I did add butter to the cornflakes on top. Required fields are marked *. Helps with stirring and cooking time. A post shared by Kyle Kete Moore (@ketecooks) on Dec 25, 2017 at 10:12pm PST. I have vegetarian guests quite often. Hi Christy! Thanks for the inspiration. They called it that because that's what they would take to funerals," Ree Drummond explained in an episode of The Pioneer Woman. Traditionally, it's made with hash brown or cubed potatoes, with canned cream soup, cheese and sour cream. Add the hash browns and mix together thoroughly. I’ve been making it in a 9×13 for years and it’s definitely very full but it still works. This is because of its ease and ability to serve a crowd. I grew up calling these Church potatoes. Sorry! I’m a vegetarian so I use either cream of celery or cream of mushroom soup, It would be nice if I could get the recipe to print. Funeral Potatoes are creamy, cheesy potatoes topped with buttery crunchy cornflakes. Funeral Potatoes are creamy, cheesy potatoes topped with buttery crunchy cornflakes. Source: My friends Ryan and Heidi Clark. I let the frozen potatoes thaw in frig before mixing casserole. It looks like it says 12 (Twelve) pounds of potatoes when in fact it is ONE 2 lb bag of potatoes. Store covered in the fridge for up to 1 day. Yes, you can freeze funeral potatoes. I have also used the Simply Potatoes cubes with onion and did the same thing. Success! Sometimes you just need to throw potatoes in a pot and fry them. You just do. Your email address will not be published. Extra ingredients give it a great taste. The only way to mess up these potatoes is if you undercook them. We make them with a large container of french onion dip instead of the sour cream and it adds plenty of flavor without adding extra onions or flavoring. Some people call these funeral potatoes but they are also called gooey potatoes or party potatoes. Some people like to use cubed potatoes and some like the shredded. Funeral potatoes? By signing up, I agree to the Terms & to receive emails from POPSUGAR. A very nice mashed potatoes variation. We have also always used crushed saltines for the topping but I think I will try with potato chips this week since I am now eating gluten free and am not a big fan of corn flakes. This is going with me to the next potluck dinner. Probably because the way the recipe is typed looks deceiving. It's easy to see why this side dish of cheesy, comforting potatoes with a potato-chip topping is Ree's most popular casserole recipe. I can't be left alone with a warm cinnamon roll or chocolate chip cookie. Now check your email to confirm your subscription. 1 (2 lb) bag of frozen cubed or shredded hash browns, 2 cups shredded sharp cheese, + ½ cup for topping, 2 (10.5 ounce) cans cream of chicken soup. Thank you! In a bowl, combine the sour cream, milk, soup onion, cheese, salt and pepper and mix well. This recipe is known as funeral potatoes because it’s traditionally served at funerals. Cook for a minute or 2 to cook out the raw flour, but do … Add the onions and cook, stirring occasionally, until the onions start to soften, 3 to 4 minutes. Totally would work. Whether it’s Christmas, Easter, or a summertime barbecue, you can be assured that these Funeral Potatoes will be on our dinner table. Get the recipe: Ree Drummond's funeral potatoes … There was an error submitting your subscription. Please try again. I like church potatoes much butter as the name! Are these ok to make the night before and then bake the next day? I was losing it, thinking 36cups of taters!? Can I freeze funeral potatoes, or make them ahead of time? I'm a mom of five, wife, and cookbook author living in sunny Florida. I am tired of wanting to print a recipe that requires 7 sheets of paper. Plenty of mainstream chefs and cooks have embraced the dish as well; even Ree Drummond “The Pioneer Woman” has a tasty-sounding funeral potatoes recipe of her own. This recipe is an OrIda Hashbrown classic. Some people call this casserole side funeral potatoes but they are also called gooey potatoes or party potatoes. (*I cook mine a little longer just to make sure they are done. Get your daily life hack right in your inbox. One of my family’s favorites! This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. I'm