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This was surprising DELICIOUS. The photo doesn't look appetizing but trust me it's a brilliant idea to combine salmon potatoes and a cream sauce. A few things I added to enhance the flavors which were a little garlic and onion powder and a pinch of parsley. I added a good amount of sea salt and black pepper and then a 1/4 cup of crushed butter crackers on top for a bit of crunch. I recommend using red or golden potatoes as they add to the buttery-ness of the whole dish. We all loved this - comfort food indeed.
The only reason I'm giving this 2 stars instead of 1 is because of a mistake I made. The recipe calls for precooking the potatoes & I did not. I make a potatoes au gratin dish that is almost identical to this so I thought I could take a short cut, as that recipe does not require precooking. However, after being in the oven on 375 for 2 hrs, the potatoes still weren't cooked! But the main objection I have to this recipe is that after waiting all that time to eat the dish, it wasn't even good! I don't know if it was the mayo sauce poured over, something is clearly wrong with this recipe.
Easy and tasty. We liked it and will do it again. Since we do like our food a little spicy, there may be hot sauce on the side. Hubby said the balsamic glaze he added on the side at supper was really good with it.
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