Buttermilk Crusted Cheeseburger Pie Recipe
Ground beef, vegetables, and tomatoes are layered with cheese and baked in a crust made with buttermilk baking mix. Serves 12.
My bunch really enjoyed this recipe. It really does make a lot, but you really can't have too much. Tastes just as good warmed over later. I added some sharp chedder cheese. The one complaint I got was the WHOLE tomatoes, I will use the chopped can of tomatoes when I cook it for church Sunday. I may get brave and add some sour cream with the potatoes to give it a perk!! There was alot of crust, but I like that. Made it really pretty, too. I suggest to those who don't like much crust to just make less crust. I like crust of the top and bottom. Just grease your dish with butter or spray and it won't stick. I think this is so far the best recipe on this site I've come across so far... but I have plenty to try.
Ground beef combines with cheddar cheese and fresh tomato slices. It is topped with a crust made from buttermilk baking mix.
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