Slow-Cooked Ranch Potatoes
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 7 hours.
I love crock pot recipes and this is a good one. I had some frozen cooked bacon I wanted to use up so I did not have drippings to add but it didn't seem to make a difference. I think I would even use real bacon bits from a bottle if necessary. I used Cream of Chicken soup since that is what I had. Red potatoes are always yummy so that was a hit. One per cent milk worked fine. Everybody loved it and gave it a very high rating!!
These turned out pretty good though they were done in way less cooking time so they were a little darker than I liked. The flavor was delicious!
Instead of cream of potato soup, I made a white sauce; left out the bacon. It was very creamy and delicious. Thanks, Lynn, for sharing this recipe.
Good but a little to salty for me.
Made as directed with additional milk. To me these were just OK. The sauce is thick and heavy. It is very salty with the ranch mix and bacon and I love salt. The flavor is just ranch. I could hardly taste the bacon. I don't think I would ever make them again.
After reading other reviews about this turning out a bit dry I cut the potatoes and bacon in half but used the full amount of the remaining ingredients. (Also used Cream of Mushroom soup because that is what I had.) They came out wonderfully "saucy" with the extra sauce good on a plain saut?ed chicken breast. I did add a bit of garlic powder and some salt and pepper. Next time I think I'll just brown a couple of chicken breasts and lay them on top of the potatoes in the slow-cooker with a sprinkle of paprika... easy-peasy one pot dinner! Oh, and 5 hours was plenty of time.
Made this yesterday. Didn't have cream of potato soup so used cream of onion and added garlic. Also used Yukon Gold potatoes instead of red. Excellent recipe! Was done in under 5 hours. Will definitely make again!
Cooked these in the slow cooker, then I just baked some chicken breast to go with them. Was a great easy dinner.
Didn't have time to make in the crockpot so tried them in the oven, nice option for a different side dish. My family is big on bacon so I added a little extra. Next time will add a little more milk to give it a creamier texture .Might also add some garlic or garlic salt.
Great recipe!! I didn't add the bacon; i'm not much of a bacon person. I think fried onions would also be good mixed in. I had it in the slow cooker for 5 hours and they turned out tender as can be! I will be making this for a side at Thanksgiving!