Recipe by BELFLOREK
"I created this potato dish when I had leftover ingredients to use up. They give a little subtle twist to scalloped potatoes, and may make you want seconds! They also reheat well, that is if you have leftovers..."
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potatoes, peeled and cubed
minced red onion
freshly grated Parmesan cheese, divided
I made these potatoes for Father's Day for a party of 14 and everyone loved them!!!! The only difference is that I doubled the sauce ingredients and used a whole yellow onion instead of the red onion. I used about 10-11 idaho potatoes and thinly sliced them, layered the potatoes and the sauce. Delicious!!! I would make these again.... thanks for the recipe!!!
These were ok.... They did not WOW me but were good. Not a whole lot more flavor than the canned soup recipes, and for the time and cost involved in fresh Parm and buttermilk I'd stick with a 79 cent can.
The was absolutely fabulous! The potatoes had a great tanginess. I used red skinned new potatoes and sliced them and used lots more garlic than called for. This is a wonderful departure from regular potatoes. I did not find the recipe to be a lot of trouble as referred to by a previous reviewer. Certainly, any extra "trouble" this may be to prepare is very well worth the effort.
Fabulous dish!!!!! I was a bit concerned when making this because the flour/butter roux mixture was VERY thick and then when I added the shredded cheese to it, it got even thicker. Not to worry, because once it baked in the oven it turned out fabulous!!!!!! It was creamy and luscious and the potato cheese flavors were just right! My family loved it!!! I made only one small change to this recipe. I used diced hash browns (thawed) instead of going through the extra time and work of cooking potatoes. I will be making this dish often!!!!!
They turned out really well...I threw in some sage and rosemary as well as used a whole lot more onion than called for-- love onion. I tented the caserole because I was afraid it would dry out, there wasn't alot of liquid. Don't do this...it took forever to cook and I didn't have big chunks of potato either. After the hour of cooking I removed the tent and let it cook for a good half hour more and there were still some harder chuncks. I will definitly make it again though, loved it.
Soooo good-buttermilk makes the difference! Occasionally I add a little Havarti cheese with dill and/or caraway cheese. Leftovers I turn into chunky potato soup. I make this often, thanks!
More cheese. A little more milk and buttermilk.
Very nice and tasty. Just added way more parmesan than was called for. Delicious!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Buttermilk Parmesan Potatoes
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 96
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