This casserole is a favorite of my husband's and he has been so kind to share his family recipe with me and with all of you fellow bloggers.
Elbow maraconi pasta (16 oz)
Ground beef (3 lbs)
Cheddar or colby cheese (3 lbs)
Spaghetti Sauce (1 qt)
Milk (16 oz)
Worcestershire Sauce (3 oz)
Cook beef on low heat in skillet, drain off excess grease. Add Worcestershire sauce and stir into cooked beef. Boil Macaroni at rolling boil 8-10 minutes. Slice cheese in 1/4 inch thick slices.
Place layer of macaroni in bottom of casserole dish, next thin layer of beef over macaroni. Pour approximately 6 to 8 oz of spaghetti sauce over ground beef and macaroni so that it seeps down into the casserole. Next place layer of cheese tightly together over beef.
Repeat layering steps two more times. Three (3) layers total. Pour small amount of milk so that liquid is 1/4 inch down from top layer of cheese. Pre heat over to 350 degrees and bake for one hour.
Bring out of oven to set. Set 30-45 minutes as this allows the slices to serve easier. Enjoy!
Thursday, December 31, 2009
Monday, December 21, 2009
I love this red stem ware. A great accent for any of your holiday dinners.
Merry Christmas to all my customers and friends of Tea Time Consultants. We have had a very blessed year.
Hope you and your family have a very happy and safe Holiday. This year my husband will be treating me to a very wonderful treat for dinner, he will be taking over the kitchen to prepare his great savory macaroni, beef and cheese casserole. It comes out like a cake and has to be sliced to be served on the plates.
I do not know what he will choose for dessert, but he is great with pumpkin pies.
Thursday, December 17, 2009
The house needs to be decorated for Christmas. These beautiful table toppers and mantel scarves are perfect for the setting the mood for the season.