Parmesan-Crusted Au Gratin Potatoes and Onion
Potatoes and onions mixed with a creamy cheese sauce and baked with a crispy cheese topping.
Potatoes and onions mixed with a creamy cheese sauce and baked with a crispy cheese topping.
I took this recipe to a potluck and everyone kept raving about how amazing it was. My friend who is a food critic and restaurant owner went on and on about delicious it was. I did add/change a few things. I added some bacon under the onions as well as on top, on the advice of another reviewer. I also added some more cheddar and asiago cheese on top under the crackers and shaved Parmesan cheese. Also the group I was taking the dish to are all big fans of garlic so I minced up a garlic clove and sautéed for a minute in the butter before I added the flour. All the flavors blended perfectly! This will be my go to potluck dish from now on!Read More
This was so salty I could hardly eat it. The asiago cheese I guess was already salty and then you add the other cheese and the crackers it was too much. Also I did not use the parmesan cheese, I would have had to throw it out. It said not to peel the potatoes, and the peelings fell off while cooking and they were a little stringy. If I made this again, I would change a lot of things.Read More
I took this recipe to a potluck and everyone kept raving about how amazing it was. My friend who is a food critic and restaurant owner went on and on about delicious it was. I did add/change a few things. I added some bacon under the onions as well as on top, on the advice of another reviewer. I also added some more cheddar and asiago cheese on top under the crackers and shaved Parmesan cheese. Also the group I was taking the dish to are all big fans of garlic so I minced up a garlic clove and sautéed for a minute in the butter before I added the flour. All the flavors blended perfectly! This will be my go to potluck dish from now on!
DELICIOUS! I followed the recipe to a "T", other than 1/2ing it and making it in an 8" square pan (I also forgot to add the parsley and used 2% milk...ok, but I was CLOSE to recipe ;) ). This is rich and delightful. While I won't make it often because it's so calorie laden, it was delicious. I wasn't sure about the onions, but they really made it (be sure to use sweet onions). I think this sauce would also make an excellent white sauce for mac and cheese! THANKS for the recipe!
OMG! This is now my go to recipe for au-gratin potatoes. Made this with Easter dinner and everyone's raving about how good they were. My brother even asked for the recipe and he's a wonderful chef. I highly recommend this recipe and would have given it ten stars if I could.
I used 2 cups of heavy cream instead of one. 1 1/4 cups making sauce 3/4 cups poured on before baking. I also mixed asiago, parmesan and chedder cheese with ritz crackers for topping. I did not cook potatoes first. I cooked for 1 hour on 375
EXCELLENT!!! I made two batches; one for our Thanksgiving dinner and one for our Church bakesale! They were a definite hit, which I will be making again. The only difference I made with the second batch was to simply put the potatoes and sauce in a bowl together to get all the potatoes covered and then put everything into the baking pan. I did think there was more sauce than potatoes, but nobody complained!!!
Theses were really good potatoes. I really enjoyed the blend of cheeses. Cooking the potatoes before was a bit of a pain. Wondering if I can skip this step and just cook them longer. (Or maybe microwave them to soften them a little).
This was a big hit at my office Christmas party. I just added fried and chopped maple bacon under the onion layer. Delicious! Thank you! I baked the night before, and then cut up in squares, and put in crock pot to cook on low till lunch at work. Perfect. Maezing
What a great recipe, Great taste and enjoyed by. everyone :). We added a layer of shredded cheese in the middle layer along with diced ham - EXCELLENT!
First time making this dish and it was welll
I modified the recipe a little bit, but follow the base recipe and it turned out great.
We do Au Gratin Potatoes for Christmas meal every year. This is the best version we've ever done. Young and old alike loved it.
my family loved this recipe!!
Looking for the best recipe was hard, so many to choose from, but I am very pleased with this one. I made my first dish Christmas 2015 and it was a big hit with my entire family. It will now be a big part of our traditional Christmas dinner. But the second time I did it was even better ! (What confidence can do), I sautéed the sliced onions, added more cream and bacon topping.This recipe will sure be handed down to my children and families.
The three cheeses including the parmesan crust were big hits with my family!
Great basic steps to start, I did not have any onions... I added cream cheese to the butter/flour, then regular milk. I put a layer of provolone sliced cheese and Italian mix shredded cheese after the first layer, then on top, I sprinkled Garlic Butter Ritz crumbs with the rest of the italian shredded cheese. Still VERY good! Yes I would make it again...
This was a big hit for Christmas dinner! To adequately cover a 9x13 dish, I used twice the amount of crushed crackers. I also added little sour cream (1/2 cup).
I made this for guests, second helpings all around. No changes to the recipe. We all loved it. Definitely on the keeper list.
I made this. Better than many if the 5 star steakhouses. Highly Recommend. I added more Parmesan and Cheddar to the top.
This was so salty I could hardly eat it. The asiago cheese I guess was already salty and then you add the other cheese and the crackers it was too much. Also I did not use the parmesan cheese, I would have had to throw it out. It said not to peel the potatoes, and the peelings fell off while cooking and they were a little stringy. If I made this again, I would change a lot of things.
