These are really great potatos for a tailgate. Put them in over night and they are ready to go to the stadium first thing in the morning. If using the O'Brian potatos watch the weight on the packages--they are usually only 12oz, so if you don't use close to three packages they come out runny.
Made this for Christmas for family and it was excellent. I used velveta instead of cheeder and used fresh peeled cubed potatoes rather than frozen but otherwise the recipe was unchanged. A welcome addition to this recipe might be some bacon.
Very easy and good. The hardest part of this recipe is chopping the onion! I did add a small jar of pimento for color.
Loved this, but used Cream of Potato soup because that made more sense to me and added 1/2C more cheese.
EXCELLENT!!! Everyone really liked these potatoes--will definately make them again!!!!
This recipe was a winner at the last potluck. Used fresh potatoes and nuked them for about 2 minutes (each potato) so they were softened before cooking and added bacon. Used more cheese too. Winner!
I got rave reviews with this. But I did substitute velveeta for the cheddar as I have always done. I also omitted the onion. These were done after 5 1/2 hours. Very very good! Very easy! Great for parties or potlucks!
This was so easy and so good. I love cheese and the easiness and cheese was just up my ally :) Thank you Made for PAC 09
Really good! everyone loved them.
Love these added 1 can green chili. Great!!