Easy Scalloped Potatoes

"This recipe is so simple and so good. Goes great with any kind of meat and vegetable. Adjust the amount of ingredients according to the size of your casserole dish"
 
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
7
Serves:
3
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ingredients

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directions

  • Start by slicing the potatoes about 1/8-1/4 inch thick.
  • You may peel them first if you like.
  • In a casserole dish, lay down a single layer of potatoes.
  • Put some onion of top if you like.
  • Sprinkle lightly with flour, salt, and peper.
  • (If you like it really creamy, add more flour) Place 2-3 tabs of butter on top Repeat the layers to the top of the casserole dish.
  • Pour the milk over the top of the potatoes until the dish is about 2/3 full.
  • Bake at 375F for 1 hour.

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Reviews

  1. Tugar357
    This is a great go to recipe. I screwed up and added foil to the top as I put a ham steak on the top when I baked it. My fault. The taste was spot on. Thanks for sharing. Easy to assemble.
     
  2. crystal.wade
    I have to tell you, every scalloped potato recipe I have tried, I have failed. This was THE BEST RECIPE I have ever made for scalloped potatoes! I have one kiddo who doesn't eat cheese, so this was PERFECT! All 3 of my kiddos loved it, as did I! So easy-peasy too! Thank you so very much for this now in my collection of recipes!
     
  3. Geri C.
    These are just like the scalloped potatoes my mother used to make many years ago. She didn't use a recipe and I was never quite sure of the flour and milk ratios, so I was happy to find this recipe. I've made them several times exactly as the recipe states and they are delicious. Thanks for the recipe!!
     
  4. lolablitz
    Such a great easy recipe! I love that you don't have to make the sauce in another pan. And it really is lower fat than the norm. I also like that is uses just 4 potatoes, perfect for my family and a cute little casserole dish.
     
  5. becky kreider
    used this for the first time last week, like the title says "easy", excellent!
     
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Tweaks

  1. crystal.wade
    I only twesked it in these areas - I added the rest of my heavy whipping cream (I only had about 6 tablespoons left) on each layer and sprinkled the flour on each layer. (Thank you for the added note on the flour part - I did just that). Then I added some milk to fill the pan up to the 2/3. I omitted onions, since this was my first time trying this recipe, I didn't want to wig out my youngest. ;-)
     
  2. Bride2Be 2
    I forgot I borrowed my casserole dish to my friend so I made this in a 9 by 13 pan. I had one layer and sprinkled everything on top but instead of onions I used garlic. I also added some mozza cheese. Very yummy. Fiance doesn't like scalloped potatoes but he loved these! Thanks!
     

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