Potatoes Supreme

"This is delicious and easy to make. We use it for holidays, but could easily be part of dinner rotation. Can use real potatoes, or frozen shredded or obrien potatoes."
photo by Brenda. photo by Brenda.
photo by Brenda.
photo by Lori Mama photo by Lori Mama
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  • boil potatoes til slightly tender.
  • coarsely grate (or just use frozen shredded potatoes).
  • toss all ingredients to mix.
  • place in greased, shallow 1 1/2 qt baking dish.
  • bake 350 for 30 minutes or til hot, bubbly, and slightly browned.

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  1. Of course this tasted great, just look at all the great tasting stuff in there! I used frozen hash browns which made this so easy to put together. My potato-loving DD ate about half of this by herself, pausing between bites to say how good it was.
  2. DH told me "you can make these again". That is high honors here- LOL. These were a snap to put together and I actually prepped them earlier in the day and just took out and baked when I was ready. That is a plus in my book :) Made for PAC Fall 2009
  3. Wow, this was really good. I used regualar potatoes but boiled them too long so when I combined all the ingrediants they were more like mashed potatoes but everybody loved them like that anyway. Thanks!!
  4. I made this potato dish for our Christmas dinner and I have to say it was the one everyone raved about most, I used frozen hash browns..let them thaw a little then broke into quarters. Great recipe.
  5. This is very delicious and so quick and easy to make.I used the flat kind of hash browns since that's all I had on hand.I just cooked them for about 10 to soften them up then I just cut them into small pieces.It worked great.Great recipe!


<p>I am a mother of 17yr-15yr-12yr old children. I work 3 days a week outside of the home as a pharmacist. Dinner is always a sore subject for me, because there is never time to make it, and the kids don't eat it anyway. My goal this year is to just forget the kids and make what I think my husband and I want, and then they'll have to try new foods out of desperation! <br />I've noticed that I tend to give 4 stars as my top score when reviewing a recipe. Am I waiting for that once in a lifetime, mind altering taste? Or am I just too picky? Oh well.....</p>
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