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Potato Sloppy Joe Bake

Potato Sloppy Joe Bake

"Ruth Chiarenza created this speedy sensation while racing against the clock one day. 'I needed a quick meal that was low on ingredients but high on taste, so I came up with this hearty casserole,' explains the Cumberland, Maryland reader."
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35 m servings
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  1. In a skillet, cook beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Add sloppy joe sauce and soup. Place hash browns in a greased 13-in. x 9-in. x 2-in. baking dish. Top with beef mixture. Cover and bake at 450 degrees F for 20 minutes. Uncover; bake 10 minutes longer or until heated through. Sprinkle with cheese.

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This was a good weeknight dinner. I used shredded hash browns and left out the soup (didn't have it). It turned out just fine without it. I also used sliced american cheese (didn't have any ched...

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I wish I could give half stars. This was a good recipe and I did get to use some ingredients I had taking up space. However, I just prefer my sloppy joe casserole a little bit better.

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This was a good weeknight dinner. I used shredded hash browns and left out the soup (didn't have it). It turned out just fine without it. I also used sliced american cheese (didn't have any ched...

This was awesome! I used tater tots instead of the shredded hashbrowns (couldn't find them) and the diced ones never turn out for me. Reminded me of extreme tater tots from Sonic. Update: I'v...

I wish I could give half stars. This was a good recipe and I did get to use some ingredients I had taking up space. However, I just prefer my sloppy joe casserole a little bit better.

Ruth, you are a genius!!! I would have never thought to mix all this into one dish but I'm glad you did! I am the mother of four young children & they all loved it!!! I will definately make t...

This was a hit w/my entire family (2 boys & hubby)! I needed a week nite dinner w/out running to the grocery. I had these ingredients on hand. Delicious! It didn't sound as good as it turned...

Kids really enjoyed this. Thanks!

It was good, but I think it needed a bit more kick for my husband's taste. I think next time I should add some pepper or thyme or something else to the Hash browns. Also I made a double batch ...

This was suprisingly good! The ingredients really don't sound all that appealing but as a casserole it was yummy. I used tator tots instead of hashbrowns. Thanks for the easy recipe!

This was just ok for me also. It seemed like things should have been mixed up not layered. If I made this again I would add corn. I also had to cook this longer then stated. It would be good if ...

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