This quick and cheesy cowboy casserole recipe is important for busy nights and will be enjoyed by many. A hearty casserole of ground beef, carrots, cauliflower, squash, and cheddar cheese. You can also use ground turkey or ground chicken instead of ground beef. 

It's easy to bring a casserole dish into the oven and then roast it. To read more about how to create more casserole recipes your family would enjoy, check out our website. 

Cowboy potatoes is a recipe that is influenced by other recipes including cowboy casserole: baked potatoes and veggies. This meal is simple and fast to prepare. Everybody likes it. I have done it on the trail while I was riding horses, uhhh, I'm just kidding!!!. It is a family recipe that I grew up with. 


- 850 gr.Of lean ground beef.

- 3 garlic cloves, minced.

- 2 Cups.Of frozen corn thawed.

- 2 Cup.Of grated cheddar cheese.

- 1 medium onion, minced.

- 1 large can.Of diced tomatoes, I used 14-oz can. 

- 1 Cup.Of light sour cream.

- 1 Tsp.Of salt.

- 1 Tsp.Of pepper.

- 26-oz Of tater tots.


First Step - Turn the oven to 425 degrees. 

Second Step – In a large frying pan over medium-high heat, cook the lean ground beef until just little pink remains. 

Third Step - Apply the onion and garlic to the pan and continue cooking for another five minutes. 

Fourth step - Using a utensil, combine the tomatoes and sour cream into the beef. Season it with salt and pepper. 

Fifth step - Onto a 9.11-inch casserole dish, pour the creamy beef. Second, put the kernels of corn on top, then put the cheese on top, then place the potato crisps in a single row on the ground. 

Last Step - Bake for 25 to 30 minutes, or until the tater tots are crispy and brown on the outside.


One of the best advantages of this recipe is that you can adapt it to fit the preferences of your family. Mmmm, cheese! Add even more handfuls. Not a lover of tomatoes? Do not include the can of tomatoes. This is a very basic recipe that can be adjusted to fit your own preferences. Be creative!!

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