This has become one of our go to favorites. Its so easy and simple to make, yet very tasty. Variations I've made when preparing it: 1) I always cook it 1.5 - 2 hours instead of 1 so the potatoes are more tender. 2) I generally end up just chopping the whole onion in one of those veggie choppers (I hate cutting unions by hand), and spread them out over the potatoes, and that has worked well. 3) I usually add two extra cans of diced tomatoes (for a total of 3 cans), or if I have extra tomato sauce on hand I'll spoon in extra to cover the bare spots(as one can generally isn't nearly as much as I like). 4) I've occasionally replaced about half of the potatoes with sliced zucchini (when I happened to have extra on hand), and it actually turned out well. 5) Sometimes I'll add a bit of garlic in with the onions, or salt the potatoes first with garlic salt (though I've done it either way, and its fine without).
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This has become one of our go to favorites. Its so easy and simple to make, yet very tasty. ...