Ring Bologna Hotdish Recipe
I couldn’t call myself a true Minnesotan without having one or two solid hotdish recipes up my sleeve.
What Is Hotdish?
If you’re not familiar, “hotdish” encompasses a range of oven-baked dishes, mostly pasta or rice-based. You may call it casserole where you’re from.
Hotdish can contain various types of meat and vegetables, often flavored with canned soups. Hotdishes show up en masse at church potlucks here in the Midwest.
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About The Recipe: Ring Bologna Hotdish
This hotdish recipe is one my mom has been making for decades. There’s nothing fancy or complicated about it. A hearty weeknight meal that will easily feed five.
We love the ring bologna in this hotdish. Feel free to buy traditional or turkey ring bologna – both taste great in this dish.
Hotdish is perfect for the colder months of the year, when it feels good to pre-preheat your oven to keep the kitchen extra toasty warm.
If you’re cooking for a large group and looking for something that doesn’t cost a lot, hotdishes are your golden ticket. I hope you enjoy this recipe as much as my family has over the years!
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More Hotdish Recipes
I couldn’t call myself a true Minnesotan without a few hotdish recipes up my sleeve. Here are some of my family’s favorites:
- 10 ounce package egg noodles
- 1 can creamed corn (15 ounces)
- 3 cans cream of mushroom soup (10 3/4 ounces each)
- 1/2 cup whole milk or half-and-half
- 1 to 2 tablespoons sugar (optional)
- Salt and pepper
- 13 ounce package ring bologna
- Preheat oven to 375F. Cook noodles according to package instructions to al dente. Don't overcook the noodles because they will continue to cook in the oven. Drain noodles and rinse with cold water.
- Pour noodles into a large mixing bowl. Cut ring bologna into 1/2 inch coins. Combine corn, soup, milk, sugar, salt and pepper. Add corn mixture to pasta. Add ring bologna. Place pasta in casserole dish and bake for 30 to 35 minutes.