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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.
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.
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!
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?
AWESOMESET! Loved the green beans, but corn is a very good idea! Great for family get togethers. -One Happy Chef
This was pretty good. Next time I am gonna try it with corn instead of beans.