Two-Tone Potato Gratin
- Serves: 10 to 12
- PREP: 30 minutes
- TOTAL TIME: 45 minutes
Double the potatoes, double the fun.
Slice up orange and white spuds and you’re on your way to this gratin (pronounce sort of like “baton,” which essentially means anything layered with tons of cheese and cream). You can do onion gratin, zucchini gratin, you get the idea…).
cups heavy cream
teaspoons kosher salt
teaspoon freshly ground black pepper
cloves garlic, finely minced
tablespoon chopped fresh thyme (or ½ tablespoon dried), plus more for garnish
teaspoon chopped fresh rosemary (or ½ tablespoon dried)
tablespoon chopped fresh sage (or ½ tablespoon dried)
teaspoon finely grated nutmeg
cups (4 ounces) shredded gruyère cheese
cups (2 ounces) finely grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese
pounds sweet potatoes, scrubbed
pounds Idaho or russet potatoes, scrubbed
Dash of cayenne pepper
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