1 hr at 350 and 15 mins @ 375.

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  75. They used to serve this without the cheese in juvie at least once a week.

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  76. Whenever I make this I always add a bag, sometimes two, of frozen mixed vegetables over the ground beef. Then pour cream of mushroom soup that's been mixed with a little heavy cream over the veggies/ground beef. Then put an entire bag of tater tots on top. Son delicious with the veggies!

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  77. I make this with the cheddar soup or if I want a little kick to it, I use the nacho soup from campbells. I also add a can of green beans on top of the meat/soup mixture and then add the tater tots.

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  78. I have made this casserole twice now...it is WONDERFUL...I had been looking for this recipe for a LONG time...I had eaten it back in 2003 and could not get the recipe...THANK YOU SO MUCH !!!! we love it...it is a go to meal..oh..brought some over to my daughter and oh my goodness...gone in no time flat...she loved it also...*****(five stars)

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  79. Made this and my husband devoured it! He kept going back to the stove for"just a little more". LOL

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  80. Delicious. Made it with ground turkey instead of ground beef. My two boys ate all of it....no leftovers for tomorrow!!!!

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  81. Yum. I am making this 5x and taking it to a freezer meal swap with my homeschool group. Can't wait!

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  82. This was delicious! I was afraid I wasn't going to be able to make this dish without all the preservatives, but I was able to find organic tater tots and ground beef without the presence of antibiotics and hormones. I love quick and easy dish that I can turn into quick and easy ORGANIC dishes :) Thank you for recipe. It's going into the recipe box!

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  83. The recipe says it only makes 4 servings, but this seems like a small amount for all the ingredients involved.... Is this correct? Only 4 servings?

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  84. ive got this cooking in the oven right now... i cant wait to try it! thanks for sharing.

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  85. I actually add a can of corn in with my Tater Tot Casserole. Its really good!

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  86. My family has been enjoying this TatorTot Casserole for years. For a change we also make it TexMex style sometimes with taco seasoned meat, chopped red and green bell peppers, Nacho cheese soup, and add a can of corn.

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  87. I make this a lot during the winter months (which is a lot, I live in the midwest)! I add a few things which always make people ask what I did to it--and my husband, who hates leftovers, takes it for lunch the next day! Brown the meat with onion, drain. Add 1 can cream of mushroom, 1 Tbsp Miracle Whip (fat free is ok), 2 Tbsp fat free sour cream, and 3-4 shakes of Worcestershire. Cook a small bag of mixed veggies (gr beans, corn, carrots, and peas) in micro according to pkg. Thaw a dinner plate full of tater tots in microwave. Then, start assembling: 1/2 the meat mixture, stick in some tater tots, then 1/2 the veggies, and a sprinkling of shredded cheese. Then last 1/2 of meat, remaining veggies, and rest of cheese. Top with frozen tater tots--if you have leftover "thawed" tots put those in the center (I like to sprinkle seasoned salt on top of them). Throw it in the oven and enjoy! Sometimes I add in celery to cook with the meat & onion.

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  88. Hi I'm from South Africa. What is Tater Tot???? I'm confused?????

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  89. BEST. RECIPE. EVAARRRRRR.
    Here is how I doubled the recipe and made a few changes.
    Sauteed 1/2 onion with
    1 1/2 pound ground beef
    1/2 pound jimmy deans sausage
    after cooking and draining I laid it on the bottom of my 9x13 baking dish. I then put an even layer of frozen green beans (trying to get some veggies in for the kids) and then layered one can cream of chicken AND one can cream of celery with my spatula evenly. Sprinkled on a layer of sharp cheddar cheese, then placed my tater tots on evenly. I baked for 40 minutes at 375 and the last 10 minutes sprinkled some more cheddar.

    DELLIICIIIOUUSSS! The kids and the husband LOVED IT! Will definitely be making this again! I think I would like to try a healthier version and maybe try making it with ground turkey?? Not sure how it would turn out.

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  90. Hi
    I have heard of this casserole many times and decided I'm ready to make it! Thank you.

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  91. Trying it tonight! looks awesome:)

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  92. I have this recipe posted on my Pinterest. I have wanted to try it and tonight is the night! I am going to make it just the same but add ground turkey instead of beef and I think I will add some diced Ortega chillies.

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  93. Do you need to thaw the tater tots beforehand?

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  94. I have made this and cook the meat with taco seasoning....really good :)

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  95. Made it. Like it. Shared it on my blog. Hope that's ok!

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  96. Do you have any suggestions for adding flavor? I made this whole recipe the way you have it written but its totally flavorless. And I always season my beef extremely well. It's still a great recipe though, it was so easy and took no time at all! Thanks for sharing. :)

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    1. half hamburger, half pork chorizo, peppers, and tapatio, bam!! Amazing.

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  97. I have been making this for years. I use whatever cream soup I have-cream of celery or mushroom or potato. You can use a combination if you are doubling. I mix the cream soup with skim milk to thin it to pouring consistency, add shredded low fat cheddar and dried parsley. I add the onion to the ground turkey or beef while I brown it. I alternate layers of the meat and tater tots then pour the soup over it. Top with shredded cheddar. It is delicious with ketchup and Frank's Red Hot. I usually serve peas and my guys put them on top.

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  98. I'll try this today, my boyfriend must will like it! Thanks!

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  99. I'm trying this out tonight! It looks really good.

