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    Denial Nichols

    Default Potato Casserole

    I have some potatoes I would like to use up. Does anyone have a good recipe
    for a potato casserole?

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    Default Re: Potato Casserole

    I make au gratin potatoes by slicing them on the thin side, place in greased cassarol dish Use either a can of Cream of cheddar cheese soup ( or even better the Cream of Everything recipe mix to which you have added ½ to ¾ cup cheddar cheese) Add about ¾ cup of milk mix together and pour over potatoes. Bake about 45 minutes @ 350-375
    check with fork to make sure potatoes are cooked through. You can fancy this casserole up by adding sliced onions among the potatoes or dicced mushrooms into the cheese sauce.

    You can also make scalloped potatoes by using a creamy sauce (Soup mix again) and adding mushrooms, celery, olives, ..what ever your taste might be. Garlic powder makes it a different dish as well.

    DId you think to make a potatoe soup? e mail me for a recipe if you'd like one.
    Last edited by Gramshel; 03-06-2014 at 11:37 PM. Reason: Wanted to add variation

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