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This is a quick and easy potato dish! I made this on a camping trip and everyone loved it. It's a dish that can easily be varied by adding chopped onion, green pepper etc if you wish... although it certainly did not need it. Thank you Mary for sharing this. :-)
This was one of the best potato dishes i have ever had!! I just made it for my valentines dinner for my honey and he loved it!! It was so creamy and delicious!! If you like dairy, this will definately be a favorite like it is mine! Thanks~
This is a big hit on our camping trips. I replaced the Velveeta with shredded cheddar after I made it the first time (I'm suspicious of Velveeta as a food product), and I use Cream of Chicken & Herb soup instead. Some times add onion or bacon.<br/>Leftovers are great the next morning too in a frying pan with eggs.
It's quick, it's easy, and it's yummy. Everyone loves it too. A no brainer.
All I can say is 5 stars all the way and very easy to make. It was definately the star of the meal.
Wow. Delicious. I made these for Easter dinner to go with my sister's ham and everyone raved about them I added crispy bacon (crumbled) and finely chopped onion and used Campbell's Cream of Chicken w/ Herbs. Soooooooo good. Didn't have any leftovers so I'll have to make these again real soon.
Made a double batch - put 3/4 in the crockpot and 1/4 went to a non cooking friend (What's up with that???) We liked the crock pot version - we LOVED the version cooked in the oven at 350 for 1 hr. I did add about 1/4 c hot sauce per batch - and used cream of onion soup instead of cream of chicken. Awesome!
I have not tried this recipe, yet. I accidentally wrote a review for another recipe and it showed up here.
Okay but not outstanding.
I'm not sure if I'm really rating this recipe or not because I changed some things. I eliminated the butter and the velveeta, used 2 cups of shredded sharp cheddar, added fresh ground pepper, and added chopped red onion (only onion I had). I know that using frozen diced onions works in this too. I may use a little butter next time but it doesn't REALLY need it.