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The Recipe that Ruined Me

The Recipe that Ruined Me: I Will Never Look for Another Scalloped Potatoes Recipe Again

The Recipe that Ruined Me: I Will Never Look for Another Scalloped Potatoes Recipe Again

If you only try one recipe I recommend….

This is it!

I found these BOMB scalloped potatoes and will never make a different scalloped potatoes recipe ever again. I will argue that potatoes have never had the privilege of being turned into something more delicious. Crispy, browned edges and topping, creamy delicious center. Also, make sure you double the recipe– EVERYONE will get seconds. SOMEONE will ask for the recipe. The end.

#thesearchisover#foundtheone#cantgetbetterthanthis

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  • Potatoes Recipe

Love them or hate them, but there’s no ignoring potatoes. The ever so versatile and humble ingredient is used widely in almost all types of cuisines to make a smorgasbord of dishes – from fries and wedges to cutlets, curries, bakes and pies. Did you know that the world’s favourite root vegetable was brought to India by the Portuguese? The word ‘potato’ comes from the Spanish word ‘patata’. It’s interesting to know that potatoes are eco-friendly crops. They are easy to grow and require minimum fertilisers and chemicals. When buying potatoes, choose ones that have a smooth skin and firm texture. Avoid ones that are sprouted or with a greenish tint. This means that the potatoes have been exposed to light during storage which can sometimes produce a bitter taste. Fried, baked or boiled, despite tasting delicious in any form it’s often touted as a starchy companion. Love it or hate it, you definitely cannot ignore it. The soft mash readily soaks in flavours from other ingredients and as such is easy to be cooked in a number of ways to treat the taste buds.

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