Tuesday, March 2, 2010

San Clemente Potato Casserole

{My crochet stitches are coming along...very slowly !!}



When I lived in California, a very good friend of mine gave me this recipe.
Yesterday I was looking for a side dish to go with a turkey breast I was making for dinner... I wanted something I could make in the morning and heat up later since I had a busy day.

Comforting and delicious !

San Clemente Potato Casserole

6 white rose potatoes ( I used red potatoes )- boil til done
1 can cream of chicken soup
1 pint sour cream
1/2 stick melted butter
1/2 C. green onions
1 C. cheddar cheese, grated

Gently peel potato skin away from potatoes.
Shred boiled potatoes in large bowl.
Add in remaining ingredients and mix well.

Transfer to 9 x 13 casserole dish.
Top with more cheese.

Bake at 325 for 45 min.

Participating in DIY Day over at a soft place to land and Foodie Friday hosted by the wonderful Designs by Gollum !





19 comments:

Ling said...

wow...that potato dish looks yummy...will have to try that one day

Kissed by an Angel said...

That potato dish sounds scrummy - and the best bit... easy!!! Thank you!!
xxxx

Mildred said...

Thank you for the recipe - it looks and sounds delicious - a good comfort food. I also love the colors in your crochet. Hope you have a blessed afternoon.

Teresa said...

Oh...Quenn B!
I know this is some kind of COMFORT food!!!
You always feature the most inticing comforting recipes!! xo
Why is it...that comforting food has to contribute to feeling UNCOMFORTABLE in JEANS!!!!!!
The crochet looks fabulous.
I have just started knitting! :o)
Isn't it relaxing.
xxooxx
I sure wish hubby and I weren't in Spring Training so I could make this...but you know what... I bet I could make it with all low-fat ingredients! xo

Cathy said...

I LOVE this kind of comfort food. The colors in your afghan are so beautiful and Spring like. Very pretty.

Jo said...

This looks delishious! I'll have to try this one out.

How I wish I could crochet.

Jo

Kathleen said...

Ooohhhh these look sooo delicious! I love how you photographed them. Great job.

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Those stitches will soon become a cozy blanket.
That banana pudding is calling my name.

andamento said...

Hi, thanks for visiting my blog! Your crochet colours are gorgeous too. I haven't tried a ripple yet (just learning!)

The potato casserole sounds yummy!

Anne.

tara said...

Sounds so good!! We love potato salad and if it has SC in the name, even more reason to love it! :)

danica said...

i think i just found dinner~looks soooo yummy!

danica

Sherry said...

Potato Casserole is at every holiday potluck I go to and I am always looking for a new recipe. Yummy!! Your dog was at the end of my scroll down and he/she is adorable.:)

Michael Lee West said...

I was looking for a potato casserole the other day and ended up roasting them--your recipe is going into my keeper file.
XX00

Mumsy said...

Looks so yummy!

Victoria said...

Mmmm potatoes and cheese always sounds good to me!

LoveCompanion said...

your stitching is so beautiful! I love the rainbow colors! ;) at first I thought that was the casserole *grins*,..;) beauty comes in beautiful ways, but all from the heart! hugs, Jenn

Anne said...

Oh yum! Those potatoes look so fluffy and yummy and the crochet is so pretty, too! Great job Queen B!

Sophie said...

Tasty alternative to mashed potatoes. I bet the leftovers are just as tasty!

Anonymous said...

These look delicoius! Can't wait to try them!
Leslie

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