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Scalloped Potatoes with Leeks

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Scalloped potatoes with sauteed leeks can be assembled a day in advance in a casserole that travels from refrigerator to oven to table.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, March 2008
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  • taravalent9229910
    9 OCT, 2017
    Literally the best scalloped potato recipe there is. People can’t get enough of them and a pretty easy recipe. Great to make it the day before too. It’s my go to holiday side dish (always requested by those who’ve had it!)
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  • cavemary
    28 FEB, 2017
    Ain't cream of tarter the greatest!
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  • jenbx
    6 NOV, 2013
    To marjkapsis, the recipe calls for baking at 350 for 30 min with foil on, then continued baking at 425 for 45 minutes with the foil off.
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    • taravalent9229910
      9 OCT, 2017
      Literally the best scalloped potato recipe there is. People can’t get enough of them and a pretty easy recipe. Great to make it the day before too. It’s my go to holiday side dish (always requested by those who’ve had it!)
  • marjkapsis
    2 APR, 2013
    This CANNOT be made a day in advance!! The potatoes turned brown & stayed discolored even after cooking. The gruyere didn't melt as well after sitting either. Also, I made it 9x12 dish & it def could have used 3 leeks instead of 2 & it takes longer than 30 minutes. Will not make this again.
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  • ursi66
    31 MAR, 2013
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  • Nu2ABQ
    1 DEC, 2012
    We made this for Thanksgiving. Great savory side dish. My Cuisinart disk is very thin do we double the layers and halved the recipe for our small gathering. It is a keeper!
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  • stephiek1984
    30 OCT, 2010
    This is so good and easy. I substitute Swiss for the cheese and it still tastes great! Freezes well also.
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  • azbanana
    6 APR, 2010
    Delicious and elegant! Made this for Easter and it was the hit of dinner. First dish completely wiped out by all, kids and adults. Wouldn't change a thing!
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  • BethLenahan
    31 MAR, 2010
    Fantastic recipe that feeds a large group! If you don't have a large group it also freezes well. I recommend using a mandoline on slicing the potatoes. Slicing by hand takes forever.
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  • abedell
    19 DEC, 2009
    This was fantastic!! I highly recommend.
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