One of my favorite dishes is a good old hamburger. That is, just a patty with a bun. No vegetables, nothing else, just the flavor of the patty showing through.
Now, every once in a while, I add a slice of cheese (or maybe a combination of three like Munster, American and Provolone… don’t knock until you try it! Unfortunately, I don’t have a grill. We just bought a house and we haven’t been able to buy a grill yet (but it’s on my Christmas list, for those who wonder).
But, I discovered that I don’t need a grill to make a classic hamburger. I can do it in a casserole! Yes, you absolutely can too.
It’s just as delicious and if you really want the hamburger style, cut a piece out and put it in a hamburger bun. It won’t disappoint you. It’s juicy, with cheese (if you want it) and whatever you want in a hamburger.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries has nothing in it! So the next time you’re buried in the snow or don’t have a grill like me, try this. Your craving will be satisfied and your mess will be much smaller.
Photo and recipe courtesy of Eating on a Dime.
Quick Tip: Cut up hamburger buns and serve them hot next to this dish for a complete experience.
To make this recipe, you will need the following ingredients:
5 small potatoes
2 lbs. ground beef, browned
2 cans of Campbell’s cream of mushroom soup
1 1/2 cups McArthur milk
1 1/2 cups of Kraft shredded cheese (we used a mixture of Colby jack, but cheddar would also be fine)