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Sausage Potato Casserole

Sausage Potato Casserole recipe
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This Sausage Potato Casserole is a comfort food classic that takes only 20 minutes to prep for the oven, thanks to the use of frozen shredded hash browns.
time
prep:
20 min
total:
1 hr 5 min
servings
total:
16 servings, 3/4 cup each
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posted:
8/16/2007
This receipe was soooooooo delicious; however, I added a couple of extras to it based on the feedback I read here. For the seasoning I added salt, garlic powder (instead of onion) and pepper to taste and what's better to go with potatoes than CHEESE! I used 1 package of shredded sharp cheese. I will definitely be making this again!
posted:
8/10/2007
I do not like miracle whip, so I substituted mayo, and really enjoyed this recipe. Although, I used half the mayo to make it a little lighter, and still thought it was delicious. I agree that it did need a little more kick, though, so added some chopped green pepper. Yum!
posted:
8/7/2007
Next time I will use less miracle whip, but other than that it was pretty good. Very quick and simple to make.
posted:
7/30/2007
I'm not a fan of miracle whip or sour cream, so I used real mayo and only 1/2 cup of the sour cream. Also, it didn't really heat through with it covered in foil, so I had to take it off and keep it in the oven for a while longer. With all the changes, it turned out PERFECT! Even the left-overs were eaten (and that rarely ever happens at my house). I would definitely recommend this recipe to anyone.
posted:
5/24/2007
I took some of the suggestions from other ratings and used only 1/2 cup each of sour cream and mayo and added 1 can of cheddar cheese soup. I also added some cayenne pepper for a bit more flavor and sprinkled mozzarella cheese over top during last 5 minutes of baking. Delicious!
posted:
1/30/2007
I would cut some of the sour cream and mayo out next time. I added the cheesy soup and it tasted just fine. I think I'll try the con queso soup next time as well.
posted:
1/22/2007
I loved this recipe. After reading the other reviews I reduced the mayo to about 3/4 cup. I also added a can of cheddar cheese soup. It was so good!
posted:
1/15/2007
Delicious if you like mayo/sour crem based casseroles. I find regular smoked sausage is the best for this recipe. Excellent for leftovers as lunch!
posted:
1/8/2007
My family wasn't crazy about the mayo taste so I would suggest maybe half the amount as the recipe calls for. I did add a little cheese to the top and used regular sausage.
posted:
12/18/2006
I made this recipe for my Sunday School class. They loved it. People were asking me for the recipe. I think the trick is not to substitute mayonnaise for the miracle whip. A little cheddar added to the top could be fun, but it doesn't need it. I am making it again tonight.
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