What a delight! This is my hubby's favorite side dish! But he eats it like a main!

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The well-known scalloped potatoes originally hail from France, but they've been lovingly adapted to the Southern diet by adding a delicious cheese twist. Due in large part to the irresistible combination of potatoes, creamy sauce, and melting cheese, this side dish—originally called potatoes au gratin—has made its way over the seas and into American kitchens. Here we'll take a cue from the classic cheesy version that has become a comfort food classic: baked scalloped potatoes with a southern twist. You may be wondering, "Why would anyone want to make this?" Well, it's a significant way to turn a few basic ingredients into a dish that's comfy and filling, great for potlucks, family get-togethers, or anytime you want a taste of the South.
To go with a wide variety of main courses, try these Baked Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes. They are really delicious with grilled ribs, lemon-herb chicken, or a juicy roasted ham. Steamed green beans or a refreshing salad will cut through the richness of the creamy sauce. Also, to round things off, a fruity, light wine like Pinot Noir or crisp Chardonnay would be perfect.

Southern Style Baked Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes
Six to eight servings


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