White Castle Casserole Recipe

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White Castle Casserole

Suzanne Marzano

By
@kittybusia

My husband grew up outside Columbus, Oh and loves White castle Hamburgers, since Toledo doesn't have a franchise here I went online to find a recipe. I found a casserole recipe which I tried, and after after tinkering with it decided this was just about right. My son and his family gave this a thumbs up and so did my husband. I like to serve it with fries and chili for them and onion rings and wedding italian soup for me. My daughter-in-law and grandsons aren't big on mustard so I put ketchup on 1/2 of casserole for them. I like cheddar cheese but to be accurate you should use american.


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Rating:
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Serves:
12 normal people 6 in my family
Prep:
24 Hr 20 Min
Cook:
25 Min
Method:
Bake

Ingredients

1&1/2 lb
gr.beef
1 box
onion soup mix, both pouches
2 can(s)
pizza dough or crescent rolls
1 pkg
cheddar cheese, shredded or american
slice
dill pickles to your taste
mustard

Step-By-Step

1Pre-heat oven to 350 degrees. Spray a 9 x 12 pan or use parchment so nothing sticks and you get an easy clean up.

2Lightly brown beef (don't over brown or it will become over done after baking) drain.

3Add onion soup packets to beef and mix well adding a little water if need to make sure soup is combined with beef but not enough to make it slushy. You want it the consistency of a moist burger.

4Roll out 1 can of either your pizza dough, crescent rolls or crescent roll sheets so they are about 1/2 the thickness they originally are, you don't want all dough no filling, and lay in you dish.

5Spread meat mixture on dough, cover with cheese, add pickles and drizzle with mustard.

6Roll out second tube of dough just like first, and lay on top of mixture.

7Bake until top is golden brown about 20-30 minutes. let rest about 5 minutes. Note-This is not a creamy casserole it is like eating a burger.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Casseroles
Main Ingredient: Beef
Regional Style: American