Mary Anne's Ham/Potato Casserole
By Colleen Porter brammasgoodies
Years and years ago, my sister, Mary Anne, had brought this delicious dish to a family brunch. It went over like hotcakes and was highly requested for family gatherings from then on. Everyone who has tasted this casserole, LOVED it! This isn't your everyday casserole. One bite and you'll know what my family has known for decades! ENJOY!
SPRAY 9" x 13" baking dish with PAM - set aside
About this Recipe
FRANCINE McElliott COOKIN4CADEN - Mar 2, 2012
HELP/want to make tomorrow for company & not sure if hash browns are frozen? Thanks
Colleen Porter brammasgoodies - Mar 20, 2012
Hi Francine. I apologize for responding so late. I haven't been on my computer in a while. In answer to your question... You mix the hashbrowns while they're frozen, with the other ingredients
FRANCINE McElliott COOKIN4CADEN - Mar 20, 2012
Thank you so much for this wonderful recipe! I went ahead & made it for my company & it was a big hit! She asked me for the recipe& she's a great cook ,so that was a sincere compliment. I thawed the potatoes overnight in the fridge-worked out perfect! Again, thanks& I'll be looking to make more recipes from you!
Colleen Porter brammasgoodies - May 7, 2012
Thanks Francine! I'll be sure to pass your comment along to my sister! For all the family gatherings and friends get together's, this dish has always been requested and remains a favorite! You can also make this ahead and freeze (without the fried onions). Take it out a day ahead and thaw before you bake it, top it with the onions and stick in the oven. Easy peasy- as my grandson would say :)