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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:
5/25/2006
My husband loved this, but I felt it was missing something. Haven't figured out what yet.
posted:
5/25/2006
I tried this but the potatoes were still half frozen and it is very difficult to mix all these ingredients in your average size bowl. I may try it again, but the recipe instructions definitly need tweaked.
posted:
5/17/2006
I was weary of trying this after reading the negative review, but I went ahead and made it and my boyfriend and I absolutely loved it. We used smoked Kielbasa sausage and added fresh garlic, red and green pepper, lots of fresh cracked pepper and salt, and cheddar cheese. We also melted a little cheese on the top. Yum! A great, hearty meal that's inexpensive and quick to clean up from--it all goes from the cutting board into one bowl.
posted:
4/28/2006
I thought this was super simple and delicious. I used all low fat products. I also sprinkled cheddar cheese on top and baked for an additional five minutes. It was a big hit at the brunch I made it for!
posted:
4/25/2006
I've liked every Kraft recipe so far, but not this one! Family could not eat it. We ate what we could, threw it out and popped popcorn for supper.
posted:
4/24/2006
I would try cooking it uncovered until the top is crispy. It tasted like it was missing something. I added cheese to the leftovers fried in a pan. A great improvement.
posted:
4/24/2006
Made exactly as directed. Not a serving left at my grandson's birthday brunch. Will double the next time.
posted:
4/5/2006
A coworker made this for a breakfast potluck we had at work one Friday and it was so good. I got the recipe for my family we all love hashbrowns and sausage hopefully they'll eat them together, if not more for me.
posted:
3/23/2006
My family and friends liked it, but next time I think I will omit the mayo and just use sour cream.
posted:
3/5/2006
I made this with turkey sausage. I also only used 1/2 cup each of ff sour cream and miracle whip, otherwise it would have been way too creamy. I was short on miracle whip so substituted a little ranch dressing and I also used onion soup mix instead of the onion/salt. It needs to cook longer as my potatoes were still crunchy after 45 mins. Its not bad, and did taste better the next day. Not sure if I'd make it again though.
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