Hunts 7-LAYER CASSEROLE (Circa 1950’s) Vs McCallum Vintage Recipe Divas 9 -LAYER CASSEROLE 2013

Hunts 7-LAYER CASSEROLE (Circa 1950's)

Hunts 7-LAYER CASSEROLE (Circa 1950’s)

Start heating oven to moderate (350 F.). Place these ingredients in layers in a 2-qt. baking dish with a tight-fitting lid:

Original Recipe for Hunts 7-LAYER CASSEROLE (Circa 1950’s)

1. 1 cup rice, uncooked
2. 1 cup canned whole kernel corn, drained
3. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Pour 1 8-oz. can HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE and 1/2 can water over first two layers
4. 1/2 cup each finely chopped onion and green pepper
5. 3/4 lb. uncooked ground beef, seasoned with salt and pepper
6. Pour second can HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE and 1/4 can water over all
7. Cover meat with 4 strips bacon, cut in half

Cover dish and bake at 350F. for 1 hour. Uncover and bake about 30 minutes longer. Makes 4 – 6 servings.

There’s just no end to the tempting casseroles you can make with HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE. It’s particularly nice for leftovers. A little of this, a little of that, and HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE – and a delicious dinner is on your table! Let your imagination be your guide…when Hunt’s in the kitchen to help!

Hello, Vintage Lovers!

“First, I have to tell you McCallum Vintage Recipe Divas (Heidy McCallum) did this recipe a bit differently. I loved the concept of course and ingredients …However we wanted to change a few things to make it a little more healthy to eat. It’s called ADAPTATIONS, ADAPTATIONS, ADAPTATIONS

The MMccallum Vintage Recipe Divas 9 -LAYER CASSEROLE 2013

Ingredients you will need on hand

1 cup of Jasmine rice
1 cup fresh corn or frozen
1 cup onion
1 cup green or red peppers
1 pound lean ground beef (93/7 is what we recommend )
1 can Rotel diced tomatoes
1 8 oz can of Hunts tomato sauce
6 slices good quality thin bacon (we used peppered bacon)
1/2 cups of Monterrey Jack cheese
Kosher salt
Fresh Ground pepper
*Adobo (Spanish seasoning)
*Sazon (Spanish Seasoning)

* These spices may be omitted if you can not find them. They are usually in the Spanish Section of your Market, or Spice aisle)

Start heating oven to moderate (350 F.). Place these ingredients in layers in a 2-qt. baking dish do NOT use a lid:

1. 1 cup Jasmine rice, uncooked
2. 1 cup whole kernel corn, (we used fresh corn taken from the cob)
3. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Pour 1 8-oz. can HUNT’S TOMATO SAUCE and 1/2 can water over first two layers
4. 1 cup each finely chopped onion and green pepper
5. 1 lb. (cooked till done NOT brown) 93/7 fat content ground beef, seasoned with Kosher salt, freshly ground pepper, Adobo, and Sazon
6. 1 can Rotel diced tomatoes, pour over meat,  1/4 cup water
7. 6 strips of thin peppered bacon, cooked till 80% of fat is rendered. After cooked ,Place on top of tomatoes
8. Cook in pre-heated oven of 350 F for 35 minutes (uncovered)
9. Place 1/4 to 1/2 cups of Monterrey Jack cheese on top of Bacon.
10. Bake another 15-20 min in oven of 350 F

McCallum Vintage Divas Note * If you like you can make further adaptions to make this more healthy, ground turkey, and turkey bacon may be used. You can also omit the salt for those watching their sodium intake.

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