Recipe by Jana
"This is a great recipe for pizza lovers! Everyone will want second helpings of this dish. It's a great one-dish meal for the whole family."
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salt and pepper to taste
peeled and thinly sliced potatoes
1 (3 ounce) package
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed tomato soup
1 (10.75 ounce) can
condensed Cheddar cheese soup
shredded mozzarella cheese
I was a litle unsure how this would turn out. I wasn't crazy about the sauce made w/the soups while I was heating it, but once it baked & the flavors mixed, it was great! I will make this again. I increased the baking time from 30 minutes to 45 minutes. The potatoes were too hard after 30 minutes.
Im rating this 2 stars because for one it didn't wow me at all for two, I left it in the oven covered for an hour and some of the potatoes still didn't get done. Plus, I think it could have done without the italian seasoning. Sorry, but I doubt I'll make this again.
Ok Im rating this on what I think the original would have been. Maybe it would be a 5 Im not sure but we enjoyed our version so much we will keep doing it that way. Used a bag of french fries instead of potatos. Used spagetti sauce, grated cheddar and milk as the sauce. (Also used a little more sauce than the recipe called for.) Spicy pork sausage instead of hamburger along with chopped pepperoni. (Next time will heat pepperoni in the microwave on paper towels to get some of the grease out though.) Added chopped green pepper and red pepper flakes after the onion. The boyfriend loved it because it didn't have noodles, the french fries turned out great! Had a lasagna/pizza flavor that we loved. Will make it often. ***** this way
YUM! We loved this so much that there were no leftovers. As said, if you love pizza, you will love this. (If you are a no-grease fanatic, cut out the pepperoni- it wasn't really necessary- and use ground turkey instead of beef.) Also, I would add mushrooms, black olives, green peppers (and anchovies, but I know those aren't popular.)
This was a great, affordable and quick recipe. I subsituted hash browns and pizza sauce, and it was delicious! Also sprinkled with bacon bits and parmesan cheese as that is what we normally do to pizza. Excellent recipe that will be saved to my recipe box. Thank you for sharing!
I thought this was fantastic! I did everything except I used a bag of frozen hashbrowns and I added a lot more pizza toppings....I also increased the baking time to 90 minutes to ensure the potatoes are cooked....but everyone loves this!!
Great dish! I used tsp of the sugar and oregano, omitted the pepperoni but added chopped green and red bell peppers and used tomato sauce instead of the soup. Very good stuff!
wow! my family LOVED this dish. my hubby, who usualy just "eats" the food i make, actually complimented me on this,lol. my kids had seconds. there wasnt enough left for us adults to have seconds. we will def make this again, but make more. we aren't really "big eaters" but we def need 2lbs of ground beef, more soup, more cheese, and just more of everything. if you double the recipe, you can bake one, serve it and eat, while the other is baking, then freeze whatever you dont eat. (we use it for leftovers)great recipe! loved it
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Potato Pizza Casserole
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 179
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