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Whacky Sweet Potato-Zucchini Casserole


Warning: This is no recipe. These are guidelines for your experiments.

Okay, here are the ingredients I used:

1 sweet potato
1 zucchini
400 g of organic beef
1 carton of pureed tomoto (500ml, I think)
some wide rice noodles, tagliatelle style
2 eggs
some cream
2 tea spoons of sour cream
thyme
savory

First, I fried the beef, added salt and savory and thyme, and then when it was nicely browned, I added the tomato puree. Since I did that around noon, the mix had enough time to cool off.

In late afternoon, I cut up the sweet potato and zucchini and also soaked the rice noodles for ten minutes. Finally, layered everything into a greased pan, with the beef mix. The rice noodles ended up pretty much on top, but still covered with a bit of sauce and some slices of zucchini and potato. I then mixed the sauce in a little shaker I have, and poured it over the whole thing. It didn't look like much, to be honest.

Then I baked it for 30 min at 150C, and for another 15 min at 120C. And it turned out extremely yummy.

I dare say the whole thing is open to experimentation. You probably don't need the rice noodles in it, for example.

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Re: Whacky Sweet Potato-Zucchini Casserole



Firlefanz wrote:

Warning: This is no recipe. These are guidelines for your experiments.



LOVE IT! emoticon

Sounds like something for me to play with when we have zucchini coming out our ears this summer! Thanks for the guidelines!

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I love it [sign in to see URL] made up and thrown together recipes are usually the best!
And that one sounds very good! emoticon

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Firle, you cook like I do!! [sign in to see URL] dab of this, a pinch of that, a splash of the [sign in to see URL].

When we have zuchinni we don't know what to do with, I'll have to use this recipe. I'll have to figure out the US measurements, but I think I can pretty much figure it out from what looks about right.

Thank you for posting it!!! It's much appreciated!! emoticon

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You're all very welcome. I'll play around with this some more, as well. Might replace the sweet potato with another veggie, or whatever.

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