Christy Denney, and I eat everything. Looks perfect (and easy) for all of the upcoming holiday potlucks. You should try it! Learn how your comment data is processed. I know, it sounds a bit macabre. How funny? Sprinkle the flour over the onions and stir to incorporate. So many names for one little dish! I love this casserole so much! Lightly coat a 9×13 pan with cooking spray and pour in frozen hashbrowns in an even layer. My husband makes, but adds celery and uses crushed Ritz crackers. My friends the Clarks introduced me to them. My sister makes it with velvetta rather than sharp cheddar. Hi Christy! Cover top with corn flake/cheese mixture and bake an additional 15 minutes until potatoes are bubbling and top has browned. When ready to use, thaw in the fridge overnight and bake with the cornflake topping. Preparation. This didn’t turn out great for me, I put into one 13×9 dish and it took over an hour to cook, with the potatoes still under cooked! Add crushed cornflake topping before baking. Reserve for later. What soup would you replace the cream of chicken with? That gives it that little bit of extra something. I used Simply Potatoes Southwest hash browns and sautéd them first so they were partially cooked. I would like to see this site improved. Nothing like killing yourself with potatoes and sour cream, and cheese…don’t forget the cheese! Mix sour cream, 2 cups of the cheddar cheese, cream of chicken soup, and green onions in a large bowl. FUNERAL POTATOES. Cheesy, and crunchy, and hearty – oh my! I feel like mashed potatoes and gravy are reserved for Thanksgiving. You could use cream of celery or mushroom. Cover and bake potatoes at 350 degrees for 40-50 minutes. I use obrien potatoes, with onions and peppers instead of shredded potatoes. All you have to do is stir the bagged potato mix with water and pop in the oven. I don’t know anyone that likes crunchy potatoes unless it’s a french fry. When you get to the recipe, select current page only and you should be able to print recipe only. It’s really just personal preference. With layers of cheese and a crispy potato chip topping, this casserole is all things warm and delicious. Get the recipe: Ree Drummond's funeral potatoes. For some reason here in the Midwest, these are called Sorority potatoes and I have been making them for years for family gatherings. It's easy to see why this side dish of cheesy, comforting potatoes with a potato-chip topping is Ree's most popular casserole recipe. I don’t think I can call them funeral potatoes though! ONG OK!! I make this into 2 casseroles and freeze one.Also I use it for a main course. Mix the remaining 1/2 cup of cheese with 2 cups of corn flakes and butter. Make Chrissy Teigen's Delicious Orange Chicken, 17 Holiday Cocktail Recipes From TikTok That'll Make You Feel Merry, Bright, and Buzzed, 8 Holiday Jell-O Shot Recipes That'll Get You Lit Like a Christmas Tree, Kamala Harris's Family-Favorite Thanksgiving Recipe Only Requires 5 Steps, This Creamed Spinach Recipe Is the Most Indulgent Way to Eat Your Greens, A post shared by Kyle Kete Moore (@ketecooks). Please select the topics you're interested in: Would you like to turn on POPSUGAR desktop notifications to get breaking news ASAP? I like using green onions because then there’s no need to saute them before baking. A dish of funeral potatoes is a way to show your support and sympathy for a grieving family.To make them yourself, you could turn to Ree Drummond and follow the Pioneer Woman's go-to funeral potatoes recipe.The ingredients list isn't prohibitively long, and it isn't fancy either. Shredded potatoes cook faster. If you are looking for an alternative to that, this would be great also. I can tell it would be yummy! Some people call this casserole side funeral potatoes but they are also called gooey potatoes or party potatoes. Everyone has a recipe for gooey potatoes but this is my favorite version. The popular dish "originated in the Mormon community. We know this as “famous potatoes”. Sorry! By Ree Drummond Feb 18, 2015 Thin Fries. I’m sorry it didn’t work out for you! This recipe is known as funeral potatoes because it’s traditionally served at funerals. Preheat oven to 350ºF. Crush cornflakes lightly in a ziploc bag.