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I followed the previous review and added a teaspoon of Dijon. These really came out nicely, went together fast and complimented our grilled leg of lamb nicely.

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KitchenWitch April 01, 2002

To make this a 4 or 5 star recipe, replace the nutmeg witha tea to tablespoon (depending on preference) of mild english mustard. The dish will obviously become more savoury and be an absolute delight to have as a side dish with any meat dish. Yummmmy !!

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Hershy December 25, 2001

This dish was amazing! At first it sounded somewhat boring but once cooked it was delightful! Definitely a keeper and I'll be bringing this dish for potlucks for Easter, etc.

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trick December 22, 2011

Yes pure heaven! I made 1/2 the recipe and thank goodness for I would have eaten it all! I did use 1 whole bulb of roasted garlic smashed and rubbed the dish before adding the potato mixture. I also added a little more cheese in between the layers of potatoes. Just loved the fresh grated nutmeg in this. Thanks for the yumminess.

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Rita~ August 20, 2007

Wonderful recipe for gratin potatoes which I made for dinner last night - I also made French Tart's Auberge Carrots and the meal had a real french theme. Very easy and great flavor - thanks for posting this recipe.

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ChefHann March 07, 2007
Gratin Dauphinois (Cheese / Cream Potatoes)