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Diana, thank you for posting this wonderful potato casserole! The mixture of crushed corn flakes and melted butter atop was the crowning glory. I've had two dinner parties in the past week and served it at both dinners...everyone loved it. It is also good as leftovers, I just heated them up without a cover and they were as crispy on top as they should have been. I even had a container of them in the freezer from the first dinner party and when I defrosted and reheated them, they tasted just wonderful! This is a real winner. Be sure to defrost them thoroughly before putting the recipe together.
I always hate to "rain on the parade" when others love a recipe, but my family found this too bland and tasting too much of canned soup. We frequently don't care for things that have canned soup as an ingredient, so maybe this is just our personal hang up.
This is a recipe I have had before. I didn't know how to make it for years. So when I found it on this site, my family tried it and loves it. They have requested it again, so we're having it again tonight. It is truely a wonderful side dish. Thanks K.S. Oklahoma.
This was good, but a bit bland. I doubled it, so maybe I didn't get it mixed enough.
We call this Texas potatos and use the shredded hash browns. The flavors are wonderful and you won't be sorry that you tried it. Especially good with ham or BBQ brisket.
A friend of mine made this for our Christmas pot luck and this was the first dish gone in a flash!
Creamy, melt in your mouth texture and just felt great eating this on a very cold day here in Missouri.
The only change she made was that she added 1/2 cup of chopped green pepper and only used 1/2 cup of chopped onion. Oh, and she used butter instead of margarine.
This is a definite keeper for a cold day. I am sure this dish would make a great accompanier for a baked ham too.
Thanks for posting and my friend thanks you too!
Made this for Christmas last year, was so good. It was the only dish that was all gone. Making again tonight for a party, can't wait to eat it.
This is the same recipe that is posted on a local company Mr. Dell's Potatoes (frozen hash browns). We make this quite often for large family meals. This is a no fail recipe! I have found that I can cut the butter in half and it still comes out creamy and rich! Great to try with different soups - cream of mushroom, cream of celery are a couple that we like. Thanks for posting this one DiB's!
Thanks for this recipe. It is a keeper for any brunch or family Brinner (breakfast for dinner). Easy and delicious!