To vary this gratin, add tomatoes, caramelized onions, or other vegetables. It’s wise to put a sheet of foil on the bottom rack of the oven to catch any cream that bubbles over.
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Delicious! I make this every Thanksgiving and people always rave about it. It's also good with pork roast. It's nice for dinner parties as it can be made ahead. It can be lightened up by using milk instead of cream, and you can also add leeks or bacon or change it up a bit depending on what you have on hand and are in the mood for.
This has been on my list of dishes to try and after finally getting around to making it I can't believe I waited so long. This is excellent and came together fairly quickly. A real keeper!
AMAZING! So good that I feel like I need to reduce my other reviews by one-star. Yes, it takes a lot of prep work, but the long cooking time does indeed let you focus on other things. Paired with a pork pot roast, but lamb would go well, too. Seriously - recruit some friends to help with the prep work and make this! You won't regret it! Neither will they!
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