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Ship Wreck Casserole

By: Erin from
Updated October 05, 2017
Ship Wreck Casserole
Ship Wreck Casserole
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Take a step back in time with this low-cost ground beef casserole recipe that dates back to the 1940s. Made with ground beef, potatoes, onions, and kidney beans, this Ship Wreck Casserole recipe is a hearty and low-cost dinner option to try when you're in a pinch for time and just need a one-pot meal to feed the whole family. With a recipe that's been around for this long, it's got to be something worth trying. This recipe just proved that vintage cooking never goes out of style. You can make this easy casserole with common leftover ingredients that you probably have in your kitchen right now. It's the perfect weeknight casserole because you can just throw it together in no time!

Cooking Time45 min

Cooking Vessel Size9 x 13 baking dish


Total Timeunder 1 hour

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Mmmmm this sounds so unique. I know my family would just love it. I love the name, too!

I love how this recipe can be made with common leftovers i always seem to have in my kitchen like cooked rice and beans from salads. The rest of the ingredients are pantry staples. You can also expand or retract this recipe depending on the size of the crowd you need to feed.

goto the catagories colume and click on casserolles and the recipe will come up. to print copy and paste. GOOD LUCK

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