This is my first official Hunk of Meat Monday post…but I’m hoping as summer winds down and school activities start up, I’ll have a little more time to post things like this. This summer has just been CRAZY!
But here it is…Bow Tie Hotdish! This was a new recipe for us, and it came out of the Fullerton, ND, 125th Cookbook. (And just a heads up, I’ll be giving away a copy of this book later this week…more details in a second.) Fullerton will celebrate next summer (June 29th, 30th and July 1st, to be exact), and this cookbook is a GREAT keepsake, as well as having some awesome recipes and other information.
Fullerton Cookbook, soon to a kitchen near you!
Let’s get to the recipe:
- 1 1/2 lbs. hamburger, browned
- 1 can cream of chicken soup
- 1 box of bow-tie noodles, cooked
- 1 jar or can of spaghetti sauce
- shredded cheese of choice (I like the pizza blend)
Everything needed (minus cheese)
My Hunk of Meat - hamburger!
Add soup, spaghetti sauce and browned, drained hamburger to cooked noodles in a baking dish. Top with shredded cheese and bake at 350* until the cheese is melted.
Hotdish finished, and served with garlic toast!
Yep, that simple…and DELICIOUS! And here’s the cool part: I will give away one copy of this cookbook to a lucky blog reader! Just comment on this post to be entered in the drawing. I will draw a winner Friday evening! Can’t wait to win a copy and want to order one of your own right now? They are $15 per book, plus $5 shipping and handling. Contact Christy Peterson at (701) 375-7261 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
, or Tenille Ulmer at email@example.com
. (They make GREAT Christmas gifts too!!!)
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and vote for which Gooseberry Patch coookbook that I should cook from, I’ll be giving away a cookbook from there as well!
What a great reciepe for a college gal! Great idea and I love that you are doing “Meaty-Mondays.”
So do I! It’s a great, simple recipe…and you’re entered for the drawing!
It definitely is!!! And simple, a win-win!
Welcome to Hunk of Meat Mondays! Hope to see you this week! Miss you friend.
My mom has those same dishes!! Sorry-just had to get that out of my system. 🙂
I like this recipe…it’s a bit different than the dish I make-just enough that my guys wouldn’t say “again!?”. The recipe book looks neat. I love local cookbooks like this. Thanks for posting the recipe!
I am going to try this recipe this week, and I just subscribed to your blog at least I think I followed all the steps. Have a great week!
Sounds really good, but just wondering… do you layer the ingredients in the baking dish, or mix ’em all together?
I’m making this for supper tonight! Thanks for the recipe post!
What a neat idea….I’m always looking for fun ways to serve burger. I love the term Hunk of Meat…lol
I think I will try this one! Logan is so dang picky but this he might like!!
can’t wait to try this recipe!
I like the looks of your hotdish! Easy and flexible.
Val, I follow you via Facebook and the RFOA.
I love organizational and regional cookbooks!! They always have recipes you would never find in a mass media cookbook (though those are good, too).
I subscribe to your blog.
I voted on RFOA for a Gooseberry Patch cookbook for you to cook from.
Looks yummy!!! Will try it this weekend and thanks!
Made it for supper tonight. Very easy, and received good reviews from my family.
i love the small town cookbooks!
Val- This looks easy and tasty! Can’t wait to try it!
So how are you related to the Fullerton crowd? I’m a Vernon Glynn granddaughter (my maiden name is Glynn) and my cousins are the Hagens from Fullerton. I have a copy of the cookbook too! Just curious!!!
Hmmm…let’s see…I live just 5 miles west of Fullerton, between Monango and Fullerton, on the gravel road. I graduated from high school with Bob Hagen, and know just about everyone in Fullerton…I think. I grew up in Forbes, and graduated from Ellendale. We still play pinochle in winter on Thursday nights in Fullerton, with Alene and Mona and the gang!
I made this recipe last night…all my guys loved it. Thanks for sharing it.