Learned this dish from my Amish friend, and it's absolutely divine Morgan Reed

What You Need: 1.5 lbs. of lean ground beef
1 minced onion
1 kg pasta
Using one tablespoon of canola oil
1.5 ounces of milk
For the garlic, mince 2 teaspoons.
One can of tomato soup, 22.6 oz.
A can of mushroom soup, 22.6 oz.
For seasoning, add salt and black pepper.
paprika, half a teaspoon
If desired, add 1/2 teaspoon of dry parsley.
You may optionally add shredded cheese.
Set the oven temperature to 350°F, or 175°C. Follow the directions on the package for cooking the pasta. Reserve the drained liquid.
2. Melt the olive oil in a big pan over medium heat. Toss in the garlic and onion, chopped. The onion should be sautéed until it becomes limp. When the pan is hot, add the lean ground beef. While cooking, split it up into smaller pieces so it cooks evenly. Remove any surplus of fat.
2. In a another dish, mix the milk, condensed mushroom soup, and condensed tomato soup. Blend into a smooth mixture.
3. Combine the cooked pasta and meat with the soup mixture. Add black pepper and salt and mix well. Fill greased casserole dish with mixture. Shredded cheese can be added on top if preferred. For garnish, you may add some parsley and paprika.

To make the casserole hot and bubbling, preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Bake for approximately 30 minutes, or until done.
Enjoy this Amish-inspired meal with your loved ones when you sit down to a meal together. You can make this Amish Country Casserole in any season, and it will satisfy even the most finicky eaters. Indulge in this comforting dish and bring a little bit of Amish heritage into your house.