Originally a British import, scalloped potatoes are now an established North American favorite. Creamy and satisfying, this quintessential comfort food features thin-sliced potatoes layered in a casserole dish, seasoned with onions and cream, and baked until bubbly on top. The result is a rich, golden-brown side with a pleasingly crusty top—perfect in the winter and holiday season. Scalloped potatoes make a delicious accompaniment to just about any meal, like a Thanksgiving turkey or Christmas ham. Layer in vegetables, mushrooms, or ham and extra cheese to make it a meal-in-one. Try one—or all—of our best scalloped potato recipes.
Perfect for a no-fuss family supper or last-minute dinner party side, this one takes only about 10 minutes to prepare and uses just one pan. And chances are, you already have all the ingredients in the pantry.
Savory and buttery tasting with a pleasing Panko bread crumb crust, this rendition of the classic is seasoned with parsley and white wine vinegar. Use a food processor to quickly slice the Creamers.
If you’re trying to ease up on the decadence, try this recipe lightened with low-fat milk and mozzarella, plus chicken broth. Thanks to the salty ham, it’s still nice and hearty.
Vegan or no, you’ll love the creamy goodness and play of textures of this scalloped potato-inspired one-dish meal: decadent béchamel sauce and crunchy broccoli florets, sprinkled with crisp garlic breadcrumbs.
Just in time for the holidays, this pretty (and nutritious) dish adds the tang of aged goat cheese and garlic to mild Creamer potatoes and sweet pumpkin puree.
If you are a traditionalist, you’ll want to make the all-time favorite: layered Creamer potatoes in a casserole with sharp cheddars and the beautifully browned top, seasoned with chives, thyme, paprika and parsley. Set the dish hot from the oven onto the holiday feasting table.
With just a sliver of the fat, this recipe delivers all the flavor of the classic version. Nutty Parmesan and lemony bitter dill complement the silky potatoes and crusty top, broiled until golden brown.
Cut the dishes with this simple and speedy approach. Sauté the sliced potatoes in a pan with onion and garlic, then whisk in the rest, cover and cook. Serve piping hot from the skillet.
Sharp Parmesan and tart goat cheese pair deliciously with aromatic rosemary, filling your kitchen with tantalizing aromas as the pan dish slowly roasts. This crowd-pleaser is easy to double and make for large groups.
Colorful and flavorful, with earthy carrots, buttery Creamers, garlic and fresh chives, this twist on traditional scalloped potatoes is a perfect choice for holiday entertaining — an appealing twist on the classic.
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