Cheesy Potatoes

Greek Seasoning II

Cheese plus anything equals good. When the added ingredient is potatoes it pretty much equals great. Cheesy Potatoes are a staple for our tribes large gatherings. Last summer I posted a cheesy potato recipe that we often use. But recently I cooked up a batch from a different recipe. This bad boy uses Greek seasoning and it’s the bomb! My sister-in-law introduced me to Greek Seasoning years ago. This plain Jane had never heard of it before but now I have several dishes that would NOT be the same without it.

Check it out…

Susie’s Cheesy Potatoes


1 two pound package of hash browns (diced or shredded)

1 can cream of chicken soup

1 ½ Tbsp onion flakes

1 pint of sour cream with chives (the chives aren’t critical- if you have plain sour cream it works just as well.)

2 cups shredded cheese (our tribe likes Monterey Jack, but Cheddar works well too.)

1 Tbsp Greek seasoning

Mix the soup and sour cream in a large bowl. Stir in the seasonings and then the cheese. Finally, add the potatoes. Stir well and place in a large, greased baking dish. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes.

Per our son’s request, I made several large batches of these for his graduation gathering. The recipe doubles well, I simply cook them in a small roaster. These are also an easy DoAhead. They can be prepared and refrigerated the day before serving. (Even better, they freeze well so you can prepare them far in advance. Simply thaw and bake according to instructions.)

That’s it sweet DoAheads. Another version of a veritable summer time staple!

Your DoAhead Friend,

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