I’m soooo hungry.

Oh my lord was I hungry today. More than ever. So what did I do?  Grocery shopping :) I was at the super market for probably half an hour and that one is very small! When I finally found something in the freezer, I asked myself “Do I really need to buy this pre-made, deep-frozen food without any taste or texture? No Jule, you don’t! So I bought all the ingredients myself and ran home! (Seriously I ran, I was so hungry haha) And this is what my magic kitchen and me came up with:


Potatisgratäng (Potato casserole)

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Ingredients (4port):

10 potatoes // 1 onion // 5dl cream // 2 garlic cloves // 2dl grated cheese // salt // pepper







Step 1: Preheat the oven on 225°C and grease an oven proof form.

Step 2: Peel the potatoes and cut them into thin slices. Peel and chop the onion.

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Step 3: Mix cream, garlic, salt and pepper in a bowl.

Step 4: Spread half of the potatoes and the onion in the form.

Step 5: Pour half of the cream mixture on top.

Step 6: Spread the rest of the potatoes in the form and pour the remaining cream mixture over it. Sprinkle with cheese :)

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Step 7: Bake in the oven until the potatoes are soft, about 45 min.

And BAM! you’re done. You’re welcome. ;)


4 thoughts on “I’m soooo hungry.

      • Yes “pommes de terre” is the french translation for potatoes :)
        Here’s the explanation I found online: «Potatoes gratiné is one of the most common of gratins and is known by various names including gratin dauphinois. Gratin Dauphinois is a speciality of the Dauphiné region of France. The dish, typically uses thinly sliced and layered potatoes and cream cooked in a buttered dish rubbed with garlic.»

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