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  100. My aunt always made this casserole when everyone came over it could feed to millions. I have now carried it over to my kids. LOVE THIS. I add Green beans into the meat and soup mixture.. perfect all in one dinner.

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  101. are Tator tots and hash browns the same thing. If not, could you use hash browns in lieu of tator tots

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  102. I made this today for lunch and it was wonderful! My 7 year old cleaned his plate! Thanks!

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  103. My grandma used to make this for us all the time when we were kids. She added corn and green beans as well, it was sooooo good. I make it for my kids now and they love it too.

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  104. Anonymous, hash browns and tator tots are not the same thing, but I don't see why you couldn't put a layer of hash browns on the top of the casserole. This is on the menu tomorrow night at the request of several of the guests that are coming for dinner. I always throw in a bag of frozen mixed veggies, and make sure that I almost over season the beef, because it can be a little bland other wise. Some cheese on top of the tator tots and heat it through. Ok...now I'm hungry...

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  105. Its looking awesome.... Really its an interesting informative blog post here.... Keep posting such an amazing blog post.

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  106. This may be use chicken? I don't have too much beef people:)

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  107. I have to admit...I have had tater tot casserole several times through my life...but I have never made it! I often ask my husband what he may want and get him to request something he may want for supper...last week while in the grocery store he requested a tater tot casserole. This one looks like what I have always had..so I'll definately be fixing this sometime this week...afterall, this will be something different after all the Christmas food we'll be having!

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  108. This is how we make it: hamburger, green beans, cream of mushroom soup, tater tots, cheddar cheese! Yumm :)

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  109. Jay Meissen-WisconsinJanuary 23, 2013 at 3:39 PM

    I added a 3/4 bag of frozen sweet corn thawed of course and a 1/2 bag of frozen FRENCH CUT green beans, again thawed as well as a small bag of hashbrowns putting a layer on the bottom and mixing in the other with the corn and beans. If you cannot find the french cut beans in a bag, you could use them from a can. I prefer frozen bag veggies vs. canned, alot better flavor with ll of their nutrients without all the chemicals. Aldi's has the best tasting sweet corn hands down, tastes like it was just shaved off the cob!

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  110. I use:

    1 lbs ground beef
    1/2 med. onion, chopped
    1 can cream of mushroom soup
    1/4 cup milk
    4 cups mixed frozen vegetables (I use country blend)
    2 cups shredded cheddar
    1 package tater tots

    I brown the meat and onion (have used onion flakes in a pinch...also add black pepper, garlic powder, Cavender's Greek Seasoning and Oregano). Spoon into a 9x13 baking dish sprayed with cooking spray. Mix soup and milk until creamy. Pour and spread over beef. Top with frozen veggies, then cheese and then tater tots. (You can also use the tater crowns). I bake, uncovered, at 375° for 45 minutes to 1 hour...making sure tots are nice and brown and center is heated through.

    This is another favorite of my hubby and son...quick to make, easy to clean up and it's all in one dish. Can't beat that!!

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  111. I haven't had this dish since I was little. I ran across your blog and have it in the oven right now. I can't believe how excited I am to be enjoying this again. The photo sold me- thanks!

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  112. Your recipe was the only one that I consider complete for novice cooks like me. I liked especially...

    "1 (10 1/2 ounce) can condensed cream of celery or cream of chicken soup (undiluted)"

    Other recipes do not indicate if the soup should be reconstituted or not.

    It is out of the oven and cooling now and I'm fixing to try it out.

    Thank you!

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  113. Added 1/2 a jalapeño pepper and it was amazing!!! Great recipe!

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  114. Just made this tonight and followed the recipe exactly. Can't say I'm a fan. Seems to need something to kick up the flavor. Doubt I'll be making it again. Sorry...

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  115. Hi! Where did you find the tater tots? I've just moved to South Africa from Tennessee :-)

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  116. My husband feel IN LOVE with this and it's so easy to play with. Thank you!

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  117. Hi this looks great! Im just curious about the cooking time if frozen? I just assembled it for tonight and found out my boyfriend wanted to take me out for dinner tonight, so I want to freeze it for tomorrow, but I just dont know how long to cook it! Help! Lol

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  118. Thanks for this great recipe. My family loved it. They want me to make it again for our re union.

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  119. What size casserole dish?

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  120. wow this recipe is so delicious just by looking at the photos. I will try to cook this and pair it with crunchy winter salad recipe.

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  121. Made this last night and it was delicious! My daughter ate half of the dish! :)

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  122. Making this tonight! After an exhausting day, it looks like it will be an easy meal to comfort my tired soul;)
    Thanks!!
    Blessings,
    Leslie

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  123. Made this for lunch today, great recipe!! Added a little italian sausage to the hamburger, yummy!! Thanks for the recipe! Have a great day!

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  124. We love tatertot casserole! It’s such a quick fix! (I believe you left out the cheese in the ingredients :)

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  125. You have noted very interesting points ! nice website .

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  126. I made this and could probably eat the whole pan myself it is so good , I also did it with the green beans ( I believe I saw that in the comments somewhere) and both ways were delicious!

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  127. Thanks for the recipe! I'm babysitting my five siblings and needed something simple for dinner. I substituted bacon for the beef since we were out, and sprinkled onion powder in the cream of chicken. So easy and quick; I even got back to babysitting before one of them got killed ;) Thanks!

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  129. Very informative and well written post! Quite interesting and nice topic chosen for the post.

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  130. We love this recipe and I will be sharing it on my blog and linking back to yours.

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