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LOOKING for: Dinner in a Dish

Posted by peannut40 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 30, 10 at 14:10

Hi All,

I'm looking for a casserole recipe that was printed in a Junior Girlscout cookbook back in the late 1960s or early 1970s. The recipe was called Dinner in a Dish. I believe it called for Ground Beef, Rice, Catsup - no green pepper. I can't recall if it had onion. I think the recipe called for browning the ground beef then mixing with the rice and catsup . . and the rest of the ingredients. Bake - then the last 15 minutes of baking you would crack open a can of refrigerator biscuits and put them on the top and bake until the biscuits were done. I live in Wisconsin - and I remember going to a test kitchen for Wisconsin Electric or Wisconsin Natural Gas.......if anyone has this recipe - please share. It was so simple but soooooooo good.

Thanks
Denise


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RE: LOOKING for: Dinner in a Dish

Is this it?

Here is a link that might be useful: Dinner in a dish


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