World’s Easiest Six Layer Hot Dish

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I think this came out of a church cookbook a long time ago!

This dish is designed to be made with food items you normally already have in the house. It can be set up the evening before, be put in the refrigerator and then baked the next day.

1st layer: Sliced raw potatoes (three large baking or equal amount of red)

2nd layer: 1 lb. of browned hamburger

3rd layer: 1 small onion, sliced

4th layer: Raw carrots, thinly sliced (5 medium)

Add some salt and pepper here

5th layer: 1 can of peas (drained)

6th layer: 1 can of condensed tomato soup

Mix the drained peas with the tomato soup. Pour over the top of the first four layers in a two quart, buttered, baking dish or casserole.

Cover

Bake at 350° for 1 to 1 ½ hours until carrots are tender. Serves 4 to 6

I’m publishing this because I’m fascinated by the sweetness it gets without adding sugar. Let me know if you agree. I can also see this cooked at a campsite in a dutch oven. Gees, it would taste great in the open air as does Macaroni Goulash.

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About Ronald D. Drobeck

I've read, learned, been discriminated against, patronized, lied to, laughed at, laughed with, and ignored. I'm not a minority, not tall, not good looking, not skinny, not hairy, and can see 10 miles, but not two feet. I've been a paperboy, college student, licensed nursing home administrator, professional musician (swing drummer), duck and goose hunter, fisherman, conservationist, Eagle scout, camp counselor, canoeing instructor, lifeguard, comedian, restaurant owner, licensed exterminator, insurance agent, warehouse manager, carpenter, conservative, father of 4, baseball coach, husband, worrier, writer, embryo gardener, and nice guy.

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