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from USA Six-layer Dinner This is one of my more obscure comfort foods. It's a recipe that's no longer included in Betty Crocker cookbooks. The original called for a greased casserole (I don't find that necessary, because of the hamburger), 2 cups of celery (sorry, my first job was in a Chinese Restaurant - took me years to be able to eat cooked celery again at all), a measured total of salt (2 tsp.) and pepper (1/4 tsp.), and a garnish of green pepper on top. But this is how *I* make it: Title: SIX-LAYER DINNER Categories: meats/main dishes Yield: 6 servings 2 c raw potatoes; sliced 1 c celery; chopped 1 lb ground beef 1 c raw onion; sliced 1 c green pepper; minced 2 c cooked tomatoes 1. Place in layers in a 2 quart casserole, seasoning each layer with salt and pepper. 2. Bake at 350F for 2 hours. Contributor: Adapted from Betty Crocker, 1950 Enjoy! Carol Edible Complex: http://home.att.net/~edible-complex/ Culinary FAQs, RFC Cook-Ins, Heirloom Recipes

Six-layer Dinner


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Six-layer Dinner

This is one of my more obscure comfort foods. It's a recipe that's no
longer included in
Betty Crocker cookbooks. The original called for a
greased
casserole (I don't find that necessary, because of the hamburger),
2 cups of
celery (sorry, my first job was in a Chinese Restaurant - took me
years to be able to eat
cooked
celery again at all), a measured total of
salt (2 tsp.) and pepper (1/4 tsp.), and a garnish of
green pepper on top.
But this is how *I* make it:

Title: SIX-LAYER DINNER
Categories: meats/main dishes
Yield: 6 servings

2 c
raw potatoes; sliced
1 c
celery; chopped
1 lb
ground
beef
1 c
raw onion; sliced
1 c
green pepper; minced
2 c
cooked tomatoes

1. Place in layers in a 2 quart
casserole, seasoning each layer with salt
and pepper.
2.
Bake at 350F for 2 hours.

Contributor: Adapted from
Betty Crocker, 1950

Enjoy!
Carol

Edible Complex: http://home.att.net/~edible-complex/
Culinary FAQs, RFC Cook-Ins, Heirloom Recipes



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from Duluth, United States wrote:0  0

I do have this in a Betty Crocker cookbook (it's a reprint of the beloved 1950 cookbook and boy am I glad I got it). This isn't meant to be a super healthy recipe, but it is good, filling, and cost effective for people which was super important "back in the day" and now it seems very much so today. Thanks for sharing this so others who can't get a copy of a cookbook with the original recipes have a chance. I know the recipe in the book says to salt and pepper each layer, but on some layers I also added some granulated garlic for a bit more "umph".
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