Garlic Creamed Potatoes

"an au grautin version as the potatoes are peeled into thin discs."
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  • Preheat oven to 425 degrees.
  • In an iron skillet, heat cream and milk to simmer.
  • In the meantime, peel the potatoes and slice them into 1/8 inch discs. DO NOT wash them.
  • Wipe them with a damp towel.
  • Add them to the skillet with the garlic, salt and pepper to taste.
  • Return to simmer on stovetop.
  • Place in the oven and bake for 45 minutes or until brown crusts forms.

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  1. I enjoyed this very much! I cut it down to 1 serving, and used my small 6 inch iron skillet. I cooked at 425 for 25 minutes, then reduced the temp to 350. Mine was getting very brown on top (maybe because of the smaller serving size?) Continued to cook for about 15 minutes. They turned out really good....crispy on bottom and top, and smooth and creamy in the middle. Easy to make and delicious. Thanks for sharing! Made for Holiday Tag game.
  2. Scaled back for 3 serves and used 4 medium Charisma potatoes (low GI potatoes) and we all loved this side dish and I really appreciated the ease in making and cooking the dish. When making again I will do as other reviewers have done and sprinkle with cheese as I think this will also give it a more even colour. Thank you weekend cooker, made for Everyday A Holiday.
  3. These were really really good. I used baby red potatoes, as that's what I had on hand. I also sprinkled chedder cheese on top before putting it into the oven. My family just loved them. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for PRMR 2010.
  4. This was very good. I sprinkled some shredded cheese on top and baked some kielbasa sausage in my iron skillet and threw it in the oven as directed.
  5. The family loved this recipe, I made as written, although I also added some cheese to the milk and the potatoes were just perfect. A great way to serve potatoes as a side dish. Thanks weekend cooker for sharing a great recipe.


  1. Pretty much followed the recipe but I did substitute lemon pepper for the S&P & I didn't peel the potatoes (a preference of mine since I like eating the peel) ~ If you want nicer looking discs, of course, then peel the tatters! Anyway, I was very pleased with the results & the potatoes were delicious side to a pork dinner! Thanks for sharing! [Tagged, made & reviewed in Potluck Tag Game]


<p>Hello everyone, My name is Doug and I am the host of I recommend tag.I am in my early 40's, I am married, with two children. Michael 14, and katherine 10 . I started to learn to cook, after I got married, when my wife started working nights, and I couldn't get around because I had my entire left leg rebuilt. I just completed remodeling my entire house, and am very active at volunteering at my childrens schools.<br />Rating System <br />5 stars- Outstanding (4 out 4 ) in family enjoyed. <br />4 stars - Very good (3 out of 4) in family enjoyed. Will make no adjustments. <br />3 stars - good, might consider an adjustment <br />2 stars- Okay- will make adjustment <br />1 star- debatable I will make again, would with right adjustment <br />0 stars - Will not attempt again.</p>
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