Back in the old days, it seemed like there was a church potluck every other week. Every time it was a chance to try the things that other people had on a regular basis. Back then there wasn’t much in the way of international cuisine at potlucks, but every now again some new ingredients would spring up- usually either in casserole or dessert form. Church supper hot dish is one of the recipes from that era and fixing this has been a blast from the past.
Hot dish is is an invention of the 1930s and is a nice way to feed a lot of people with not a lot of money. It was first mentioned in a cookbook from the Grace Lutheran Ladies Aid in Minnesota in 1930 and that version had tomato soup and pasta in it. But, here’s the beauty of hot dish- you can make it with whatever you have on hand.
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