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Best Cheesy Potatoes Ever Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Keya Crusan, Morley MI
Added: Monday, August 31, 2009

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
5lb bag of red skin potatoes
Large block of Velveeta cheese
1 block of cream cheese
2 bundles of green onions
1 medium size package of deli ham

Directions:
Directions:
Chunk potatoes into chunks an boil till done. While potatoes are boiling cut ham, green onions into small pieces and put into a large bowl. Add half the block of Velveeta cheese cut into chunks to the top of that and the cream cheese to the top of the Velveeta. When the potatoes are done drain and pour over the top of the other ingredients and let set for a few minutes to soften the cream cheese. Mix well with the mixer. We love them with lots of cheese so sometimes I add more cheese to the mixture this will depend on your taste. Then cover the top o the potatoes with more Velveeta and microwave till cheese is melted. This is the potatoes that we have to take to every cookout and get together. Family and friends will love them.

Note: Can be made without green onions, depending on preference.

 

 

 

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