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Cheesy Potatoes

Cheesy Potatoes recipe
photo by:kraft
Buffet table, meet best in class. From the creamy, hot potato bottom layer to the crispy, crunchy cracker topper, we’re talking seriously blue-ribbon material.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr
servings
total:
12 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
1/11/2010
I made this two years ago and wasn't impressed but decided to give it another try and I was still very disappointed by this recipe. I thought that the flavor of the sour cream overpowered the dish. I used sharp cheddar but it would probably be better with mild or american since the tanginess of the cheese and the sour cream was too much. Maybe reducing the sour cream and increasing the soup would turn out better? It was slightly better the next day but overall, i wouldn't make again.
posted:
11/18/2009
This was very tasty, but it was still a little dry and bland even though I followed some other suggestions and added butter and onions. I sauteed about a half a cup of chopped onions in 4 tablespoons of butter in a large pan. Just for a few minutes to soften the onions. Then I added the potatoes and stirred to coat them with the butter, before mixing with the soup and sour cream in a bowl. I also added salt and pepper. I substituted cream of celery soup since I'm vegetarian. I used the reduced sodium celery soup because it does not contain msg. I'm not sure if the cracker crumb topping really added anything to the dish, I may leave that off next time I make it. I will also increase the added butter (that I saute the onions in) by a couple of tablespoons in the hope that it will produce a moister dish. I think a few drops of hot sauce will give it some extra flavor.
posted:
11/5/2009
So easy to make and delicious! I crushed the Ritz crackers to a breadcrumb consistency (the photo looks like the crackers were broken into small pieces). This is now a "family favorite!"
posted:
10/30/2009
easy and tasts great!
posted:
9/11/2009
This is not healthy, but it is so tasty. I take it to every potluck or barbeque I go to and I never have any left to take home with me. Love it!!
posted:
6/7/2009
Easy recipe, but very delicious. The whole family loved it!
posted:
6/7/2009
great for large groups just double everything
posted:
5/24/2009
I have been making this recipe for years! The version I have is to add onions and corn flakes. But anyway you make it my family and friends always ask for a double batch when I bring it to an event! I never have any leftovers.
posted:
4/27/2009
This is one of my favorite potatoe dishes. I substituted fat free cream of chix soup and light sour cream for what the receipe calls for to make it a little healthier.
posted:
3/20/2009
Great for any meal!
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