Gratin

This traditional method of cooking potatoes and/or vegetables uses milk, cream and cheese combinations to make a great side dish or vegetarian main.

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1hour

This crispy-topped bake will win over even fussy eaters who claim they don't like vegetables. It's very convenient because it can be prepared in advance and baked just before serving. (Prepare through Step 4. Cover and refrigerate for up to 2 days.) Frozen vegetables can also be used.

Recipe by: Patsy Jamieson, Diane Temple

 
1 review
 
38min

These zucchini ‘boats’ filled with ricotta and gruyère cheese are a good source of bone-saving calcium.

Recipe by: Lynn Lewis

 
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1hour5min

The French have always known how to do good potatoes but this gratin method is my favourite. I like to make this when having a roast chicken.

Recipe by: Bibus

 
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1hour50min

Baked cauliflower is luscious as a side dish. Here it is layered with mashed potato, spinach and melted cheese.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

 
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1hour5min

A layered bake of sliced potatoes, celeriac and leeks with chicken, topped with cheese, makes a perfect dish for an autumn day. Serve with a tomato and green bean salad and some chunks of crusty bread.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

 
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1hour

Butternut pumpkin has a sweet, intense flavour and, when roasted with bright yellow corn kernels, makes a glorious vegetable treat for autumn and winter. It is particularly good with roast chicken.

Recipe by: Zoë Harpham

 
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1hour

This is a great vegetarian dish with lots of flavour or it is equally a good side dish to give a bit more spunk to the traditional boiled cauliflower and broccoli.

Recipe by: Kirsten

 
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1hour30min

A savoury, crunchy topping goes perfectly with the sweetness of pumpkin.

Recipe by: Lynn Cole

 
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50min

These potatoes are finished in the oven in a cheese and cream sauce. Ideal as a side with you favourite meats dishes.

Recipe by: Keri

 
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1hour5min

If two cheeses are better than one, then three cheeses must be better than two. You can experiment with different cheeses like Pecorino Romano or feta cheese and the result will be just as good.

Recipe by: Valeriel

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