16 Reviews

this is a great way to do Scalloped Potatoes....I omit all the flour and hot milk and just put some Cream of Mushroom soup...it works and is fantastic...especially with ham or peameal (back) bacon, and lots of cheese in the slow cooker....mmmmm think it's Scalloped Potatoes tomorrow - I cook them about 7 hours on low.....soooo good

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Ronnie1117 November 10, 2015

Five stars for ease in prep. but three for directions. I halved it but still used the full amount of flour The recipe does not say why you divide the cheese just that you sprinkle it on top, so half went between layers. Also, you should never sprinkle the cheese on so early, it should go on at the last few minutes of baking or you will have dried up cheese. Just some tips for new cooks! Made for I RECOMMEND, 2012

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pammyowl December 17, 2012

I really don't care what you call it, it's still a 'rose'. Let's not get bent out of shape over the name and focus on food. This recipe is easy to prepare, very tasty and well worth an open minded try. My only suggestion is to be careful about putting the cheese on too soon. Too long of a bake can ruin the texture.

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missystry November 24, 2015

very good recipe

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Abhishek P. November 19, 2015

I have a serious issue with this recipe and it absolutely nothing to do with the recipe itself. My issue is with the name of it. I would expect food.com to know that this is a recipe for potato au gratin (WITH CHEESE) and NOT Scalloped Potatoes which is made without cheese and with milk sauce in France called Bechamel. It's one of the basics. Am I being picky? I suppose that I am. It's just that a supposed expert food network should know the difference and automatically edit the name. BTW, good idea for T-Day. I will try it and let you know how it is.

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Anonymous November 17, 2015

Simple and tasty - for dietary reasons I used spring onion in place of the onion and used a lot more cheese and sprinkled a little smoked paprika before baking, I also scaled back for 4 serves and it baked up beautifully in the hour at 175C non forced fan oven. Thank you Dreamer in Ontario, made for I Recommend tag game and recommended by AZPARZYCH.

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I'mPat December 03, 2012

I made these to go with baked stuffed pork chops and they were delicious!

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Stacygirly September 12, 2011

These had great flavor but were a bit runnier than I like my scalloped potatoes.

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ChelseaW April 26, 2011

I can't believe how it can be so yummy without butter or cream. This recipe is really easy to do and so much flavor. Yum! Thanks Dreamer :) Made for I recommend tag game

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Boomette March 20, 2011

Tasty and so simple to make - very impressive dish. I did toss the potatoes with the salt & pepper before layering them so I did not end up with one salty layer and that seemed to work. I used 1% milk and low-fat cheese which worked out perfectly. Nice and cheesy and easy on time and my budget! Thanks for sharing such a great recipe!

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HokiesMom December 22, 2010
Simple Scalloped Potatoes