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Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Carrots

Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes and Carrots recipe
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Onion rings and thinly sliced carrots give this cheesy scalloped potato bake added flavor and color. It's an ideal big-dinner side dish.
time
prep:
40 min
total:
1 hr 25 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 2/3 cup each
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posted:
3/18/2006
My family thought it delicious. With the following changes: chunked potatoes, chopped onions, 20 baby carrots, half 'n half skim evaporated milk and water, light velveeta. Able to cut some of the fat grams, cholesterol and calories without loosing the taste and mouth feel.
posted:
3/7/2006
Super yummy! Kids would love it. I make it for my boyfriend to take to work for lunch. He loves it. Can't be that healthy, though.
posted:
2/20/2006
This was a very good dish. My family and I really liked it. Before I made this, I read other's comments and suggestions. I did not pre-cook the potatoes or carrots. I tried them shredded. After I shredded the veggies, I mixed all of it together, rather than layering the cheese sauce. I think that it cooked a little faster, but worked really well.
posted:
1/10/2006
This might take 15 minutes to prepare if you're a professional chef, but not to us average cooks. In saying that, it was definitely worth the wait. It was so good. Next time though I would not parboil the vegetables because they were completely cooked after I parboiled them, and so this dish was quite mushy and I would make extra sauce just to cover the whole dish. A note to the people who did not like the flour, if it tastes of flour then you didn't cook the flour and butter long enough and also the flour is essential in thickening the sauce, you could use cornstarch instead. Hope this helps.
posted:
12/11/2005
I thought that this recipe took a very long time to prepare - definitely not 15 minutes! This is the first scalloped potato recipe I have ever made where I had to pre-cook the potatoes. I also thought the flour should be left out. It did taste great though and I like the carrots. We also added cubed ham and chard.
posted:
10/15/2005
this is an easy and delicious recipe with a little twist to the ordinary scalloped potatoes. I always make this as a side dish with baked ham.
posted:
10/10/2005
I love it I think it is some of the best potatoes ever!
posted:
10/4/2005
Took this to a bbq over the weekend and it was a hit! And my picky children even ate it!
posted:
9/6/2005
This is a delicious side dish! My family loved it and have already asked that we have it again soon. A nice departure from my usual scalloped potato recipe.
posted:
9/4/2005
I would not add flour to this recipe. That is the only thing that I could taste!!
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