Canned artichokes, lemon zest, and parsley combined with a cheese trifecta of Ricotta, Swiss, and Parmesan make this surprisingly light, cheesy artichoke pie. It only takes 30 minutes to assemble and less than an hour in the oven!
There is a true beauty to one-skillet dinners, and it’s not just the fact that there is only one pan to wash.
It’s just very satisfying to place a skillet right in the middle of the table and scoop out essentially your whole meal. It’s family style dining at its best. (Just be careful of the hot pan!)
WHAT ARE FUNERAL POTATOES?
Funeral Potatoes are a cheesy, creamy, spoonable potato casserole usually made with butter, sour cream, cream of something soup, frozen shredded potatoes, and a cornflake or bread crumb topping. They are often associated with Southern and Mormon cultures, specifically the Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Relief Society (a women-led organization founded in 1842 and dedicated to serving those in need).
However, nearly every region of the U.S. its own version of this potato casserole under a different name. They’re sometimes called cheesy potatoes, hash brown casserole, or party potatoes, among other names.