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Very Good!! I used turkey sausage and veggie "sausage" in place of bulk sausage. I also used a mixture of tofu shredded cheese mixed with lowfat shredded cheese. Calorie count probably isn't much better, but it helps with lowfat stats for our purposes. Thanks for the recipe!!!!

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Linda Jones October 30, 2002

I had Jimmy Dean Hot Sausage that I had to cook but not much on hand. I had some baby red potatoes but no shredded cheese. I sliced & boiled the potatoes like the recipe. Sprayed the casserole dish and layered potatoes and sliced American deli cheese. Just threw on the sausage, added milk & more slices. I skipped the spices since the sausage is very flavorful. Have to say it was pretty satisfying. Not healthy but....I will make it again.

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Sal from Maine June 04, 2013

One of those "what do I have, that I don't have to go out" nights. Made almost as directed, but added Hot sauce to the meat mixture, and sliced a shallot that was sitting around. It was very tasty - using spices I would not have thought to combine. Would probably make a good base to add other favorite ingredients. Thanks CChick.

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NurseJaney February 04, 2007

Excellent! I used frozen hash browns instead of sliced potatoes and left out the caraway since I don't care for the flavor. Otherwise I followed the recipe as written, and it was wonderful. Baking time for me was only about 35 minutes. Great comfort food, and my two-year-old loved it, too. Thanks for sharing, ChipotleChick!

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bunkie68 October 31, 2004
Sausage Potato Casserole