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How many of you have a staple recipe that is served during all holiday dinners?
For my family, that recipe would be scalloped potatoes. We all love them! My grandma, God rest her soul, was famous (at least in our family) for making some of the best scalloped potatoes this side of the Mississippi. Her spuds always tasted amazing and came out of the oven with that golden brown crust on top that made your mouth water. I think grandma would be proud of the following recipe for scalloped potatoes.
Now, my granny never put cheese in her scalloped potatoes so adding that simple ingredient to the recipe is taking a risk. my family is very picky about their taters. I think they will love them 🙂
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Quick Tip: This recipe is very easy to double.