Very good. I made this for Christmas and everyone loved it. It also easier then I thought it would be. I used an Italian blend cheese instead of asiago and added cooked bacon to the sweet onions.
I'm not sure if I'm just super slow but this dish took me an hour and 10 minutes not 25 as stated. That being said I don't care how look it takes it's absolutely delicious and everyone loves it and always asks for recipe. Didn't charge a thing except I split it between two 11x7" pans cause I parbake one to freeze. Works out great.
Delicious, loved it. Used red potatoes, that’s what I had, halved the recipe. Still lots of leftovers. Biggest change I made was to add some chopped garlic to the melted butter, before adding the flour. We love garlic. I didn’t boil the potatoes either. I sliced them then mixed them with chopped onions, put them in a large bowl and microwaved for 3-4 minutes, twice. Once they were softened, I poured the cheese sauce over and mixed, before putting in the casserole dish. Yummy! Thank you!
Very tasty and rich. I thinned it out with an additional 1/4 cup of milk, and added some vegetables to make it into a main dish. Add a bit of bread and it's dinner.
Love this recipe. A nice twist to your typical Au Gratin recipe.
Loved this recipe! I've had scalloped/au gratin failures before because the potatoes were still hard, but this recipe is flawless! I changed only two things: threw in some garlic powder and sautéed the sweet onion. Otherwise, it's perfect the way it is. RAVE reviews at thanksgiving!
Very easy to make with great results. The creamy sauce is perfect. Guests gushed with compliments. I used crushed potato chips for topping. Very definitely will make again.
YUM YUMMY. Made it to go with Christmas dinner and it was a hit. Everyone loved it.
Great recipe. My family all loved it. The only thing I did differently was to carmelize the onions a bit first. I recommend it!
Great recipe but the potatoes were overdone when I cooked them for 15 minutes so keep an eye on that.
Delicious and simple. I loved it. It took a lil longer to cook than I thought, so I recommend you start this dish before your other side dishes if you have any.
This was perfect alongside the ham I made. Kids loved it and easy to follow. I had to substitute the cheese because I had what I had. I used Romano cheese & shredded mozzarella cheese instead of Cheddar & Asiago
Grrrreat recipe! Thanks for sharing. I too, put caramelized onions in the middle and used Feta instead of Asiago because thats all we had for the third cheese. The house smelled fantastic as it cooked.
These were as good as anything I've had at Fleming's, Ruth Chris or Morton's. This recipe is a keeper for sure!
Wonderful dish! Cheese sauce is delicious and I would love to use it on veggies or Mac and cheese! I opted to lightly sautée the onions to ensure they were tender. Other than that followed recipe exactly. It needed longer cooking time but think it was due to me not cooking potatoes long enough. Highly recommend this recipe!
excellent crowd pleaser & great left over as well
This turned out awesome! However we've been eating it for 4 days even though I gave 3 adults enough for them to take home! Next time I'll make a half recipe.
Two thumbs up from all. I love this recipe. I don't think there is any way to mess it up, unless you put something like chocolate or other obscure item. I had to use up my heavy whipping cream so I added a little bit more than the recipe called for and adjusted with milk for the right consistency. I used the 4 cheese mexican variety and it gave it good color. I didn't have any butter crackers, so I just used panko for the top instead and watched for the right color in the final bake.
Awful, awful, awful. Absolutely no flavor. I followed directions to the letter and was so disappointed. What a waste of expensive ingredients.
Very good! I skipped the crackers on top as they are not our taste but made it verbatim. Was exceptionally good, nice creamy cheese sauce really was a hit. Will make again and planning on making it for the church potluck!
Delicious! I used red onion for sweet onions, Lucerne Fat-Free Half & Half for the milk and cream and a parmesan/romano/asiago mix for the parmesan and romano. I also added minced garlic and peas to the layer between the potatoes.
This is really good!
When fall comes, I will be making this one again.
THIS RECIPE WAS A HUGE HIT AT CHRISTMAS ! EVERYONE LOVED THIS, EVEN MY VERRRRRRRYYYY PICKY NEPHEW, HE JUST AVOIDED THE ONIONS LOL. FIRST TIME MAKING ALWAYS RISKY, BUT THIS IS A WINNER AND I WILL PROBABLY NOT ADJUST TOO MUCH AS I NORMALLY DO. I DID ADD MORE ONIONS, AND DID 3 LAYERS INSTEAD OF 2. I ALSO NEARLY DOUBLED THE TOPPING INGREDIENTS, CUZ THATS MY FAVE PART ! IT DOES COST NEARLY $30 TO MAKE A 12 SERVING RECIPE. EXPECTED WITH ALL THE CHEESES, ONIONS, AND FOR A HOLIDAY I DO NOT MIND. I IMAGINE YOU COULD ALSO ADD YOUR OWN TOUCHES, LIKE BACON OR SPINACH. 5 STARS !!!!!
Great recipe! The cheese combo is intense and the onions make a big difference. We used sharp white cheddar and some Swiss in place of the mild cheddar. We also had to thin the sauce a little, but no biggie. Low reviewers must not have adjusted seasonings with salt. These are the most flavorful scalloped potatoes I've ever had and will serve them on holidays.