Recipe Box, Tator Tot Bake with Crispy Onions

I had some frozen Tator Tots leftover from making Brown Sugar Bacon Bundles and decided they might be just the perfect side dish for BBQ pork at our recent Winter Warmth & Wishes supper

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This is just a humble little throw together casserole and it isn’t likely to win any beauty contests

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But!  It’s fast, easy and tasty!

Tater Tot Bake thepaintedapron.com

It’s actually green bean casserole with Tater tots instead of green beans 🙂

Tator Tot Bake with Crispy Onions

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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1/2 bag frozen Tator tots, defrosted

1 can condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup

1/2 soup can milk

1/4 cup Greek yogurt or sour cream

2 oz crispy onions,  about 1/2 bag Fresh Gourmet Crispy Onions

pepper to taste

Place thawed tots into a cooking oil sprayed baking dish.  Mix soup with milk and add yogurt or sour cream and season with pepper.  Pour over potatoes.  Bake at 350 for 40 minutes. Top with crispy onions and return to oven for 5 more minutes to brown.  Serves 4-6

This casserole was great with BBQ

BBQ pork thepaintedapron.com

See Juicy Details below for how to make this, “do ahead” BBQ pork

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for another printable version of Tater Tot Bake with Crispy Onions click here

Enjoy!

Juicy Details

Look for Fresh Gourmet Crispy Onions near the croutons and salad dressing in the grocery store

BBQ Pork Butt:  Coat a pork butt with a BBQ seasoning rub and cook it low and slow on an outdoor grill until done.  Let the meat rest for 30 minutes loosely covered with foil.  “Pull” or shred pork while it is still warm and place it in a baking pan or crock pot and blanket with your favorite BBQ sauce and cover.  Turn crock pot on low or cover pan with foil and place in a slow oven, 200 degrees, until serving

To print these directions for BBQ Pulled Pork click here

Another favorite Potato Casserole, with NO processed ingredients,  is Sinful Scalloped potatoes here.  It is made from simple, fresh ingredients,  potatoes, cheese, cream and is quickly put together.  Very impressive for guests and a little goes a long way~

perfect scallopsed potatoes thepaintedapron.com

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Comments
6 Responses to “Recipe Box, Tator Tot Bake with Crispy Onions”
  1. Lynn says:

    Sounds good and pulled pork really-really sounds good:@)

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  2. Marigene says:

    Pulled pork is a favorite here…the tater tot casserole sounds yummy…to be truthful, I didn’t know they were still on the market. Those scalloped potatoes look delicious…I never have good luck making them, the sauce part always separates. I am going to try your honey’s recipe.

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    • I think you’ll find this recipe for scalloped potatoes super easy Marigene! I much prefer real ingredients and the “real” scalloped potatoes really aren’t much harder to make than the convenience food Tater Tot casserole, hope you enjoy~

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  3. Looks good, Jenna and so does the bbq pork. Been awhile since I did bbq. Need to do that next week.

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  4. Mary says:

    Love your tater tot casserole with the traditional green bean ingredients Jenna! We were just talking about the fact that it’s time for us to smoke a butt 🙂

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  5. Miz Helen says:

    I love the flavor of your Tator Tot Bake, Jenna! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great week.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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