Potatoes Gourmet

"This is a quick, easy and flavorful recipe for a delectable looking side dish. I use frozen grated potatoes (thawed) to save time."
 
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Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Boil potatoes in skins and cool, peel and grate.
  • Combine with 4 Tblsp butter, melted
  • Stir in cheese until almost melted.
  • Blend with rest of the ingredients.
  • Put in a 2 quart pan sprayed with cooking oil.
  • Dot the top with 2 Tblsp butter.
  • Cover and bake at 300 about 25 minutes.

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Reviews

  1. pattikay in L.A.
    This is a great way to make potatoes. This is the same recipe my Aunt Jane gave my mom many years ago - it was always a hit at family gatherings. I always take the lazy way and use ore ida frozen hash browns - about 7 bricks does it for me. The only other thing I do differently is saute regular yellow onions (instead of scallions) in with the butter and then melt the cheese with it. Like the other reviewer, I also use a 350 oven. Adding a few slices of chopped canadian bacon is a nice option. This is substantial enough, I usually make it as a main dish, and sprinkle lots of paprika on top.
     
  2. Diva Nay
    We have this every year for Thanksgiving!! It's a fantastic recipe.
     
  3. *Parsley*
    These potatoes are sure to please everyone. I used thawed shredded hashbrowns..... that was a huge timesaver. I used light sour cream and some extra green onions. I'll use this recipe again. Thanx for posting it!
     
  4. PCrocker
    Awesome recipe! I had a cookout Saturday night and used this recipe as a side dish. Everyone loved it. I did have to increase the temp. to 350 degrees. I will be making this again.
     
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