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These were really good. i left out the butter and milk but did add a little water to the corners. I did sprinkle on about 1/2 tsp garlic powder and about 3/4 tsp onion powder before adding the corn. I baked mine covered and then when they were done I uncovered for an additional 15 minutes. These are easy and healthy. Thanks for the recipe.

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Cilantro in Canada October 14, 2008

Nice change of pace from other potato casseroles. I made a half recipe in a round casserole pan. I did not add any milk, and the potatoes were plenty moist without it.

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Ginny Sue September 04, 2006

Excelllent side dish. I only used one can of cream corn but did add extra milk. May add some cheese next time, however, it was terrific just as posted. Thanks looneytunesfan

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Tebo May 21, 2006

This has always been one of my favorite ways of cooking potatoes. The only difference when I make it is that I make layers of the cream corn and potatoes, adding a sprinkling of sliced onions, flour, salt and pepper in each layer. I pour some whole milk over all, inserting a knife to make sure it gets down through the layers. Then I top with buttered cracker crumbs. Cheese is also good sprinkled in the layers and on top. Yumm!

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MarieRynr March 01, 2006

This was good, a nice change from creamy cheese potatoe side dishes. Thanks

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robik2423 February 26, 2006

This was one my favorite side dishes of all. Will make again. thank you

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bugsbunnyfan January 10, 2006
Scalloped Potatoes & Corn Casserole