Thursday, March 17, 2011

Hashbrown Casserole, Revisited

     One of my favorite things that my mamaw makes is hashbrown casserole. It's very similar to the one at Cracker Barrel, but I think hers is better. This week was my second time making this dish, and I thought I would add some smoked sausage to make it a main dish casserole.  I guess you could eat cheesy potatoes as your main dish without any meat, but I feel like most things seem more like a main course if they have meat included.

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This cheesy potato dish is great any time of day. This time, I made it for breakfast when out of town guests stayed for New Year's, but just last week my grandma made it as a side for Christmas dinner. Sorry, there is no picture. I was entertaining said guests. About $6 to make 12 servings.

1 2-lb bag hashbrowns-thawed ($2.38)
1 can cream of chicken soup ($0.59)
1 pt sour cream ($1.34)
1 stick butter-melted (no wonder it's so good!) ($0.15)
1 c chopped onion (or sprinkle dried onion)
2 c grated mild cheddar ($1.45)
1 tsp salt
1-lb smoked sausage, sliced
2 c cornflakes (or rice chex), crumbled ($0.10)
4 Tbl melted butter($0.07)

  • Mix all ingredients, except topping, together in a large bowl
  • Spread into 9x13 baking dish
  • Add topping
  • bake @350 for 1 hour

1 comment:

  1. I used to make this all the time! Oh how I love it!! I used to add ham but I love the idea of smoked sausage, thanks!


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