Sunday, November 22, 2009

Gratin Dauphinois

Gratin Dauphinois, originally uploaded by ParsecTraveller.

A specialty from the Dauphiné region of France. This savory treat consists of thinly-sliced potatoes layered with garlic, herbs, and Gruyère cheese in a dish filled with milk. The dish is then baked for at least an hour, or until the potatoes come out tender and delicious.

Serve with a succulent roasted chicken on a cold winter night.


Chiot's Run said...

MMMMM, potatoes and cheese - how can you go wrong. I'll have to try this. My latest potato craze in potatoes hasselback

Parsec said...

Yeah a gratin Dauphinois is delicious!

And I just looked up potatoes hasselback - those look incredible! I will have to try them!