This recipe came together as a last minute, I need to feed some people, but all the stores are closed kind of meal! I had some ground venison already thawing out, a few potatoes, some leftover soup that could act as a "gravy/sauce" in a casserole, some cheese....yup, it all sounded good, and I was ready to experiment! It was a tasty experiment!
Meat and Potato Casserole
I made the mistake of adding salt as I cooked the meat the first time, but I had also used stock made from bouillon cubes (instead of homemade stock), and it was too salty. I made this again (I wouldn't give you a recipe that was no good!) and used homemade stock, and added just a pinch of salt, and it was perfect. So, if you use bouillon, don't add any extra salt, if you use homemade stock (that doesn't have as much salt) add some as needed (taste the soup, stock, cream mixture before using it).
This meal was a yummy, middle of the long winter comfort food, and I will make it again before this winter is finished - which might not be forever!
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