These might not be the norm for Cheesie Potatoes, but it’s my version of them and they’re great! Creating something new in the kitchen is fun and exciting when you run across an item that turns out incredible, even if it is missing something on your first try, practice makes perfect. This is what I did when I decided to make my own version of Cheesie Potatoes, and they are wonderful. No complaints in this house!
* Garlic Salt
* Cheddar Cheese
* Mozzarella Cheese
* Kellogg’s Corn Flake Crumbs (you can find these in the bread aisle)
First, peel the potatoes (it all depends on how many potatoes to use, just judge by the cookware you will be using), then cut up your potatoes in small cubes. Once they are all cut up, drop them in boiling water and boil until tender, then drain.
Next, fill only the bottom of your cookware with a portion of the potatoes, add a few scoops of butter over the potatoes, then lightly sprinkle the oregano, basil and garlic salt over the top of the potatoes. Then, cover the top of the potatoes with the cheddar & mozzarella cheese, then top it with the Kellogg’s Corn Flake Crumbs.
Now, start another layer of potatoes on top of what you already have in your cookware, and repeat the steps above. Place in oven at 350 degrees until the cheese melts. Enjoy!
Also, in case you would like something awesome to go along with your Cheesie Potatoes, here is the recipe for our version of Cheese & Garlic Pita Wedges.