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    I can't be bothered with anything too fancy, so this is mine..

    Hand sliced potatoes, parboiled before layering in dish (slice them first, made the mistake once of trying to slice them after...).

    McCormicks Scalloped potato mix. 1x onion finely diced OR 2-3 chopped shallots for a bit of green colour. Cream/milk as per the packet. Good handful of Parmesan cheese mixed into the mix. Pour over potato. If I can be bothered I'll layer half, pour half the mix, layer the rest of the potato then the rest of the mix. Top up with milk/cream if required so top layer of potatoes are just covered. Sprinkle with more grated Parmesan and some cheddar to get a nice brown cheesy crust on top.

    Only takes 30-45 min in the oven 🏻

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    Slice sweet potato and potato
    Mix together 3/4 tub of cream and stir through garlic and onion/spring onion & salt and pepper
    Pour small amount of cream mixture in between each layer
    Pour remaining cream over last later and top with cheese

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    Default How do you make potato bake?

    Please for the love of god keep sweet potato out of your bakes!!!!

    You either love or HATE sweet potato, I'm in the latter camp. I get sooo upset when I go to tuck into a potato bake and discover sweet potato.... It can reduce me to tears 😩😩😩

    It's good enough without that grossness

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    I rub baking tray with garlic clove then in a saucepan warm the garlic clove sour cream and cream and a few sprigs of thyme with knob of butter and grated nutmeg. Then poor a little of the liquid in the baking tray, then girst layer of thin potatos, then repeat til liquid and potatos run out. The tyme sprigs go on top. More grated nutmeg on top. Cover with foil and cook remove foil for the last 20 mins or so. Its divine.

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    So many potato bake deliciousness-es!
    We don't do onion (in anything) as it makes me sick. I used to put bacon through the layers but think I prefer it just on top. I don't think I use enough cream so I think mine ends up a bit dry and needs a bit more creamy 'sauce'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Please for the love of god keep sweet potato out of your bakes!!!!

    You either love or HATE sweet potato, I'm in the latter camp. I get sooo upset when I go to tuck into a potato bake and discover sweet potato.... It can reduce me to tears

    It's good enough without that grossness

    I'm not a huge sweet potato lover. I don't hate it but I can definitely live without it!

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    I do the standard sliced potato (in food processor if it's a big one) & onions... cooking cream with French onion soup mix (yes the packet stuff!) mixed in & poured between layers of potato & onion... then cheese on top... sometimes I layer pumpkin & sweet potato aswell

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    I just want to cry I love potato bake, lots of cream and cheese and potato layers with salt and pepper.

    But I'm dairy free because of DS3 and this thread is killing me waaaaaaah

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    Default How do you make potato bake?

    I use Dutch cream potatoes, sliced with the mandolin.

    Then the usual cream and milk, fresh minced garlic, season the potatoes with garlic salt and add grated cheese and shallots and fresh chopped Italian parsley in each layer.

    Bake in the oven.

    (If I ever make it meaty, I use fried, diced up speck).

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    Diced onion and crushed garlic microwaved with a big chunk of butter for a few minutes. Then I peel and dice my potatoes and mix into the butter. Add a splash of milk and microwave for 10 minutes, stir and microwave again. Than cover with grated cheese and bake at 180 for 25minutes.


 

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