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LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

Posted by disneyginger (My Page) on
Tue, Mar 18, 08 at 19:18

I have never made a Hash Brown Casserole, and one of the new in-laws to our family asked for it at our Easter Brunch.

There appears to be tater tot based casserole recipes to literally plain hash browns, and all sorts of these casseroles online that have cheese, sour cream and lots of artery clogging ingredients when I google or do other searches.

Which one is the best in your opinion?


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RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

This is the only one I have tried. My family likes it.

Hash Brown Casserole

Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

1 - 32 oz. hash browns-southern style
1 stick butter, melted
1/2 cup chopped onions
1 teas. salt
1/2 teas. pepper
1 can cream of chicken soup
2 cups sour cream
2 cups cheddar cheese

1 pkg. onion and garlic croutons
1 stick butter, melted

Mix first 8 ingredients together. Pour into 9X13 baking dish. Crush croutons and mix with butter. Put this on top of casserole.

Bake, covered, at 350 degrees for 1 hour.

Uncover last 15 minutes.

Can divide into 2-3 casseroles before baking and freeze. If freezing, do not put crouton mixture on top.

This came from my step-mother. She uses crushed potato chips on top for some crunch. The croutons give it a bit more flavor.


RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

That's the one I make!

RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

This one of Woodie's is always a huge hit with company at the cottage.


2 lbs. package frozen Hash Brown potatoes, thawed
1/4-1/2 cup chopped onions
1 lb. cooked, crumbled sausage (breakfast or Italian style - I use Italian) or cooked bacon or ham
2 cups shredded Cheddar cheese
8 -10 eggs
3 cups milk
S & P to taste

Spray 9 X 13 dish with cooking spray. Mix potatoes and onions, salt and pepper together and place in pan. Then spread sausage on top, then cheese. Beat eggs and milk (S & P) together and pour over other ingredients in pan, cover and set in refrigerator overnight.

Bake, uncovered, for 1 hour at 350*.

RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

I make the first one, too - usually using cream of celery soup instead of chicken.

RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

Thanks so much! This recipe will be on our table!

RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

I used a recipe that was in the Pope School cookbook but haven't made it in years. I remember that I liked it.This is for small portions but of course it could be doubled.
Saut'eed Roast Beef Hash
1 cup leftover roast or boiled beef ,cut in small cubes
1 cup boiled potates, cubed
1/4 cup fresh green onion,chopped fine
2 or 3 Tablespoons of diced green peppers
salt & pepper to taste.
Mix ingredients and add shortening to skillet. (I used a cast iron one) Add the hash and brown on both sides.
If you like you can serve with a Mushroom gravy.

RE: LOOKING for: Hash Brown Casserole Recipe

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