I was tired of all the side dishes my family and I have been eating with our dinners and decided it was time to try something new. My husband is a picky eater and my (toddler) son has a tendency to eat only the main dish. I was determined to find a recipe that would satisfy both of the men in my life to the point they would eat. I searched and searched and every recipe I found had a flaw to my plan. Finally I did what I do best and edit 2-3 recipes meshing them together to create one recipe. Tried and True - this is now a must for some dinners in my household. See if this could be yours too!
1Slice Potatoes to desired thickness. (Best to not go to thin.)
2Preheat oven 350 degrees.
3[A]<b>Option 1</b> (MY FAVORITE & FASTER IN MY OPINION): Place potatoes into a gal. size Ziploc. Close Ziploc (do no worry about air). Slit three times across the top; Evenly spaced and about 2/3 to 1 1/2 inch in length. Place in microwave for about 4-7 minutes (until slightly undercooked - try not to cook all the way otherwise this will cause your dish to be more like mashed potatoes). *Time will depend on thickness of potatoes.
[B]<B>Option 2</b>: Boil until slightly undercooked. Drain and rinse with slow running cold water.
4While potatoes are cooking. Mix all ingredients for Cheese Mixture together... This should create somewhat of a sauce type texture.
5Spread melted butter over bottom of baking pan.
6Line baking pan with 1-2 layers of potatoes.
7Pour about 1/8-1/4 C heavy cream over potatoes (Do not drown potatoes in heavy cream - measurement depends on size of baking pan).
8Spread cheese mixture over potatoes. Preferably thick, this is to your desire.
9Repeat steps 6-8 until out of potatoes.
10Top with green onions. (optional)
11Bake for 30-45 minutes or until potatoes are fully cooked and cheese on top has a slightly brown tint to it.
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