Then over the top I sprinkled just a little parmesan. This was delicious!! The homemade version is even better!!! This dish was much easier that I thought.
And exceeded my expectations in every possible way. Sooo well done. Both are amazing!
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The without canned soup I modified to meet autoimmune paleo coconut milk and coconut cream and it was so good. Also ran out of tater tots for the modified recipe, so I put garlic whipped cauliflower on top. This will be a household staple. Thank you for sharing!
From MN…. Best tater tot hot dish ever!! I made the gravy version with ground turkey, and baked in a large pyrex baking dish. Topped with 1 lb. My husband loved it. Had enough leftovers for work lunches, but just barely. All I can say and I speak for my family as well is …mind blown!!!
This hotdish surprising way surpassed any and all of my expectations. My daughter went back for seconds and asked to take some home for lunch next day. I did double recipe and I am Soo glad I did.!! Tried this for something different than my traditionally tater tot hotdish recipe and it was WAY too much soy sauce.
Completely ruined it, unfortunately. Tasted like salt. I could see this being much better with maybe just tsp soy sauce rather than 3T. This has been a very popular recipe, not only this site, but also with our family and friends.
Did you use canned soups or make your own gravy? If you used canned soup, did you use the reduced sodium version? Hi, Brenda! Thanks so much.
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Thanks for all your awesome recipes. I assume just before or after you add the veggies?
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Do you use all the flour for the gravy? I tried it last night but it turned into a porridge consistency instead of gravy. What did I do wrong? I have made this a few times now the no can version and we just LOVE this. I just love comments like these — thank you so much for letting me know how much you like this recipe! I need to do that, make two separate pans. I usually just transfer the leftovers to a smaller pan and freeze for later.
Thanks, Cami! A wonderful comfort food! I love how you have adapted the recipe to be made with or without the canned soup. So excited to dig into this! This looks great! I will be making this tonight with the homemade gravy sauce. A MN classic in my books. I never made it in my early adulthood, but one time, about 15 years ago I decided my husband needed to have Tator Tot hotdish at least once in his life.
I tried this recipe last night, and it worked out very well.
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Personally, I will forgo the cheese next time. In addition to thyme I used dried summer savory and marjoram. I will definitely be making it again. Thank you for posting and for sharing 2 different versions! Ugh, I need to get a bigger cast iron skillet. I still had to use my casserole dish and put it in the oven, but I followed your gravy directions and it turned out great. Thank you for a can-free version!
Do we stir the ground beef into the gravy before topping? Yes, stir the ground beef into the gravy. I just like the flavor and color it adds, and then I cut back on the actual salt I use. You could still make this, just omit the soy sauce and add in salt to taste. It would just be a very different hotdish than the original.
The preparation would need to be altered. Hello, making this today for my vegetarian sister- instead of beef an using finely chopped cauliflower. Also, omitting the worcestershire as it has anchovies. We had this last night! So delicious, comfort food at its finest!
I had never heard of this, but it looked good so I tried it tonight. It was soooo good! And easy to make! Will definitely put this in my rotation of cooking. I can just pick up the antlers and throw it into the cauldron at a whole. Do I miss something or is this the way it works? Thanks in advance!
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