Scalloped Potatoes Better Homes And Gardens – We have all kinds of delicious recipes here in the Easter section of the blog that are sure to be crowd pleasers. If you’re in the mood for brunch, it’s got everything from my favorite one-hour cinnamon rolls to the world’s best creamed coffee cakes, classic breakfast casseroles, and just about every way to cook eggs, mimosas, and more. Or if you’d rather go to Easter
Route, our family’s favorite salad, classic stuffed eggs, perfectly fried Brussels sprouts, light fruit salad, and a quick 1-hour soft and buttery bun for dinner. Of course, carrot cake (or this gluten-free vegan carrot cake) is also a must here every Easter.
Scalloped Potatoes Better Homes And Gardens
But what else is non-negotiable for me every Easter, Christmas, Thanksgiving, and, let’s be honest, any night of the year when I crave some creamy, garlicky, cheesy comfort?
How To Make Scalloped Potatoes And Ham From Scratch
Potatoes with scallops (technically fried potatoes). In my humble opinion, they are simply the best. And since I posted this recipe here on the blog, thousands of you have tried it and you agree with it! So today I thought I’d bring this recipe back to the top for those of you who might be new to the blog and looking for a go-to recipe for the weekend. As someone who has done this dozens of times, I can say that they do not let you down.
There are many delicious ways to make these homemade scalloped potatoes if you like. For example, dare…
Over the years, many of you have asked if this recipe can be made ahead of time – and the answer is yes! To cook scallops, simply bake the scallops and let them cool completely to room temperature. Then cover tightly and refrigerate for 3 days. And the day you’re ready to serve, bake a sheet pan covered in foil at 350° for 30 minutes or until the potatoes are heated through.
Grated Cheese: As always when melting grated cheese in a recipe, it is best to grate the cheese right before adding it to the recipe. Store-bought grated cheeses usually have a coating that prevents them from melting.