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Yum! This was a big hit with my family. I subbed in plain yogurt for the mayonaisse, which made it a little more watery but the extra liquid was absorbed during standing time. This definitely makes the cookbook :)

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Chaeign January 20, 2004

Another Goodie!! Wanted something different in comfort food tonight, I had all the ingredients, and it was so good. My husband said to tell you it's a 6 star recipe. Best of all I didn't tweak a thing! Had BBQ pork chops with it and what a nice meal. Thanks,Carole in Orlando

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carole in orlando May 21, 2003

Fabulous! I baked it @350 for about 20 minutes after assembling and replaced half the cheddar with parmesan, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Definitely a keeper.

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staceyblack January 09, 2010

WOW! This is excellent. We had it as the main course, so I doubled everything and heated in a casserole dish, but otherwise didn't change anything. It was great! Next time I will be adding extra bacon or maybe diced ham. Thank you.

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jennifer_cda_id October 18, 2009

YUMMY! Made this for my Wed. nite dinner with the crew of 9..along side the STICKY PINEAPPLE RIBS! I doubled everything and used Red Potatoes unpealed ( I hate to peal) and the color was great! I used 1 cup mayo and 1/4 cup sour cream to I cup 1% milk. I layered everything in a 9X13 and poured milk miture over the top and put it in the oven 350 for 1/2 hour...(the last 1/2 hour of the rib baking process.) This allowed time for me to sit and enjoy everyone..with a nice glass of wine and it was all ready together. THESE are really yummy and went over very well with everyone! Gave the recipe out and will save it for a yummy potatoes casserole...soon!

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jhairball March 27, 2009

I'm glad to find this recipe. I think I had tried this recipe before but couldnt find it in my recipe index. I really like the combination of potatoes and peas and of course anything with bacon is yummy! I did reduce the amount of onion (just a personal preference) and I used a combination of cheddar & monterey jack cheeses. Thanks for submitting.

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Sassy in da South May 29, 2008

I made this on 3/19/20,since there was only my SO and myself,only half of this was made.And this is how it was done, I used two cooked medium sized potatoes,five ounces of peas that were heated through under hot tap water( saved on having to wash another pan :) )Since we both love bacon I kept the full amount,and as for the onion 1/4 cup finely chopped was used.This is how it was layered,the onions, potatoes,peas, salt ,pepper,half the cheese, and half the bacon.After adding the mayo/milk mixture, the rest of the cheese and bacon were added to the top.After letting this sit for the five minutes,the mayo/milk mixture hadn't thickened at all.So if this is made again I think I might add a little flour or cornstarch to the mayo/milk mixture.the taste though was pretty good.Thanks for posting and, "Keep Smiling :) "

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Chef shapeweaver � March 20, 2008

I have been making this for several years. I have also used ham instead of bacon and then added some oil to pan.

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WiGal December 30, 2007

Very nice; I'll make again. Next time I'll boil my potatoes for 5 minutes instead of 10. (That was my guess at "cooked potatoes.") I'll also try all the cheese in the two layers at once and adding milk/mayo pre-simmering period. I think that may make the cheese more integrated throughout the dish. Thanks for this recipe.

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sidMILB March 10, 2004
Au Gratin Peas and Potatoes