Recipe by Chef Chris
"A quick and easy dish that is great for a budget and still tastes good."
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shredded Cheddar cheese
baking mix (such as Bisquick ®)
This was really good, I used left over bbq sauce that I made for another recipe, and mixed it in with the hamburger, I think the crust needed something though. Next time I will add cheese or maybe some green chilies to the crust to make it better. Thanks for the great recipe! I will be using this recipe again next time I have left over bbq sauce.
I agree with the other reviewers . . . WAY too much topping. I would make it again but would increase the filling by 1.5.
Very Tasty, but next time I will use a sweeter BBQ sauce. Also, be sure to bake for 35 minutes not 25.
I made this the other day and it was horrible, he flavors don't combine very well, and the biscuit topping part tasted like a pancake if you're looking for a good meat pie, look somehwere else
This recipe turned out fantastic for our family. I did make several changes, however, after reading the prior reviews. I skipped the cheese and dumped the beef and onion mix into an 8x8 pan. Initially, I tried the 9x13 dish but the mix didn't quite cover the bottom enough for my personal liking. I added a cup of frozen crinkle coin carrots and a cup of frozen corn to the baking pan and tossed everything in our favorite hickory bbq sauce. Since others seemed to have issues with both the volume and the taste of the batter, I cut the batter portion in half and added 1tsp onion powder, 1tsp garlic powder, and ground a little rosemary over it. I wanted the topping to taste like biscuits rather than pancakes, and I thought this would be more suited to what I was aiming for. We baked for the 35 minutes others suggested, and we were very pleased with the results. I will definitely be making this again, and I really appreciate a recipe using ground beef and Bisquick in such a non-traditional way. Thanks so much for this recipe!!
This was surprisingly good, for a simple, comfort food-y dish. I made it exactly as written, using 85% lean ground beef and mild cheddar cheese. The recipe didn't say whether to drain the fat from the browned beef-and-onion mixture, but I opted to do so. The "6 servings" were pretty decently-sized portions, and I enjoyed them over 4 or 5 days. I do slightly agree with the reviewers who complained about there being too much topping and not enough of the rest. The topping was quite tasty, though - just perhaps a bit too much. I just might make this again soon - it's easy, economical and quite filling.
Nothing to it and it tastes like it. You end up with a little bit of beef and a whole lot of dough.
I found this to be very bland and had to much biscuit. I will try again with more flavor and a reduction to the biscuit.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Barbeque Beef Bake
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 371
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