Our microwave went kaplooey this last week. Since it was under warranty still, we took it in to be fixed. The store has to send it away, and we won’t have it back for two weeks. So, this week, my husband has been trying to live without a microwave. For him, that means no heating up leftovers. So, he told me to make small servings and to make things that could be reheated other ways.
I don’t normally make a lot of casseroles, but this one is one that my husband requested, and it really is good.
1 lb ground beef, turkey, or sausage ( Yes, the sausage only cost me 99 cents. That, and the fact that I grabbed it thinking it was turkey are the only reasons that I used sausage. I think I liked it better than with beef or turkey, though.)
1 can green beans (Looks better with regular cut, but all I had on hand were french style.)
1 can condensed cream of mushroom soup
Brown meat in skillet. Drain fat from meat. Drain green beans.
Spray a 1 1/2 quart casserole dish with cooking spray. Dump in green beans, meat and cream of mushroom soup. (Depending on the thickness of your condensed soup, you may want to add a little bit of milk.) Mix together.
Top with tater tots.
Bake at 375 until tater tots are golden brown.