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Old 04-04-2011, 01:06 PM   #21
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What a delicious thread...talk about comfort food.
Thank you Bliss .
Bolas, your recipe sounds so interesting and I just happen to have some puff pastry and fresh tarragon growing in my herb garden.
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Old 04-04-2011, 01:14 PM   #22
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What a delicious thread...talk about comfort food.
Thank you Bliss .
Bolas, your recipe sounds so interesting and I just happen to have some puff pastry and fresh tarragon growing in my herb garden.
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Mollyanne, you are just too nice, thank you. I found I liked the crockpot scalloped potatoes better than the oven baked, they were more 'saucy' even though they were made the same way. The lid on the crockpot kept the moisture in the dish.

Lots of good ideas, thank you!
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Old 04-04-2011, 07:18 PM   #23
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Jansson's Temptation is my favorite scalloped potato recipe. If you don't like anchovies, you can substitute pickled herring or smoked salmon...

Jansson's Temptation (Janssons Frestelse) Recipe - Allrecipes.com

This is similar to mine except I use milk (about 2/3 c) and cream (1-1/2 c) and Swedish anchovies (the brine is different--you can get them at IKEA). I also bake the dish for about 10 minutes and then add about 1/2 of the heated cream and milk, and add more after about 45 minutes...I could eat this every day...and I cut my potatoes in slices...and sweat the onions first, but otherwise it's almost the same <g>. I like it even better the second day. This is one of my top 5 comfort foods...
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Scalloped potatoes I made two casseroles of scalloped potatoes with ham. One in a crock pot, three layers thick, on high. One in a 9x13, two layers thick at 350 degrees F. Layer potatoes, thinly sliced, onions, thinly sliced, bitesize good smoked ham, salt, pepper, flour, butter. Fill casserole 2/3 full with milk. Bake until it's done. (2 hours with a mess at the bottom of the oven--use foil to catch it.) It's just after noon, and I believe the 9x13 in the oven will get done before the crockpot. One is for eating, one is for freezing for another day in portion sizes. I have 50 lbs of potatoes for $7.99 and I bet I can make good use of them. I will need to find 10 other ways to make potatoes, this is just one. Any novel ideas? Baked is good, oven fried is good, mashed with garlic is good. 3 stars 1 reviews
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