A New Way To Jazz And Mash Up Your Potatoes!
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Sure, mash potatoes are a staple for almost any dinner, but why not try something new, while still sticking to that beloved potato dish on the table? This recipe takes everything we love about a creamy and crispy twice baked potato, and puts it in a casserole, for everyone to share!
This recipe calls for a lot of dairy, so be careful if you have any lactose intolerant guests. You can also add to the recipe, by sprinkling the top of the casserole with some of the left over bacon bits, some parsley, and chives. This dish calls for a lot of potatoes. It’s a large casserole, and serves up to 16 people, generously. That shouldn’t be a problem, though, even if you’re not trying to feed a large crowd. It is so delicious you’re going to want to have plenty of leftovers!
Recipe and photo courtesy of The Food Network
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