Supreme Scalloped Potatoes

Supreme Scalloped Potatoes

"For a true down-home dinner, serve these creamy potatoes alongside your favorite roast beef. When I know I have a full day ahead, I'll assemble this casserole the night before. --Erla Burkholder, Ewing, Illinois"
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55 m servings
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  1. In a Dutch oven or large kettle, cook potatoes in boiling salted water until tender. Cool completely; shred and place in a large bowl. Add 1 cup cheese and onion. Combine remaining ingredients; pour over potato mixture.
  2. Transfer to a greased 2-1/2-qt. baking dish. Sprinkle with remaining cheese. Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees F for 35-40 minutes or until bubbly.

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I made a few changes based on other reviews and thought this was outstanding. I will never try another recipe. I used 5 lbs of potatoes, thinly sliced, did not boil- just baked. Used a 15 x 1...

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I didn't think that this recipe could go wrong with all the rich ingredients, the fat content:) and the reviews, but my family thought that it was only O.K. I kept adding things to it as I was e...

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I made a few changes based on other reviews and thought this was outstanding. I will never try another recipe. I used 5 lbs of potatoes, thinly sliced, did not boil- just baked. Used a 15 x 1...

Wow, I will never make the boxed scalloped potatoes again!!! I used Yukon Gold potatoes, which I did not shred, but rather sliced. I also changed the chicken soup for cheddar soup and left out...

I sliced potatoes with food processor. I didn't have cream of chicken soup, so I substituted fat free cream of mushroom. I left out the butter, used fat free sour cream, but added 2 cups of chee...

I followed a previous reviewer's suggestions and didn't boil the potatoes. I thinly sliced them horizontally and mixed them with the other ingredients. I also lightened the recipe by using fat...

Made these for Easter dinner, and the flavor was good but WATCH OUT as the bake time on this recipe is understated. And you don't know the potatoes are under-done until everyone has them on the...

I didn't think that this recipe could go wrong with all the rich ingredients, the fat content:) and the reviews, but my family thought that it was only O.K. I kept adding things to it as I was e...

If you love cheese you'll love these. This recipe is good for freezing. I'm feeding only two so I always freeze half of it for later. When I'm rushed or tired it's great to pull out and pop in t...

Didn't change the recipe at all. Boiled the potatoes the night before to save time, refrigerated them until I was ready to cook the casserole. I added a bit extra cheese over the top. Great reci...

I sliced the potatoes thinly with a food slicer, and layered all the ingredients into a casserole dish, baked for 1hr 10 min., simply delicious!

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