YUMMY!!! Made this for the Aussie/NZ Recipe Swap #88 tag game and this was great. I made as instructed and I have never used Herbs De Provence in a scallop/ham recipe and it gave this a great flavor. DH inhaled it so there was nothing left. Will be making this again. Thank you for posting.
This was excellent as a main dish. I doubled the recipe and we had some leftovers for lunch. Sauce thins while cooking to perfection. I cooked onion before adding. Yum!
I served this as a side dish to roast chicken and steamed greens, for dietary reasons I did sub spring onion (green part) for the onion otherwise made as directed and had with roast chicken and steamed greens, thank you Baby Kato, made for ZAAR Stars tag game..
Delicious, came from my husband and it is. I doubled the recipe, so my husband had some leftover for his work dinner the following day. I also took the lazy route and used your "throw it all together" idea. Made for Everyday Holiday Tag game. :)
Wow this was amazing. I was a little worried when my cheese sauce was so thick, but after it baked it was perfect. I didn't have Herbs De Provence, so I googled it and made my own. Fabulous recipie that I added to my "only favorite" book. Thanks for sharing.
This is a hearty and delicious version of scalloped potatoes. I did have to skip the mustard because of my super picky DH. This is luxurious with cheese and Yukon Golds are my fav spud, whats not to love! The Herbs De Provence add a special touch. Everyone should love this elevated comfort food that makes a full meal but if you have young children you might want to use a milder cheese, for the adult pallet this is marvelous and a must try. Thanks so much Kato. :D
Fantastic!!! I made this as written, except, I added my own herbs (thyme, parsley and oregano) as I don't care for Rosemary, at all, and we aren't fans of peas, so left them out. I loved the little tang from the dijon mustard and the flavors of the additonal herbs. Total comfort food for me. Served it with corn and blueberry muffins. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for "For your Consideration Tag Game".