When You Pack Potatoes Into A Baking Dish, You Can Quickly Create A Party Favorite By Following These Simple Steps

Finding that perfect side dish to bring to a dinner party can be a tough task, especially when time is of the essence. You don’t want a recipe that requires you to be in the kitchen for hours, nor do you want one that requires a complex list of ingredients. You also have to factor in the amount of people that will be at the function.

So, what’s a relatively cheap side dish that folks will enjoy and won’t put a dent in your wallet? Fear not, partygoers, The One Pot Chef has a recipe that fits your needs. It’s a cheesy potato casserole, or, as he refers to it, a “Party Potato Bake.” To begin, boil a handful of potatoes for about 20 minutes. (They don’t need to be completely cooked.)

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While you boil the potatoes, sauté some Canadian bacon and onions in a medium-size pan. Slice the potatoes and pack them into your baking dish. Next, add on the Canadian bacon and onions and sprinkle on some cheese.

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In getting the desired consistency of the dish, the sauce is essential. In a saucepan, The One Pot Chef combines heavy cream and garlic and warms it up. Then he pours it over the potato bake.

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Stick the dish in the oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes. Serve and enjoy!

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Below, you can check out the recipe in video format.


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