The Best Scalloped Potatoes
It is always fun to read yet another claim for the best scalloped potatoes ever recipe. That is because every person who makes a scalloped potatoes recipe and different ways to cook potatoes usually has a recipe passed down to them from their mother, their mother’s mother, or even further in their history. There are a few things about this best-scalloped potatoes different ways to cook potatoes that stands out from the rest. The addition of grated Gruyere cheese and grated Parmesan cheese is a nice touch for this delicious potato recipe. This scalloped potatoes recipe starts with thinly sliced Yukon gold potatoes, which are a fantastic potato to cook with. They have loads of great flavor and are a beautiful color both when they are raw as well as when they are cooked; they also stand up well in the recipe.
For this delicious potato recipe, keep the skin on the potato. The potato skin adds loads of fiber to the recipe, a component of our daily diet that we too often neglect, and not get enough of each day. So leaving the skin on the potatoes for this delicious potato recipe will contribute a good amount of this important nutrient. Other ingredients that are interesting include two different kinds of grated cheese. In this recipe, both Gruyere and Parmesan cheeses are used, which provide a robust flavor to this potatoes recipe that will work well with the Yukon gold potatoes. Another ingredient that adds plenty of flavors is the stock that goes into this delicious potato recipe. You can use any stock that you might have in the freezer, or you can purchase a ready-made stock at the local grocery store. Either way, this ingredient will help to beef up this recipe. Minced rosemary is another fabulous addition for this delicious potato recipe Rosemary potatoes, made with rosemary and lemon and olive oil, is a fabulous dish on its own. Added here to the great cheese and the Yukon potatoes will help to make this dish sing. So there are plenty of great aspects to this claim of this recipe being the best-scalloped potatoes ever recipe. For this delicious potato recipe, no matter what, and everyone in the family will just love eating scalloped potatoes for dinner. And they can be made especially elegant if you have a dish like the oval one that the site used in the baking of their scalloped potatoes.
Different ways to cook potatoes include russet potatoes recipes, whole baked potato recipes, French fried potato recipes, mashed potatoes recipes, boiled or steamed potatoes, or chips, and more. Other delicious potato recipes and different ways to cook potatoes include fried potato recipes, roasted potato recipes, diced, or sliced potatoes, home fried potatoes and more. There are plenty of potato nutritional benefits that you get when you eat potatoes which will vary depending on the different ways to cook potatoes. Some of the nutrients in potatoes and benefits of eating potatoes include getting amounts of Vitamin C, with lesser amounts of protein, dietary fiber, and iron. With so many different ways to cook potatoes, they are one of the most versatile vegetables.
Thank you to Elise at the Simply Recipes site for sharing this delicious potato recipe for the best-scalloped potatoes. This is just one of the potatoes recipes and different ways to cook potatoes you will find on the site. Other recipes you will find on the site include breakfast recipes, dessert recipes, salad recipes, vegetarian recipes, main dish recipes, cookie recipes, soup recipes, dip recipes, gluten free recipes, cake recipes and more. *
Nutrition Facts for: The Best Scalloped Potatoes from Simply Recipes
Ingredients: Olive oil, onions, potatoes, Gruyere cheese, Parmesan cheese, salt, pepper, butter, soup stock, fresh rosemary.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet* The entire recipe has been calculated for 8 servings *Per Serving: Calories 457, Calories from Fat 211, Total Fat 23.4g 36%, Saturated Fat 10.2g 51%, Cholesterol 72mg 24%, Sodium 611mg 25%, Potassium 159mg 5%, Carbohydrates 57.1g 19%, Dietary Fiber 1.1g 4%, Sugars 42.3g, Protein 6.4g, Vitamin A 11%, Vitamin C 9%, Calcium 11%, Iron 7%
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