This is one of our families favorite recipes and has been in my family for forever! I can remember my grandmother making this when I was a little girl and my mother remembers it when she was little. The original recipe has been altered a little from when I was younger but I will tell you in the recipe what was changed.
This is one of the easiest recipes to make, a little cooking, layer and bake away. That’s it!
First you brown you hamburger in a your frying pan draining any extra grease. Add a little bit of salt and pepper to taste.
Mix in one can of cream of mushroom with your browned hamburger. This is what I have changed over the years. The original recipe calls for a can on tomato paste. I prefer the cream of mushroom personally but both are excellent.
Spray the bottom of a pie dish with Pam. Then line the bottom of a pie pan with one tube of crescent rolls. It’s kind of like a puzzle they don’t fit in the pan perfectly.
Beat two eggs together ( I usually just use a small cup) Then pour over your crescent rolls.
Then pour your meat mixture over the eggs and spread out evenly.
Slice or grate your cheese and cover the meat mixture. I have used different types of cheese like Cheddar, Monetary Jack and Medium Cheddar has been our families favorite. The reason I put cheese before vegetables is because the cheese sticks to the crust and sometimes doesn’t cook the crust right so I prefer to put the cheese before the vegetables.
Then add your vegetable(s) whatever your family likes best. Our family likes french style green beans or broccoli. Broccoli mix is good too.
Then just top with the second tube of Crescent Rolls. Again they do not cover it perfectly so just make sure its covered and press down on the edges to connect to the bottom crust. Cover with tinfoil and put it in the oven at 375 degrees for 35 minutes with foil and 15 without to brown the top.
When you pull it out let it sit for a 5-10 minutes before cutting into it. That’s it! Super easy and taste so good!
2 tubes of Crescent Rolls
1 can French Style Green Beans or desired vegetables
1 Can cream of mushroom or tomato paste
1 1/2 cups of cheddar cheese
Salt and Pepper to taste
Preheat oven to 375°F. Brown hamburger in frying pan, draining any extra grease, then add tomato sauce or cream of mushroom and mix together. Take a pie dish and spray with pam and then open 1 can of croissants and cover the bottom of the dish. Mix eggs together in a small cup or bowl and pour over croissants in the pie dish. On top of that pour hamburger mixture and spread evenly. Then cover the meat mixture with cheese as much as desired. Then spread green beans out over the cheese. Take the last tube of croissants and cover the top of the pie. Cover it with tinfoil and cook for 25 minutes and then pull the tinfoil off and cook an additional 15 minutes or until golden brown. Let it cool for 5-10 minutes and then serve.