Don't forget the cheese! A hefty layer of cheddar cheese on top completes this dish right until it goes into the oven for 40-45 minutes.
– Replace the corn and beans with 2 cups of frozen mixed vegetables, if desired. - 1/2 teaspoon of garlic powder would be a great addition to the beef mixture.
What is a hotdish? Hotdish is a one-pot meal packed with a protein and potato (or some sort of starch), veggies and a gravy or sauce. You might know it as casserole.
Why is hotdish so popular? Hotdish is a great option because it’s very affordable. Plus you can pack a lot of food into one pot.
Can you freeze this hotdish? You can freeze this dish both baked and unbaked. See the post for all the details!
Why Is Hotdish So Popular?
Hotdish is a great option because it’s very affordable. Use frozen, canned or fresh veggies. Easy layers so you don’t spend a lot on any layer. Pack a lot of food into one pot. Also, it’s great for having leftovers or enough to feed a great big group!
Assemble the layers as directed in a foil baking pan and wrap tightly in foil. Place into freezer bags and freeze for 3-4 months. When you are ready to enjoy the casserole, thaw completely and bake as directed.
Assemble the layers and bake as directed. Let the casserole cool and wrap tightly in foil. Place into resealable freezer bags and freeze for 3-4 months. When you are ready to enjoy the casserole, let it thaw completely. Reheat in a 250 degree F oven uncovered until heated through.