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So here's the story...I thought I would make this while RVing...made the "sauce" in advance brought the Pyrex and shredded potatoes all in anticipation of baking this dish. After waiting over 45 minutes for my RV oven to "heat up" and getting a headache from the propane I decided on Plan B. I took the cheese mix folded in the potatoes and put the entire concoction into a slow cooker. I figured at this point I had nothing to lose. I cooked it on high for about 1 hour and then changed the setting to low and left for about 2 hours. I checked it upon my return and low and behold I had a dish that was respectable for the RV community potluck. I added the parmesan cheese about 20 minutes prior to completing the cooking. People enjoyed this casserole. I had some leftover "sauce" that I folded into some additional frozen potatoes and made latkes. They were especially yummy! The moral of the story...when your oven is on the fritz don't be afraid to drag out the slow cooker!
I followed this recipe as written and added some bacon cooked crispy and broke into pieces. I also like peppers in my cheesy potatoes so I added some chopped red peppers also. I have tried other recipes for potato casseroles but this is by far the best. This is always a great hit at pot lucks. Thanks for sharing.
Was hosting Ladies Bunco Night and needed an easy vegetable side chose this and was very glad I did! I doubled the recipe because I had a 32 ounce bag of cubed hash browns on hand. Got rave reviews by the bunco girls and several of them asked for the recipe. Absolutely delicious! Thank you for sharing your recipe!
I'm a sucker for tater casseroles and I've had some awesome ones and some not so awesome ones. This was pretty good. I used cream of mushroom soup because I couldn't find cream of potato and I added some Johnny's Garlic Seasoning (that stuff is like my Frank's Red hot I put that sh t on everything). It turned out awesome and was a big hit!!!