Sunday, April 12, 2009

Crunchy Tater Casserole

"Happy Easter to Y'all"





The Dunkin Family was having an Easter brunch at John & Cheryl's house today, I was asked by Cheryl to bring a certain potatoes dish that someone on her side of the family always makes for gatherings. I was very please at the fact that she would entrust me with making this dish and I of course didn't want to disappoint her by not doing my best. She did say I could add whatever I wanted to the recipe so to make it more my own that is exactly what I did.


2 Lbs. - Frozen Hash Browns
1 Can - Cream of Chicken Soup
8oz. - Sour Cream
2 C. - Grated Cheddar Cheese
2 C. - Frozen Corn Kernels
4oz. - Diced Green Chilies
2 C. - Crushed Yellow Corn Chips
½ C. - Melted Butter
Salt & Pepper

Mix all of the above ingredients except the melted butter and chips. Place into a buttered 13x9 or individual ramekins. Mix the crushed chips with the butter and top your tater casserole. Bake in a 350 degree oven for about 1 hour.



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13 comments:

Joie de vivre said...

She entrusted you with one of her families sacred recipes? That is pressure! There is always that fear that it will, "not be how Mom does it" or whatever. I'm so glad it turned out well for you! Happy Easter!

Cheryl said...

It was delicious, I love the added corn!

Donna-FFW said...

Wish I could have been there with you guys!! This looks absolutely delicious!!

Melissa said...

Mmmm...this sounds super easy and delicious!

Selba said...

Happy Easter!

The casserole looks yummy :)

Katherine Aucoin said...

Your casserole looks so yummy and crunchy! I love everything you put into to it and hope you had a wonderful day!

teresa said...

Don't you love this casserole. I made something similar, but I think I'm going to have to try yours next time, I love all the veggies! Glad you had a good Easter!

Melody said...

Great changes to the recipe. I bet it was delicious. I love your creativity.

Cathy said...

We love tater tot casserole in this house and will definitely try adding the corn and chilis. And the crunchy chips on top of course.

Debbie said...

The casserole looks great. I wish I could dig into that right now!!

Amanda said...

That looks really good! My kids would love it!

Grace said...

corn chips are woefully underrated as a casserole ingredient. they add so much! great dish, marybeth, and i hope your easter was great. :)

Amy said...

That looks like it would be great comfort food. I love cheese and potatoes together.

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