Welcome to the Idaho Potato Commission recipe section.
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Even though we use the terms scalloped and au gratin interchangeably, by definition there is a difference between the two words. Scalloped potatoes are sliced potatoes that are baked in a cream sauce and topped with bread crumbs while au gratin potatoes are topped with breadcrumbs and cheese. Regardless of the definitions, we love them both! However, we also love to mix things up and create new and exciting recipes. From simple to decadent, we have a scalloped Idaho® potato recipe for just about everyone. For a hearty and decadent side, try our Roasted Garlic and Chive Au Gratin Idaho® Potatoes made with Idaho® Yukon Gold potatoes, bacon, butter, heavy cream and Parmesan cheese. For a lighter option, opt for Coconut Scalloped Idaho® Potatoes, made with…. you guessed it… all natural coconut milk and Idaho® potatoes!
Check out the rest of our Idaho® potato scalloped and au gratin recipes below and get inspired!