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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.
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.
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
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!
This was good, a nice change from creamy cheese potatoe side dishes. Thanks
This was one my favorite side dishes of all. Will make again. thank you