Beef and Noodle Casserole Recipe

 Beef and Noodle Casserole Recipe SixSistersStuff

A couple of days ago. someone asked me what food blogs I used to look at before I started blogging. We started our blog in 2011 and back then, there weren’t as many food blogs (and many of them were not as well known as they are today). Pinterest was just starting out and no one knew how to use it . . . so I really found most of my recipes on TV (I loved Rachel Ray) and through Google. Google led me many times to The Pioneer Woman, which has always been one of my favorite sites. Ree’s writing is hilarious and her recipes are to die for!

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I had the chance to meet Ree last summer down in Texas and she is seriously as kind in person as she seems on TV or in her blog posts.
This recipe is one that I found on her blog years ago and my family loves it. It’s the perfect meal for those busy weeknights when you have piano lessons, soccer practice, tumbling, and dance all on the same night. 😉

Serves: 6

Beef and Noodle Casserole Recipe

I love a good hearty casserole and this one is so easy to throw together and fill you up! This recipe will become a family favorite for sure.

10 minPrep Time

20 minCook Time

30 minTotal Time

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  • 1 lb lean ground beef
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 1 (15 oz) can tomato sauce
  • 1 (8 oz) package wide egg noodles, uncooked
  • 3/4 cup sour cream
  • 1 cup small curd cottage cheese
  • 1/2 cup green onions, finely diced
  • 1 cup sharp cheddar cheese, shredded


  1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
  2. Cook egg noodles following directions on packaging. Rinse noodles in cold water and drain.
  3. While noodles are cooking, brown hamburger and add garlic salt and salt and pepper. Drain meat, then pour in tomato sauce and let simmer over low heat for 5 minutes.
  4. In another bowl, mix sour cream, cottage cheese, and green onions together. Add salt and pepper if desired. Add sour cream mixture to meat in skillet and mix well.
  5. Place noodle and meat mixture in a 9x13" baking pan sprayed with non-stick cooking spray and top with shredded cheese. Cook for 20-25 minutes.
Cuisine: American | Recipe Type: Main Dish

Recipe slightly adapted from The Pioneer Woman.

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22 Responses to “Beef and Noodle Casserole Recipe”

    • Hi Vicki. The recipe calls for 1 cup which is quite a bit. I looked up some substitute options for you and this is what I found. Hope this helps! Pureed cream cheese or thick Greek yogurt are popular substitutes used in many recipes calling for cottage cheese, as they don't sacrifice flavor or texture in most dishes. Ricotta cheese is often used instead of cottage cheese, and is a great filling for ravioli, cannoli and other Italian desserts.
  1. Alice Birmingham
    I make this but I add a package of taco mix to the hamburger and that gives it more flavor. Follow the directions on the taco mix package. Haven't tried it with egg noodles, I use whatever pasta I have on hand.
  2. I made this tonight. Basically a deconstructed lasagna of sorts. I added a good deal of garlic powder to cheese/sour cream mixture. I think next time I'll cut the sour cream by half, see if that helps thicken things up. Otherwise, this is a bit soupy.
  3. I made this last night, and it was very good. I read some of the previous comments beforehand, so I used a couple of the recommendations / suggestions. I used ricotta cheese instead of cottage cheese, and I added a taco seasoning packet to the beef. I also added a whole onion in place of the green onion. That's just a personal preference. Highly recommend.

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