Potato dauphinoise is believed to originate from the Dauphiné region of France. Josh Eggleton's potato dauphinoise recipe is relatively straightforward but does involve leaving the dauphinoise to press overnight, so plan well ahead. You can serve dauphinoise with a range of meats, or just enjoy with a simple salad.
Gratin dauphinois is a traditional regional #Frenchdish based on potatoes and crème fraîche, from the historic Dauphiné region in southeast #France. It is easy to prepare and yummy in taste. Subscribe to Talk in French for your daily dose of everything French! www.talkinfrench.com
Gratin dauphinois | This is Guillaume Brahimi's recipe for the ultimate indulgence for potato lovers – layered potatoes baked in cream and butter from the Dauphiné, a former province of south-east France. Forget the diet for a moment and enjoy with any grilled meats or roasts.