Why Mash Your Potatoes When They Can Swim In Cheesy Bliss?
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Why not make your next dinner party or family gathering a little easier for you? We all want to make an impression when it comes to serving a beautiful dinner, and side dishes are no exception. A filling flurry of creamy crispy potatoes swimming in a velvety cream sauce – now, that’s what I call a crowd-pleaser! This dish is easy to prep, and bakes to perfection.
This recipe serves 6-8, depending on how hungry your guests are! Although, they’ll probably go for seconds even if they already feel stuffed – just because these delicious potatoes are so hard to resist. My Mom used to make these for our family reunions and they were always such a hit! There was no way we would ever have leftovers, which was a shame. I would have loved having these for lunch the next day (I highly recommend making double batch!)
This might seem like a lot of work, but if you’re using a mandolin slicer, it will be a breeze. I bet, though, that your family is willing to help you with the prep work as soon as you mention you are making this dish.
Recipe and photo courtesy of 12 Tomatoes.
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