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I absolutely love au-gratin potatoes I will order them by default anytime I am at the steakhouse. Most of the time, though, they are considered a side dish – but it doesn’t have to be that way! This recipe has a unique twist.
If you’re like me, you’d be happy to have just au-gratin potatoes for dinner, seven days a week, and you wouldn’t get tired of them! With this recipe your family might not think you’re crazy anymore, because you can now amp up the side dish and turn it into your main course. Not only do these potatoes have the normal cheese and somewhat normal bacon, but these also have full boneless skinless chicken breasts which actually turns this in to a complete meal.
Not only is this easy but with the addition of the boneless skinless breasts it is relatively healthy as well. This would be perfect for your next pot luck or tailgate party. Please let us know how yours turns out and as always please share with all of your friends.
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Quick tip: Use a mandolin slicer to speed up making this dish!