I shouldn't be surprised that there are more than 600 recipes for this dish. After reading many, many of them, I have come to the conclusion that this one has it's place here at Zaar.
The sauce is smooth and creamy, with little pockets of melted cheese throughout.
I hope you like this as much as I do.
Cooking time includes the making of the sauce and baking.
Since I sometimes have to cook for just me, I've been on a search for recipes that make enough for just one or two people. So when I came across this one in the TOH 2002 Annual Recipes that was sent in to them by Edith Jennings of Prarie City, Iowa, I knew I had to try it.The time for peeling the potatoes has been included in the prep time. I guess if you wanted to speed up the time it takes to prepare this recipe, you could slightly cook the potatoes in the microwave or on the stove top. The addition of the French Fried Onions was my idea. Sumitted to " ZAAR " on October 21, 2009.
I used to love the boxed side dish "Noodle Roni Parmesano." I hadn't seen it in store shelves for quite some time, so I played around until I came up with something close to it. As it is just me and my DS at home these days, I intentionally developed the recipe as a side dish for two (or a main course for one!) Although I haven't tried it, I would imagine the recipe would double easily enough.
Neither my kids nor my husband will eat broccoli so this recipe cooks up a batch of soup just big enough for me to enjoy without feeling like any is going to waste. I think it probably came from TOH but am really unsure.
Since there are only two of us to feed now, I was looking to cut back on cooking on so much food. I found this dessert in a TOH "Country Cooking” cookbook, submitted by Helene Belanger of Denver Colorado. This is a very "light chocolate tasting" cake. Submitted on May 18th 2006