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Im from Minnesota as well. This is a very basic recipe. I added salt and pepper, 1/4 of an onion, 2 cloves of garlic and shredded cheddar cheese. It was delicious

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rehpotsirhc21 October 25, 2012

I'm from Minnesota too and I've always wanted to make it but never found a good recipe. I saw this and I thought of home. I added garlic & onion powder to the hamburger plus added some bacon. I used 1 can cream of mushroom & 1 can of cream of chicken. 1/2 lb of corn and 1/2 lb of green beans. Turned out really good. Thank you for posting your recipe!

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myriot November 09, 2012

I also hail from MN and man do we love our hotdish! This is a great and simple recipe that we just finished eating! Perfect for these chilly fall days! Also makes for great leftovers! I use frozen mixed veggies, and my mom suggested using cream of celery instead. I also sprinkled a little seasoned salt on the tots. Delish!

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MollyMa October 17, 2009

This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written. I used 2 cans of soup and 2 cans of corn. We liked this but thought it needed some seasoning such as salt and pepper. We also thought it would've been better with some cheddar cheese. We did enjoy it. Made for Spring PAC 2010.

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bmcnichol April 06, 2010

I am from MN also and this recipe is the same recipe I use!! My family LOVES this! I use frozen and canned veggies, whatever I have in the house! I also sprinkle seasoned salt on top of the tater tots!

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Amanda in MN September 22, 2009

Filling, cheap to make, and delicious. A definite kid pleaser.

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Marin's Mom March 27, 2008

Iv'e lived i Minnesota all my life. Tried this tonight for the family. Got 4 thumbs up. The only thing I changed was i used mixed frozen veggies. Tried lots of tater tot recipes and this one was one of the beast. Thanks.

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MnBiker March 22, 2008

Just thought that I would kindly point out that the entire midwest is known for all kinds of hotdish. This one and many others are popular where I'm from (and still) in Wisconsin. I didn't think Minnesota deserves all the credit. This is a bit different than what we make. Instead of layers, in our region, we mix it all together. Then top with tator tots and seasonal salt. Usually no cheese.

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julian8386 December 09, 2012

I'm also from MN...and this happens to be the same recipe I use...sort of. I use frozen veggies, onion tator tots, and spread a can of cheddar cheese soup on top. So so good!

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jenlikes2rock June 29, 2011

We are also Minnesotans. We like to vary the recipe; such as; we use cream of asparagus and then put asparagus in; cream of broccoli with broccoli; and so forth. You can add what ever you like and it must have cheese. One of our favs!!

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Tater Tot Hotdish