Cheesy potatoes are a delicious, filling dish that most people have eaten at least a few times. Cheesy potatoes are a great side dish or main course. Many cheesy potato dishes are easy to prepare and very high in calories and fat. Sometimes the calories are desired on a cold evening or after a long day working outside.
A cheesy potato casserole that began in Utah is known as 'funeral potatoes.' The dish is a tradition at Mormon funerals that spread across Utah and neighboring states. This cheesy potato recipe requires very little preparation. Grease a 9 x 13-inch cake pan. Mix 32-ounces of shredded hash browns and 8-ounces of sour cream in a bowl then spread the mixture into the pan. Use a large bowl to toss 3-cups of crushed corn flakes in 6-tablespoons of melted butter. Spread the corn flakes evenly over the hash browns in the pan. Bake at 350°F for 45 minutes.
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