Potato Dauphinoise

It's a trendy side dish you often see in restaurants, but it's essentially a potato gratin.

Recipe By: Deepseafish (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/269)
Serves 4~6 Prep: 10 min Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Maris Piper potatoes 400g
Garlic 1 clove
Salt 1 tsp
Pepper 1/2 tsp
Nutmeg 1 tsp
Milk 200ml
Double cream 250ml
Grated cheese 20~30g

Method

1
Peel the potatoes and slice the potatoes 1-1.5mm thick. You can use a food processor or slicer, of course.
2
Put the slices into a bowl and add the salt & pepper. Rub these ingredients together well. The starch comes out from the potatoes, but do not wash it.
3
Put the slices into a deep pan. Add the milk, cream and nutmeg and stir well. Preheat the oven 200C.
4
Boil the milk on a high heat. Turn down to medium and cook for 5 minutes. Stir regularly, or the potatoes at the bottom will burn.
5
In the meantime, prepare the baking tray by rubbing scored garlic onto the surface.
6
Pour the cooked potatoes and milk mixture onto the train. Cover with the cheese and put in the oven for 10-15 minutes.
7
When the top becomes golden brown, it's ready.

Tips & Note

This is a very basic Dauphinoise recipe. You can add sliced onions or anchovies as you like, to create your own recipe.
If you use a smallish tray, the height will be more and you can then see a millefeiulle effect.

Potato Dauphinoise

It's a trendy side dish you often see in restaurants, but it's essentially a potato gratin.

Recipe By: Deepseafish (https://cookbuzz.com/kitchen/269)

Serves 4~6

Prep: 10 min

Cook: 15 min

Ingredients

Maris Piper potatoes 400g
Garlic 1 clove
Salt 1 tsp
Pepper 1/2 tsp
Nutmeg 1 tsp
Milk 200ml
Double cream 250ml
Grated cheese 20~30g

Potato Dauphinoise

Recipe ID :1624 Posted on 29 JAN 2016

Serves 4~6

Prep 10min
Cook 15min
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It's a trendy side dish you often see in restaurants, but it's essentially a potato gratin.

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400g
1 clove
1 tsp
1/2 tsp
1 tsp
200ml
250ml
20~30g

Method

Prep
10min
Cook
15min
1
Peel the potatoes and slice the potatoes 1-1.5mm thick. You can use a food processor or slicer, of course.
2
Put the slices into a bowl and add the salt & pepper. Rub these ingredients together well. The starch comes out from the potatoes, but do not wash it.
3
Put the slices into a deep pan. Add the milk, cream and nutmeg and stir well. Preheat the oven 200C.
4
Boil the milk on a high heat. Turn down to medium and cook for 5 minutes. Stir regularly, or the potatoes at the bottom will burn.
5
In the meantime, prepare the baking tray by rubbing scored garlic onto the surface.
6
Pour the cooked potatoes and milk mixture onto the train. Cover with the cheese and put in the oven for 10-15 minutes.
7
When the top becomes golden brown, it's ready.

Tips & Note

This is a very basic Dauphinoise recipe. You can add sliced onions or anchovies as you like, to create your own recipe.
If you use a smallish tray, the height will be more and you can then see a millefeiulle effect.

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