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Potato Gratin
Potato Gratin
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In this classic gratin recipe thinly sliced potatoes make it really creamy, and the cheese will become crispy on the top.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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500 gr Potatoes
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1 small Onion
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150 gr Grated cheese
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200 ml Cream
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1 teaspoon Salt
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1 teaspoon Black pepper

Oven temperature:
225 degree Celsius
Instructions:
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Heat up the oven to 225 degree Celsius.
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Peel and slice the potatoes in thin slices.
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Peel and cut the onion in thin slides.
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Grate the cheese.
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Put 1/3 of the potatoes like a layer in the oven form.
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Put half of the onion on top of the potatoes.
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Sprinkle 1/3 of the salt and pepper on the potatoes.
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Sprinkle a thin layer of the cheese on the potatoes.
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Put a new layer of 1/3 of the potatoes, add the rest of the onion, some cheese and 1/3 of the salt and pepper on top of the other layer in the oven form.
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Make a third layer of the rest of the potatoes, and the salt and pepper.
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Pour the cream evenly on the gratin.
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And the last part is to sprinkle the last of the cheese evenly on top of the gratin.
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Put the gratin in the middle of the oven for 40 minutes.
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Take out the gratin and serve it warm.

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