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This was really good! I had a couplle cups less than a 2 lb bag. I followed the directions and added a little less of everything to balance out the potatoes. I also left out the butter and the onions just on personal preference. Very good basic recipe to work with. Thanks!

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adena mangis September 14, 2009

This was pretty good. I cut it in half, used lowfat ingredients, and added a handful of sliced mushrooms. It needed a bit more spice - and I think less potatoes. Maybe my proportions were off? I will keep playing with this recipe -it's a great jumping off point! Thanks for sharing.

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megs_ September 11, 2009

Yummmmy! Tastes even better the next day. Would recommend the cheese topping. Thanks!!

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Glynis Lenihan August 11, 2009

Great side dish for company and we loved eating the leftovers with eggs for breakfast the next day. Thanks for a keeper!

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Needles July 18, 2009

What could be easier than this! These potatoes are fantastic! So easy to put together, and absolutely delicious! I added a can of sliced mushrooms and about 1 cup of frozen peas. I love the added flavor of the parmesan cheese - I used fresh grated. Just wonderful! Thank you for another winner! Yummy!!!!

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kittycatmom May 23, 2009

Wow! This was the hit of my Mother's Day brunch. I had to print out the recipe for them right then and there. I used chunk style hash browns (not potatoes o'brien) I used cream of cheddar soup since I was out of mushroom soup, and I used a pre-shredded mix of cheddar and jack. I used half and half instead of milk. We will be making this on a regular basis, but I plan to try it as written. What a great recipe. Thanks for sharing it.

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Pesto lover May 11, 2009

I made this for Easter this year to go with the ham, it was fantastic! Doubled the recipe, baked as directed but left off the cheese. Reheated the day of after topping with some sliced green onion and the cheddar cheese. It wasn't as creamy as I would have liked, thanks to the potatoes soaking up a lot of the moisture, but was still soooo good!

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eknecht May 04, 2009

I was looking for the recipe for Cracker Barrels Hashbrown casserole recipe, but this is better than Cracker Barrels ! You can always trust a good recipe from Kittencal ! Thank you Kittencal : )

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Sandy Doenges April 28, 2009

Thanks Kitten! I have made this twice. The 1st time I followed recipe exactly, the second time I reduced the garlic powder by half. I think our family liked it better with less garlic powder. It's a great recipe. Easy to make. I will be making this often.

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FLYing4Me April 17, 2009

Fantastic! We loved, loved, LOVED this. It went together super fast which was great. I served this for Easter Brunch and we loved it so much I served it for my luncheon bookclub the next day. I served it with: #223393, #59635, #41264, and a simple fruit salad. Wonderful recipe. Next time I'll double it to make sure we have leftovers!

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Chef SuzyQ April 14, 2009
The Best One-Bowl Hash Brown Potato Casserole