What are perfect casserole or recipes for potlucks, such as for work, church, family gatherings?
I'm working on a hub about this. Just looking for great ideas to link to.
I make this hash brown potato casserole with cornflakes etc.... It's incredibly cheesy and delicious, "Cheesy Hash brown Casserole" is the name maybe. I can't remember the exact name of it, but whatever it is, that thing gets eaten at any gathering and very quickly. I've seen it at at many functions too. In fact I was at a funeral luncheon yesterday and it was being served.
I have had this also and it's wonderful! (Well, anything with cheesy potatoes is yummy, right?). If you could find a recipe I would be a very happy girl.
Yummy! Someone brought a hash brown casserole to a work potluck before. So good!
I've done an amazing chicken, broccoli and potato casserole that is /to die for/.
I'm often faced with the need to take a potluck dish to church, but we live 30 minutes away so a hot dish is no longer hot. My solution is a cold pasta salad. One that is easy to put together is cook a pound (box) of pasta (we like the bow-tie shaped) and add a container of krab salad (the kind you get in the deli with artificial crab meat, onions, peppers, and a mayo-based dressing). I usually add some black olives, green onions, and a bit of fresh or dill or dried dill weed. If dry stir in some sour cream or Greek yogurt.
I have a carrot salad that is super healthy and super good that always goes over well: shredded carrots, few cloves of garlic, raisins, parsley, olive oil, honey, salt. My sister says she can successfully sneak this into gatherings where the offerings may not be so healthy and it gives people something positive to "think" about, like, "Maybe good food isn't all that bad after all."
Look up the recipe Shipwreck Stew. It is an oldy but goody. Many a church potluck has had this casserole. Serves many people and they Like it!
Shepherds pie is a standby that I use when my brothers are around. They love potatoes and it is hard for me to get them to eat veggies.
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