4 Reviews

This smelled so good! .... but something is wrong with the time on this. Gay Gilmore says it must be her oven because it took twice as long to cook. Believe me .. it's not the oven. I baked mine for an hour and a half, then let sit for 2 hours and reheated for 40 minutes. It STILL was not done. I sliced my potatoes on a mandoline so they were very thin. I weighed the potatoes, too. (I love my scale).. Anyway... they still aren't done. They are in my refrigerator now and I guess I'll try microwaving them sometime today to try to at least salvage some of it.

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luvmybge March 27, 2007

My oven is finicky and this took me almost twice as long to cook, but the flavors are delicious. Used the food processor to slice the potatoes and lots of fresh sage from the garden. mmmmm. will make again.

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Gay Gilmore February 05, 2005

Just made these for Christmas Eve dinner -- everyone raved. I didn't have any sage, so I used a bit of poultry seasoning, which is mainly dried sage. Even without it, it would have been fabulous. The top gets really crispy and nice.

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LoLoM December 24, 2004

We were given three wedges of Asiago cheese a couple days ago and in looking for ways to use it, found this recipe. The results were excellent. I didn't have cream so used a can of low fat milk instead which lessened the fat and calories. Also used ground sage since fresh wasn't available. As I said, the results were excellent! Thanks for posting it.

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Joanne Bryant December 16, 2004
Asiago and Sage Scalloped Potatoes