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Potatoes Boulangère, sometimes known as scalloped potatoes, is a wonderful dish - simple, tasty, filling. Falls in the comfort food category for me!
Boulanger is the French word for baker. Dishes called "à la boulangère", or simply "boulangère" were typically large pieces of meat baked in the baker's oven, accompanied by potatoes and onions. This way of preparing potatoes is a French classic.
If you are using commercial broth, make sure you taste it and reduce the salt (or eliminate it) from your recipe. Commercial broth or stocks are often too salty. Also, if you need a gluten free dish and you purchased broth, make sure the product doesn't have gluten in it.
Finished potatoes boulangère
Potatoes sliced very thinly
Onions sliced very thinly
Buttered oven-proof dish
Layer of potatoes in the oven-proof dish
Layer of onions on top of the potatoes in the dish
Potatoes seasoned with pepper and a few dabs of butter.
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