Durango Potato Casserole
Total TimePrep: 35 min. Bake: 25 min.
Makes12 servings (2/3 cup each)
Sorry, but my family thought this casserole tasted like hot potato salad. Not a favorite and won't make again.
If there is any left...my family loves it even cold..I also add sour cream .Sooo goodgood
Made this for a family reunion and everyone loved it and asked for the recipe.
<p>This recipe is pretty good. Could use more seasoning in the mayo mixture. I did put some in but will add more next time because it is worth making again.</p>
Absolutely delicious! Well worth any pans or dishes you have to wash! Any dish worth making is easily overlooked by having to clean up afterwards. I just clean as I cook, doesn't bother me at all. Definitely adding this recipe to my collection!
I don't see how this is difficult in any sense. It's easy enough and easily adaptable if you want it to be less work, i.e., purchase ready-to-use potatoes. This one's a winner, flavor wise. Try it with chorizo -- goes so well with the tex-mex flavors.
This might be a little work and a few dishes, but it is worth it for this wonderful dish. It is great for breakfast or brunch, but it also is great served for dinner and guests love it! Don't be swayed from preparing this because of having to clean a few dishes and utensils.
Although this looks tasty, it also sounds like a lot of trouble! A pan for cooking te potatoes, another for cooking bacon, another for baking?! Surely this could be modified for less mess. Cooking a dish before having to cook it again is a little much.
WOW & WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!