October 3, 2007

scalloped potato casserole

scalloped potato casserole

This summer, I made this recipe a lot. It actually got to the point that my hubby kept asking me if I was making this again, everytime we had people invited over.

We entertained a lot these last couple of months, so this was really easy. A big no brainer, actually. This can also be done up a bit earlier, leaving you to do other prep work for food, because it bakes in the oven for 50 minutes or so. Most everyone loves potatoes and this is a yummy way to eat them, a hit with the young and old.

I have also layered it with sweet potatoes and it's really good that way too.

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scalloped potato casserole

4-5 Potatoes, sliced thin (I sometimes use sweet potatoes or both)

1 onion sliced.
1 cup milk
1 cup mayonaisse
Cheese, shredded (your choice) to sprinkle

Slice potatoes (I don't usually peel them) and layer in 9 x 13 in. pan with sliced onions. Continue layering potatoes and onions.

Mix milk & mayonaisse until smooth and pour over potato mixture. Sprinkle with cheese of your choice (I usually use old cheddar) .

Bake covered in 450°F oven for 50 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Let stand 5 minutes before serving.

Recipe adapted from: Scalloped Potato Casserole, kraftcanada website

2 comments:

Kristina said...

Looks like it tastes good, but can't possibly be good for you ;) Cheese... mmmmmm.

Maki said...

Well, it's not too bad. I just sprinkle cheese on top instead of between each layer, unlike the original recipe asks for.

I guess you could also play with the mayo proportions or use light mayo too!

Then it's not all so bad, but I can't guarantee how tasty it is :)

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