Enjoy this Easy Dinner Casserole



1006 North Michigan Party Casserole 


What You Will Need:

2 lbs ground beef

2 lg onions

8 medium potatoes, sliced 

Salt and pepper to taste 

2 cans of stewed tomatoes or 1 can of tomato sauce and 1 can stewed tomatoes


Put ground beef in bottom of casserole. Cover with onions, then potatoes, tomatoes and tomato sauce, seasoning each layer. Bake 2 hours at 350° degrees.



This dish was a favorite of the residents of the old Benton Hanchett house, which was converted to apartments in the 1950s.



Pit & Balcony cast enjoying dinner

Mostly occupied by members of Pit and Balcony, they would get together and serve this dish.



Curtain Call



Audience at Pit & Balcony

"Although the recipe did not call for it, I cooked the ground beef first to easily drain the grease. I also used one can of stewed tomatoes and one can of tomato sauce, and was sure to season each layer very well. Overall, this recipe was super easy to make and quite tasty," Deana Coleman stated.


Deana Coleman, our staff associate, tests out weekly recipes from the cookbook Savoring Saginaw.

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