Rich, Creamy, Cheesy Ranch Potato Casserole

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Kelly Williams

By
@WildfloursCottageKitchen

LOVE potatoes! So I concocted this one in hopes of smashing my diet. Best to just get it overwith in one shot. Less painful.
(Photo from bing images.)

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
8-10
Prep:
15 Min
Cook:
1 Hr

Ingredients

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  • 1 (3 lb.)
    bag frozen cubed hash brown potatoes, thawed
  • 2 (8 oz.) pkg
    cream cheese, cubed/cut up
  • 1
    can cream of potato soup
  • 1
    can cream of chicken soup
  • 2 (1 oz.)
    envelopes hidden valley ranch dressing mix
  • 2 cups
    shredded sargento mexican 4-blend cheese
  • 1 cup
    durkee fried onions, regular or cheese-flavored

How to Make Rich, Creamy, Cheesy Ranch Potato Casserole

Step-by-Step

  1. In large bowl, blend soups and cream cheese. Microwave til creamy and cheese is melted, stirring occasionally. Stir in well, the dressing mix, then fold in 1 cup (half) the shredded cheese, then the potatoes. Fold well til all potatoes are coated. Pour/spoon into lightly greased 13x9 glass baking dish, mashing down a little, and spreading in pan evenly. Sprinkle top with rest of shredded cheese.
    COVER and bake at 350º for 50-55 minutes. Uncover, top with onions. Bake UNCOVERED for another 5 minutes or til onions are lightly browned.

    *Nice additions:
    1 cup diced, fully-cooked ham.
    Cooked, crumbled bacon (4-6 slices).
    Sauted onions.
    Sauted mushrooms.

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About Rich, Creamy, Cheesy Ranch Potato Casserole

Course/Dish: Potatoes, Side Casseroles
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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