Originally Posted by Cerise
Another winner, H. Can't beat a combo of gruyere, heavy cream & potatoes. I may have to skip the mackerel, though, but like the rest of the recipe. I've been saving this Garlicky Potato & Mushroom Gratin for Thanksgiving (served w/ turkey), but may sub out the parsley w your bay leaf. I wanted to do a search on conversions to get a general idea (even though I cook much as you do - glug of this & pinch of that). Do you like mushrooms?
Garlicky potato & mushroom gratin recipe - Recipes - BBC Good Food
i know C.i do find it difficult when i'm posting recipes 'cos,as you say.i just look at something & think "that looks about right" or taste & add/adjust til it tastes right.
my oh my oh my that mushroom gratin is the business.....it is basically the mackerel dauphinoise with mushrooms instead of the fish.like you i think i would leave the bay out of the mushroom frying stage & add it to the spuds instead.not sure why they boil the spuds first other than to speed up the cooking time tho'?
that recipe is a gem c,thanks for that,i lurvvvve mushrooms