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Mo, I've used a glass 10x12 Pyrex or a large deep 8" casserole. Of course,
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Posted to Thread #12069 at 2:52 pm on Sep 26, 2008
you will need to judge the amount remaining after you're done testing...and testing....and testing.
When bringing it in for pot-luck luncheons at work, I label it as "Mashed Potatoes with Caramelized Onions"---since some folks hesitated the first year when it was called "Russian Potato Casserole". They wanted to know what the "brown things were"...ie, caramelized onions.
[I work with a LOT of recently-graduated college-age men.]
Get asked for the recipe every single time. By the women.
The texture will change a bit if you reheat in microwave. Thankfully, the taste is still a killer. Oh, and confirm your potluck dish actually FITS in the microwave at work or you will be forced to scoop out and reheat in portions. Please don't ask how I know to put this warning here for you.
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Other messages in this thread:
- 12069. YooHoo, Richard in Cinci....Thanks for such a great recipe! Rec: Russian Potato Casserole with [LINK] - orchid - 11:08pm on 09/25/08 (6)
- This one is legendary. [NT] - Michael in Phoenix - 2:03am on 09/26/08
- Amen to that. [NT] - MarilynFL - 1:24pm on 09/26/08
- What size casserole do you usually use for this? [NT] - MoNJ - 2:01pm on 09/26/08
- Mo, I've used a glass 10x12 Pyrex or a large deep 8" casserole. Of course, - MarilynFL - 2:52pm on 09/26/08
- oh boy, comfort food at its best! Is the Lipitor baked in? [NT] - AngAk - 4:51pm on 09/26/08
- I put this in my Master Cook and scaled it waaaay down. There are just 2 of us. [NT] - orchid - 2:54pm on 09/26/08