I am constantly amazed at how animated and talkative people get when you mention food. The mere aroma of certain foods can evoke memories that transport us back to a special place and time. Food can bridge the gap between all ages, races and ethnicities.
Let's face it, the only thing that should ever come between people is a table and some serving bowls.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Starring In Yet Another Roll, Oops I Meant Role!

I’m surprised that I have made it this long without posting a recipe containing Bisquick. Between myself, family and friends not to mention the Bisquick box itself and several Bisquick cookbooks. I could probably post a couple of bisquick recipes a week without running out for years to come. Instead, I will go slow and pace myself and show fairness to all the other ingredients out there by giving them each a chance to shine.

V-8 Hamburg Pie

Bisquick Drop Biscuits (recipe on box)
1 lb. hamburger, browned
1 cup of onions, sautéed
1 (14 1/2 oz.) can of Italian stewed tomatoes
1 small can (6 oz.) of V-8 juice

Sauté onions in light oil on stove, add to browned hamburger in oblong (8 x 11 inch) casserole dish. Mix in can stewed tomatoes and can V-8 juice. Stir. Follow recipe for "Drop Biscuits" on Bisquick box. Take large spoon and drop amounts separately onto hamburger mixture. Spread gently with spoon or fork. Bake at 425 degrees for 30-45 minutes.


Peabody said...

That is one way I can sneak in veggies into my husband's food. Thanks for the idea.

Sorina said...

Thanks for posting this interesting recipe!

Julie said...

You are welcome Peabody and thank you for stopping by.

Julie said...

Thank you Sorina

teeth whitening said...

I think my kids will like this one, and since they are so picky and V8 is a great source of veggies I can sneak some in on them. Ssshhhh don't tell on me!

Julie said...

If my lips are sealed, how will anyone see my beautiful white teeth? lol