"Another old family recipe, handed down mother to daughter. I assume it is Irish, because it was from that side of the family, and it also makes a LOT! Fortunately, it is excellent reheated (and better the next day, too!) My mother always made this with leftover holiday ham, which makes it even more economical. Can be baked in the oven (very slow!) or cooked on the stovetop (my preferred choice)."
I personally prefer to cook this on the stovetop, as it gets done a LOT faster, but it does have the disadvantage of possibly burning the potatoes onto the bottom if you turn the heat too high. Just don't try to scrape too hard on the bottom when you are serving it up!
Peel and slice potatoes fairly thin if you will be baking the casserole. Cook for about an hour at 375 degrees (check with a fork after 45 minutes.)
Aluminum foil helps keep food moist, ensures it cooks evenly, keeps leftovers fresh, and makes clean-up easy.
Per Serving: 332 calories;14.4 g fat;
41.4 g carbohydrates;
10.7 g protein;
27 mg cholesterol;
1875 mg sodium.