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Fearing that this recipe might be just a tad on the bland side, I used crushed red pepper instead of regular pepper and well-seasoned breadcrumbs on top. Toward the very end of cooking, I broiled the dish for just a few minutes to make the top a little bit crispy. Served them with freshly grated Parmesan cheese on the table to sprinkle on top. First-class potatoes.

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Mille® August 12, 2002

This recipe was mmmmmmmmmm yummy....very creamy texture and not bland at all...I used garlic powder and parsley flakes along with Italian seasoned bread crumbs...very tasty...very good....I also served this with Italian dressing marinated grilled pork chops.

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Jan/Ohio August 13, 2002

Great ideas, Millie. Thanks! I've tried Italian seasoned bread crumbs before with this recipe , but I' ve never added red pepper flakes. I think I'll try that next time! The other thing you can do with this recipe is to chop up ham or peameal bacon into it. Delicious!

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Ranikabani August 13, 2002

Great recipe: I made the white sauce with soy milk so this dish could be served with meat dishes according to Jewish dietary laws. I also added additional seasoning and homemade breadcrumbs sprinkled with paprika for beautiful color. Big hit!!

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Miraklegirl November 24, 2002

These potatoes came out great. I had a recipe very simular to this but lost it a few years ago. I looked on recipe sites and in cook books but had no luck. One day on recipezaar and I have a great scalloped potatoe recipe. THANKS:)

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susan n.y. September 02, 2002

Tried this recipe to-night with my boneless ham in the crockpot. There was just the two of us so I cut the recipe in half. I also added a couple of sprinkles of dry mustard and paprika to add a little flavor. It turned out very well. The potatoes were moist and creamy and the breadcrumbs and margarine added just enough crispiness.

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joan in CNY January 01, 2003

thanks for a great SP recipe! we will be making this again. next time, i'll try italian seasoned bread crumbs, and add a little garlic salt.

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Melany * March 01, 2003

My daughter mentioned that she loved her school cafeteria's scalloped potatoes. So of course right afterwards she looks at me and says, Mom can you make some of those tonight? I did and this recipe passed my 9 yr old's strict standards with flying colors. This recipe is part of our regular dinner planning, thanks for posting it!

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Pooh Bear January 06, 2003

These potatoes were fantastic...I made them last night for my New Year's Eve party, alongside of bbq ribs and steamed cabbage...yummy!!! I did add red pepper flakes, tarragon, and monterrey jack cheese to the sauce. MANY, MANY THANKS FOR THIS GREAT RECIPE!

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Dee in Texas January 01, 2003

Absolutly delicious!!!!! Added seasoning like other people suggested so it wasn't to bland and it turned out great! Definately a recipe to try!

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Christina1780 October 26, 2002
Scalloped Potatoes