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Scalloped

100% real scalloped casserole potatoes in a creamy cheese sauce.

2.2 oz, 4.9 oz, 7.8 oz

(13 Ratings)
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rhah said: Posted: 4/24/2014 5:29 AM
i used to love betty crocker scallop potatoes my grandmother make me. I found box at kroger last week on sale and i bought 4 boxes, i not had scallop potatoes since early 1990s. These had so much salt I gag on them, they are instant heart attack. I look at box and says 450mg salt per serving (insanely small size) and 5 servings in a box = more than 2000mg of salt in a single box. I throw all boxes in garbage and wasted 30+ min of my life to make this trash. I wonder when one day the court system will allow to sue a company like this that kill peoples health with so much salt. After reading many reviews of how betty crocker will ruin all recipes with so much salt, I will no longer purchase their products.
 
jdaxx said: Posted: 12/8/2013 11:54 AM
Microwave: Quick and easy. 1. Stir potatoes with sauce mix, 2-1/2 cups hot water, 1/2 cup milk and 2 tablespoon margarine or butter in 2-quart round microwavable casserole or bowl. 2. Microwave uncovered on High 10 to 15 minutes, stirring every 5 minutes, just until tender (sauce will thicken as it stands). Dish will be hot.
 
tunalover said: Posted: 4/10/2013 3:46 PM
I love the Scalloped potatoes and the Au Gatin potatoes. But one thing i do that really makes them much, much better. About two hours before preparing, put the potatoes in a medium size bowl and fill with enough water to cover them. Let sit for a couple hours and drain before use. This will re-hydrate the potatoes and make them more tender like fresh potatoes. Cook as directed, but reduce water by about 2/3 of a cup. Use same amount of milk, but I replace the milk with Carnation evaporated milk. I also mix in a cup of shredded extra-sharp cheddar. Put another cup of cheese on top about 5 minutes before cooking is complete.
 
cats1usa said: Posted: 1/6/2013 9:08 PM
I love them, but I throw away the seasoning and make my own sauce using real cheese and milk. Much less SALT as I and MOST ALL Americans get way too much salt in everything today. Between salt and Sugar we are killing ourselves. But I am too lazy to peel and cut my own potatoes. So I buy BC on sale. It's much faster and well, I wish they would just sell dried sliced potatoes.
 
pavlov68 said: Posted: 12/9/2012 10:35 AM
TOO MUCH SALT!!! After having scalloped potatoes since I was a child, I decided to make them after not having for several years. It was so salty, it was inedible!! What has been done? Product consistency is key for food products. I shall never use any of any of your products again until the formula is changed to original. In addition, I will email everyone in my contact list asking them to do the same. Please let me know when the original is back.
 
WhisperPntr said: Posted: 9/1/2012 10:34 AM
These are now salt licks and I have officially sworn off all Betty Crocker food items and refuse to try them even if they are FREE. It started with potato buds, I gave their 4 cheese potato failure a chance but now my favorite scalloped potatoes? Really? Enough. I am buying Idahoen cheese potatoes and Idaho spuds potato bits from amazon.
 
ENUF-SALT-TO-LAST-A-YEAR said: Posted: 5/9/2012 5:42 PM
I have been purchasing BC Scalloped Potatoes literally since I was a child. The product was ALWAYS consistent. Now all of a sudden, SALT! SALT! SALT! My tongue actually burned after a bite or two. What did you do to this wonderful product? Why in the world would you mess with perfection? I have never thought twice about purchasing a BC product. You can bet I will now -- and Scalloped Potatoes are totally off my shopping list.
 
dkhm213 said: Posted: 4/25/2012 5:43 PM
Yeah! I really liked using the microwave for fixing all of the potatoes. Gave me time to do other things to prepare for my meal. And cleanup was a lot easier. Didn't have to stand over them to make sure they weren't sticking or getting to dry. BRING BACK THE MICROWAVE DIRECTIONS. I have been buying other brands.
 
tchernandez said: Posted: 2/19/2012 4:33 PM
I also have been buying this for years. All of a sudden - way too salty. And the contents of the box (4.7 oz) seems to be smaller than before. two stars only Tip: add Hungarian paprika for flavor, but look for another brand with 20% less salt.
 
Mac52 said: Posted: 1/30/2012 8:25 PM
OMG! What have you done to these potatoes???????! I've been eating them for years and years. About 2 months ago I bought a box and found them so salty that I threw out the leftovers. Then I got another box last week, forgetting the salt problem, and again they were so salty I couldn't finish them and threw out the leftovers. I'm no salt free, low sodium type. I'm a great cook and these casserole potatoes are one of the few "boxed" foods I make. I won't be buying them again, much to my disappointment. Did you add a carton of salt to the others as well? How can you ADD salt to a product that probably was too salty for many to begin with? And, let's not forget the trend toward low/no salt diets. Well, you're bucking the trend, aren't you? Has anyone at your test kitchens tasted these lately???? Wise up! Get rid of the salt!
 
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