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Recipe Request

At the request of a fellow Wednesday night church cook, I’m sharing the recipes for the potato casserole and the cherry salad that we’re having for dinner this week. We’ve been making these potatoes for 8 years, so we fondly call it “Cheesy Church Potatoes.” The Cherry Salad is a family favorite from Karla that will be a new addition to our menu this year. Her recipe for 10 servings will be multiplied many times for dinner on Wednesday night.

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Calvary’s Cheesy Church Potatoes

Serves 600

Makes 30 half size disposable steamtable pans, 20 servings/pan

120# shredded hashbrowns (24 5# bags), thawed

8# melted butter

12 50 oz cans cream of chicken soup

10# cheese, grated cheddar

18# sour cream

8# diced onions (4 2# bags frozen onions), thawed

16 Tbsp salt (1 cup)

 

Divide above ingredients into 12 batches: Each batch will fill 2 1/2 pans and make about 50 servings

2 bags hashbrowns (5# per bag)

2/3 # melted butter

1 50 oz can cream of chicken soup

3/4# grated cheese

1 ½# sour cream

2/3# diced onions

1 1/3 TBSP salt

Bake pans covered at 350*, stirring once after about an hour. Cook for about another 45 minutes covered. Stir again, and top with cornflake mixture. Bake an additional 15-20 minutes uncovered until browned.

 

Topping Mixture for 30 pans:

60 cups crushed cornflakes (about 4 34 oz bags)

4# melted butter

 

Cherry Salad Recipe, 10-12 servings

8 oz coolwhip

14 oz can sweetened condensed milk

1 can (13 1/2 oz) crushed pineapple

1 can (21 oz) cherry pie filling

Nuts are optional

Mix all ingredients, chill and serve.

Comments on: "Recipe Request" (2)

  1. Sharon Maszy said:

    Thanks so much.

  2. […] Calvary kitchen will make Cheesy Church Potatoes, Broccoli Salad, Salad Bar, and Banana Cake to accompany the […]

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