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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.
40 min
1 hr 25 min
12 servings, 2/3 cup each
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I would not add flour to this recipe. That is the only thing that I could taste!!
I would add swiss cheese and then it sounds very good. I will try
adding cubed turkey was a nice add in to the casarole
The potatoes were a hit, I liked the fact that it contained veggies other then just potatoes. The prep time was much longer though and i added much more seasoning then called for. All in all a great dish! :)
This reciped went over great with all my guests. It went really well with the ham on Easter Sunday. Several stated that they were the best scalloped potatoes they ever had.
I served this recipe for Easter dinner for a family of 7. They loved it. I sent the recipe by way of your e-mail to my daughter Kelly in WVa. It was easy and I loved the idea of precooking the potatoes and adding the carrots. It was really tasty! There wasn't much left!! I love your recipes Asparagus was also good.
I did the same. Out of cheddar so I substituted Velveeta. Since we like it spicy, I doused on the red pepper and while we ate it, enjoyed it mixed with the bbq sauce remaining from the pan fried chicken we plated it with. I wonder what it would be like, cooked with the bbq sauce? hmmmm?
I was out of chedder cheese, so I used Velveeta instead. Besides, Kraft advertises Velveeta as being better than chedder. It turned out good, though I cut the recipe in half (that's a LOT of food) and it took a lot longer than 15 minutes to prepare.
This was a hit in my home! It was the best cheesy potatoes I've tasted. I am going to make this recipe again next week.....A+
This recipe was simple and took very little time to make. I substituted baby carrots cut horizontally (instead of the medium carrots, diagonal-cut as it called for) and it turned out beautifully. I would recommend removing the foil after 20 minutes so that the potatoes on top turn a golden brown. I also sprinkled extra cheese on top--it was great!
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