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This was pretty good. I bought au gratin potatoes by mistake, but went ahead and used them anyways. I subbed in corn for the beans. After getting the dish put together, I froze it before baking. It took about 24 hours to thaw, then I cooked it for 45 minutes. Worked great. Only complaint I have is that using a mix as a base tends for a salty end product.

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Jadelabyrinth March 02, 2009

We made this with leftover Christmas ham. I doubled the recipe, but was worried about the amount of liquids, which I cut back on. It took about 15 minutes longer to cook, maybe because of being doubled. I did not add the cheese as we were having another dish with cheese for the same meal. Everyone here liked it, and the leftovers were gobbled up.

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Joellen1972 December 29, 2005

Quick, easy, and tasty... both my husband and my two year-old daughter had seconds. I used peas instead of green beans, and my potatoes were julianne cut instead of regular scalloped, but, the overall idea was the same. I'll be making this again- thanks for sharing the recipe!

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AmyMCGS October 11, 2005

Ok I guess but not hugely impressed. Needed more spices. Lucky I was eating it with a beef and beer casserole so the flavours could combine nicely. Could be in Aus we don't have the same scalloped potatoes mix?

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warramungas August 02, 2005

AWESOMESET! Loved the green beans, but corn is a very good idea! Great for family get togethers. -One Happy Chef

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TrinityBBall822 April 16, 2005

This was pretty good. Next time I am gonna try it with corn instead of beans.

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jolyn421 February 28, 2002
Ham Potato Scallop