Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Amish Yumazuti

I snapped this picture a couple of nights ago in our backyard at dusk.  Pretty, huh?

I forgot to take a picture before we ate.  Oops.  It was really good though, and worth sharing the recipe.  I found several recipes for this on the Internet and took the basic recipe and made it my own.  I needed a lot because I was making two dishes -- one to keep and one to take to my momma & daddy.  Here's how I made mine.  And, no, I'm not Amish.

Amish Yumazuti

16-oz pkg wide egg noodles
1 1/2 lbs ground beef
1 onion, chopped
1/2 cup chopped celery
Salt & pepper to taste
1 (15-oz) can diced tomatoes, liquid & all
1 can Cream of Chicken soup, undiluted
1 can Cream of Mushroom soup, undiluted
1 soup can of water 
Shredded cheddar (as much as you like)

Cook egg noodles according to package instructions, drain, and set aside.  
In a skillet, brown ground beef, onion, and celery, and cook until beef is well-browned.  Add salt & pepper to taste.  Set aside.
Combine soups in a bowl and stir in the water to thin it out a little.  Set aside.
Spray a casserole dish (9 x 13, or two smaller ones) with cooking spray.  Spoon a little of the soup mixture onto the bottom -- just enough to coat the bottom so the noodles don't stick.  Add a layer of noddles, 1/2 of the beef mixture, 1/2 of the soup mixture, 1/2 of the tomatoes & juice, and a layer of shredded cheese.  Repeat layers again using all ingredients.
Cover with foil and bake at 350 degrees F for approximately 30 min. or until hot and bubbly.

See ya!


  1. Fabulous sunset. Don't even get me started on those noodles. Did you catch me jumping into the screen for a bit. Off to have another peek and taste... don't tell, S now...

  2. That looks yummy! My hubby would love that...if it's made with noodles, he's all over it! I can't do noodles right now...I'm re-crafting myself. LOL My daughter and I are living the Paleo noodles, no rice, no grain, no legumes, no, no, no, no, no! All sorts of "NO"! But I still have to create a meal for the hubster, so I might just have to give this one a try! I love that sunset photo! Beautiful colors. Hugs, Annette

  3. Now that looks DELISH! What a nice daughter, making some for the parents!d ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

  4. G'day Pammy Sue ... Good to see a post from you. Hope all is well. That recipe looks pretty good - might try it one day. Love to you and the fur kids. Xoxox

  5. I just love your new blog header Pammy Sue. It's ducky! Meal looks pretty good too. It's 5 am and I'm blogging in bed with my iPhone. Sinuses are draining like crazy and I keep waking up with stuff going down my throat. Popped another red pill to dry this congestion up. Hope I get sleepy again soon.

  6. The sunset is gorgeous. As for the noodle dish - by jings, it looks great! :o)

  7. It looks pretty good to me too... but I 'm dieting so I'm leaving NOW!!!

  8. Ummmm.....this looks like the ultimate comfort food. I'll have to add this to my recipe files.

  9. That looks totally yummy, I would like to try a bit if you have any leftovers.


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