Scalloped Potatoes

    Scalloped potatoes are an Aussie favourite with the thinly sliced potatoes being cooked in a wide range of ways.

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    1hour30min

    These Gruyere Scalloped Potatoes have garlic, salt, thickened cream, pepper, nutmeg and Gruyere cheese. They are baked in the oven until bubbly and golden.

    Recipe by: Celeste

     
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    1hour

    With an abundance of zucchini from our vege garden we missed one zucchini which grew too big - so I decided to make scalloped potatoes with a twist by adding slices of zucchini as an alternate layer, therefore using less potatoes.

    Recipe by: aeve

     
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    1hour50min

    Eat them on their own or with meat and veg. These potatoes are so good, I could eat the whole lot myself.

    Recipe by: shazzieau

     
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    45min

    This is the perfect side dish for a barbecued meal. You can also make individual packets for each guest, but be aware they will cook much more quickly.

    Recipe by: 2doulas

     
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    35min

    Thinly sliced potaotes fried in olive oil then topped with red oinion, garlic, thyme and a tiny drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Baked with rocket and goat cheese.

    Recipe by: Scott

     
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    50min

    The classic side dish, essential at any holiday table along with the roast! If you don't have a potato ricer you can mash them.

    Recipe by: Nina

     
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    50min

    Nothing like a big dish of potato gratin for a feast or Christmas table! This recipe has both normal and sweet potatoes for a touch of difference.

    Recipe by: fioa

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