Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.

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To prepare the potato dauphinoise, finely slice the potatoes using a mandoline and set aside in water until required
Combine the cream, milk, nutmeg, garlic and a pinch of salt and pepper in a large saucepan and bring to the boil. Once boiling, remove from the heat and set aside
Strain the water off the potatoes and layer inside a small oven dish lined with baking paper, being sure to overlap each layer as you go
Preheat the oven to 160˚C/gas mark 3. Pour enough of the cream mixture over the potatoes to cover and bake in the oven for 45 minutes or until slightly golden on top and tender through the middle
Remove from the oven and allow to cool. Weigh down with butter, cheese or any other heavy square object and set aside in the fridge to press for up to 12 hours
Reheat the potato dauphinoise in the oven set to 180°C/gas mark 4 for 15 minutes. Divide into 4 portions and serve immediately as a side dish
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Potato dauphinoise recipe


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Josh Eggleton presents the ultimate potato dauphinoise recipe - as richly decadent as ever and makes a great side.

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put some butter picess all over the last layer of potato and when is cooked take the foil off put back in oven and brown the top oky other thing add to the creame and milk bay leavs thymes and seasson every layer withsalt pepper and parmasan cheace powder and add some sauce(cream/milk) on every layer.tay that you will see alot of change.
11 April 2013