Market Steet Au Gratin Potaotes


Here is the potato dish as promise for Christmas dinner.  Market Street is a really yummy seafood restaurant here in the Salt Lake Valley.  I have shared their clam chowder recipe before.  Now I have never had these potatoes at the restaurant, so I am not sure how this recipe compares, but I loved this dish.  I found the recipe at What’s Cookin’? So simple only 3 ingredients, but so tasty.  You do have to splurge and spend some extra money on some smoked Gouda cheese.  However, at Christmas it’s fun to splurge a little for your special dinner.  These potatoes turned out yummy and creamy with a light smoky flavor from the Gouda.  Give ‘em a try!

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Market Street Au Gratin Potaotes

  • 3 large russet or baker potatoes, peeled and sliced thin (1/8″)  (I used about 7 small to medium russet potatoes and sliced them with my food processor)
  • 1 1/2 cups smoked Gouda cheese, grated
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • salt (I used kosher) and white pepper to taste (approximate 1/2 tsp. each)
  1. Slice potatoes. Do not rinse! Mix sliced potatoes in a bowl with whpping cream, salt, pepper and cheese until everything is incorporated.
  2. Layer in a 9″x13″ baking dish no more than 1″ thick. Cover with foil and bake for one hour at 350 degrees.  (I sprinkled them with dried parsley before serving)
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8 comments on “Market Steet Au Gratin Potaotes

  • Thanks again for this recipe. I’m making these again tonight for a birthday party. This is an excellent recipe!

  • I made this for our Christmas dinner with our Prime Rib. It was delicious! My family loved it! So easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

  • Thanks for the recipe. I have seen a version of this recipe using frozen hash brown patties. I like the idea of using the sliced fresh potatoes better. My DIL is Celiac, and can’t have gluten, so this will work great for her….no cream soups or flour! Yay!

  • Wow,those sound so good!I’m going to make these for Christmas dinner.
    Thank You!

  • thanks for these potatoes!!! they will be on my table christmas day!! with a standing rib roast!
    YUM! how easy is this!! yay!

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