Two-Cheese Scalloped Potatoes

  • christineschott Posted: 01/29/09
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    I disagree with the other reviews. This was a tasty casserole and fit well with the Cooking Light style - not as cheesey as other scalloped potato recipes but with some flavor, which came from the ketchup and worstershire. I did use thinner potatoes - about 1/8 inch thick because of the slicer I have. I'll make it again, mostly for casual family dinners.

  • TheDutchOven Posted: 03/08/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    For the love of GOD! Next time I will be sure to take the time and read the reviews. I was sucked into this recipe by the delicious looking picture. Come on, Worcestershire Sauce and ketchup... what was I thinking. That meal went down as the first real bad dish I've made.

  • Marge28 Posted: 04/04/10
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    I thought this recipe was great. I used sharp cheddar cheese instead of 2 varieties. The milk, cheese, ketchup mixture was a little runny but I had faith it would turn out ok. I modified the temp/time to 50 min at 375 covered and 20 uncovered and it was perfect. The potatoes were tender and delicious w/o being overly cheesy!

  • SaraEllen Posted: 02/20/13
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    I was looking for a lighter scalloped potato dish and this hit the mark. It wasn't overly seasoned but I did like the ketchup/worcheshire mixture, I thought it gave it good flavor. The only change I made was to add some salt and pepper.

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