Crunchy Potato Casserole Dinner

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You will love this Crunchy Potato Casserole Dinner recipe that makes a great side dish recipe at any table. The best part of this potatoes recipe is that it is a casserole recipe, and that means that this dish is very forgiving when you make it. Casserole recipes are great in that the ingredients can often be switched out if you do not have something that might be called for in the recipe, or if you simply do not like one or two of the ingredients. Casserole recipes are just that easy. As well, the proportions of the casserole recipes are often not that important in a casserole recipe, so you can add more or less shredded cheese, if you like, more vegetables, less meat, and so on, as you and your family prefer it. The other great thing about casserole recipes is that it is a great place for novice cooks to start their kitchen lessons and learn to cook. This is also an easy casseroles recipe to make because there is nothing to prepare for it. The potatoes for this delicious potato recipe come out of a package by using hashbrowns. So you just have to worry about assembling the various casserole recipes ingredients and then to bake them. So that means a novice cook can expect plenty of success with this easy casseroles recipe. Recipes such as this one for delicious potato recipe when they call for frozen and pre-packaged ingredients are good to have bookmarked. Then on those days when time is short, or your energy levels are just not up to making a dinner recipe from scratch, you can just stop at the local grocery store and pick up the various ingredients you need. Then simply toss them in the casserole dish when you get home, and be done with it. No one will complain about eating this crunchy potato casserole recipe. This easy casseroles recipe has plenty of potato nutritional benefits and potato nutrients to make it a healthy choice in your day.

This delicious potato recipe is the perfect comfort food, full of potatoes, shredded cheese and crunchy texture and flavor. This crunchy potato casserole recipes gets its crunch from the corn flakes that are part of the casserole recipes. Corn flakes are a great ingredient that helps make recipes extra crunchy. Corn flakes can also be used to coat foods that you are thinking about baking to get a crunchy finish. Corn flakes are a cheap and convenient recipe ingredient that has lots of applications in a variety of baking. You'll want to keep them around even if you do not eat cereal for breakfast.

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Nutrition Facts for: Crunchy Potato Casserole Dinner from Blog Chef
Ingredients: Frozen hash browns, salt, pepper, sour cream, cram of chicken soup, cheddar cheese, butter, cornflakes.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 6 servings.* Per Serving:Calories 463, Calories from Fat 274, Total Fat 30.5g 47%, Saturated Fat 14.8g 74%, Cholesterol 60mg 20%, Sodium 1042mg 43%, Potassium 460mg 13%, Carbohydrates 33.8g 11%, Dietary Fiber 2.2g 9%, Sugars 2.4g, Protein 14.2g, Vitamin A 18%, Vitamin C 16%, Calcium 33%, Iron 22%

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