Au Gratin Potatoes, also called the dauphinoise in France where it originated, is a simple and adaptable family style recipe typically made from potatoes and cream. There are many variations, but suffice it to say you can’t do it without cream (or sometimes cheese) and potatoes. No matter what, you must have the potatoes in the recipe.
This dish is super-easy and starts out with frozen hash browns. An excellent side dish for any holiday cooking! When you have more time there are many other potato dishes to explore on our website. We have a great toasted onion mashed potato recipe, if you’re looking for an alternative to an au gratin dish.
Prep this flavorful dish in 15 short minutes when you start with already-prepared hash browns. Great alongside Southern dishes, pork, ham and lamb.