Buttermilk Scalloped Potatoes

Buttermilk Scalloped Potatoes created by Annacia

Scalloped potatoes with a bit of tang from buttermilk. No need to make a white sauce. Great side for pork or chicken. PLEASE NOTE: In step 7, DO NOT BOIL the buttermilk, or it will curdle.

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  • Pre-heat oven to 350°F.
  • Coat the inside of a 2-quart casserole dish with nonfat cooking spray.
  • In a large zip-type plastic bag, combine flour, salt, pepper and paprika.
  • Add potato slices and seal bag. Shake until potato slices are coated with flour mixture.
  • Layer slices in casserole dish.
  • In a medium saucepan, saute onion in butter until tender, about 5 minutes.
  • Add buttermilk to pan and heat; DO NOT BOIL!
  • Pour mixture over potatoes and bake, uncovered, 1 hour or until potatoes are tender.
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"Scalloped potatoes with a bit of tang from buttermilk. No need to make a white sauce. Great side for pork or chicken. PLEASE NOTE: In step 7, DO NOT BOIL the buttermilk, or it will curdle."
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  1. gruntmadre
    Well, I used peeled russets, sliced them super thin. Tossed them in a bowl with flour, salt and paprika. Heated buttermilk and butter along with onion powder (flooding and painting made me stoop to this level) and schlocked them in the oven. At the temp and time that they were supposed to be done, they were still hard and yucky. I covered them and cranked up the heat. Half an hour later they were bubbly and delicious. SO, proceed with caution. My glazed ham has had to wait for these late bloomers, but they are yummy.
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  2. Jen in Victoria
    I used about 4 cups of sliced potatoes and loved the smell coming from the oven! However, the buttermilk curdled (though I did not let it boil), which did not make this dish very appetizing to look at nor eat. I think the tang of the buttermilk was a bit much for me - maybe a combination of milk and buttermilk would have worked better. Sorry for the negative review.
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  3. linguinelisa
    Buttermilk Scalloped Potatoes Created by linguinelisa
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  4. linguinelisa
    Really great scalloped potato recipe. I especially liked the flouring of the potatoes in a bag! I wound up burning my onions so I just left them out of the dish.....they were just fine without them. Thanks for posting. Made for Football Pool 2013.
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  5. CJAY8248
    Great recipe! I goofed and put the onions in with the flour and potatoes but it didn't hurt it at all. I really loved the tangy taste of the buttermilk. It certainly didn't hurt to have a recipe that was so easy to make either. I'll definitely be making this one again. Thanks for sharing.
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