My mom used to make these party potatoes for family gatherings. They go especially well with Kahlua Baked Ham and Warm Cinnamon Applesauce. When I made the meal below, I served them with Sweet Corn Stuffed Peppers and Zucchini Tomato Casserole.
Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix all ingredients together except parsley and potato chips and pour into a 9 x 13-inch greased pan.
Top with parsley and potato chips and bake for 1 hour. This Cheesy Party Potato recipe is fantastic. Whether serving it to your family or for a special gathering like Mothers Day, you might want to double, or even triple, this recipe. It is usually the first thing to go!
I made these cheesy potatoes for some out-of-town guests the night before Thanksgiving and served them with ham, our favorite pineapple casserole recipe and a salad. Boy do those things go well together!
I made a couple changes this time. First, I used cream of mushroom soup so my vegetarian daughter could eat it. Next I used flavored potato chips from Target. I think they were Baked Potato flavor with green onion, bacon and cheese flavorings. Instead of using regular potato chips, these were so tasty as a topping!
With a sprinkle of parsley for color, these potatoes were tasty and looked great on the plates. We use parsley or paprika on alot of dishes not for flavor but for color. I always tell my daughter, "you eat with your eyes before your mouth so make your dishes LOOK good too."
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