4 Reviews

This was delicious! I made 2 changes. I didn't peel the potatoes and I made one large dish rather than individuals (cooking time was the same). I liked the subtle flavor of the shaved garlic. Hard to believe this is so low-fat.

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Mikekey March 02, 2008

I used 1 1/2 teaspoon of dry thyme. This recipe reminds me of a leek soup. I love it and it's going to be perfect for my lunch this week. Thanks Toni :) Made for Photo tag game.

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Boomette March 02, 2008

This was an enormous hit at a dinner party. I followed instructions except did not spray the ramekins with oil during baking. I finished them and upended each in the center of a dinner plate. Not only were they delicious, but they looked great. No one could believe these were made without butter or cream. This recipe really makes the most of the potatoes and leeks. A lovely dish! Thanks, Toni!

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Chef Kate November 19, 2007

Great potatoes toni, thank you for posting this recipe! I did use chicken broth and the leeks were small so I used 3. I did have to add a bit more broth and sprayed the potatoes with olive oil cooking spray. Very nicely browned and crispy! The yukon gold potatoes worked very well for this recipe.

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lauralie41 March 13, 2007
Potato & Leek Gratin