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Dilled Potato Casserole

Delicious comfort food blends Parmesan and Gouda cheeses with herby flavor of dill

Column and photos by Ali Carter, Wisconsin Potato Growers Auxiliary

Ali Carter
Ali Carter

We have a super quick, very tasty, deliciously cheesy comfort food for you this month—Dilled Potato Casserole.

While I wish it were a great make-ahead dish, alas, it is not. I made the attempt not too long ago and found that, after a few hours of sitting in the fridge, my potato casserole had turned an unappetizing grey (I know, I know, how did I not realize that would happen?).

Luckily, this recipe is so simple and takes mere minutes to put together that its inability to be prepped ahead of time is not a deterrent.

Potato casseroles might just be some of the most flexible creations to ever come out of our kitchens.

My family enjoys the blend of Parmesan and Gouda cheeses with the herby flavor of dill, but feel free to use your favorite cheese combination in this recipe.

Consider adding a handful or two of chopped leftover ham to your casserole, serve with a side salad, and this becomes a fast yet filling weeknight meal to end a busy day.

Or serve the Dilled Potato Casserole as a side along with pork chops or baked chicken, and you have a fabulous meal to enjoy leisurely on a snowy Sunday afternoon.

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