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Follow These Simple Steps For An Incredible Dish You Can’t Stop Eating
Some people may think it’s weird, but whenever I’m making scalloped potatoes, I honestly think it beats whatever entree I’m serving that day. I could enjoy this classic side dish for breakfast, lunch and dinner – and probably a little bit for dessert, too! I’ve also tried turning it into a full meal just by adding some ground beef. It turned out awesome!
Scalloped potatoes make the perfect side dish for your family reunions or any kind of get-togethers. It’s super easy to double, or even triple the ingredients and make these ahead for a large crowd, the night before.
This recipe does not include cheese but my little secret is to add some, every time I make these. It doesn’t even matter what kind of cheese; I always grate whatever scraps I happen to have in the refrigerator. You could also use half milk, half cream if you’d like a creamier dish, but I guarantee this is delicious just using milk, too!
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Quick Tip: Double the ingredients for a larger baking dish.