5 Reviews

Amazing. I was skeptical about the use of hash browns, but decided to try it... It is amazing. I made it for Christmas and everyone loved it.

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michelle1172 December 26, 2010

Naughty but VERY nice! Made for supper tonight and although I have not served it yet - I have had two or three spoonfuls! I do not have any Velveeta cheese, so I used all cheddar - but I did use frozen rosti, which is very similar to hash browns - what a great idea! I cooked it for 45 minutes and just need to "flash" it later - a very easy and delicious gratin dish - made for ZWT3. Thanks! FT:-)

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French Tart July 08, 2007

Comfort food, without a doubt. I used cubed frozen hashbrowns. I also added chopped onion for extra flavor. I only baked them for 45 minutes because they were getting too brown on top. I'll use this recipe again (with my little changes). Thanx!

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*Parsley* July 07, 2007

Oh my these are terrific! I used a 1.5 lb bag of shredded hashbrowns, and let them stand for about 35 minutes before baking (step 2). The recipe turned out great. I baked for the full 1 hour and the potatoes were just perfectly browned. I will make these again for sure! Thanks for sharing. Made for Zingo- ZWT3- Nick's Mom

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Brenda. July 01, 2007

Yummy, and easy. I did use half butter and half margarine. The sauce came together smoothly and flavored the potatoes nicely. The texture of the potatoes was a bit mushy, undoubtedly due to the frozen nature of the potatoes :-) The ease of preparation makes the texture worth it.

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BarbryT July 04, 2007
Au Gratin Potatoes