My vacation in California was extended by a couple of days, and after working hard all week cooking some amazing things for us for dinner, I decided to relieve my girlfriend’s parents from kitchen duty and made dinner myself. I chose to make a Siebelink family specialty–potato chip casserole!
(Forgive me in advance–I have no experience writing recipes so don’t expect Food Network quality writing here)
One family-sized bag of plain Lays Potato Chips
2 pounds of ground beef
2 large (or 4 small) cans of Campbell’s chicken noodle soup
Salt, to taste.
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees. On the stove in a deep pan, cook the beef all the way through, then drain the grease. Add soup. Cook together for a few minutes then add 3/4 of the potato chips. After the chips are cooked in a little, transfer to casserole dish and bake for 30 minutes. Serve immediately, adding salt if needed.
In my family, we usually serve it with mashed potatoes, and growing up my mom said that my Gran would also serve corn.
I came up with a rather interesting variation I plan on trying in a few weeks, will let you know how that turns out!