Baked Potato Casserole Recipe

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Baked potato casserole recipes require you to begin by pre-setting your oven to 400 degrees. Make a baked potato casserole recipe with help from a Los Angeles-based personal chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, my name is Jamie Levine from And today I'm going to show you how to make a baked potato casserole. So my oven is already preset 400 degrees. And I am going to take a pound of baby Yukon gold potatoes. As you can see they're itsy bitsy and that's crucial for this dish because the larger potatoes will just take forever to cook and you do not want that. So to this I'm going to add a cup of heavy whipping cream, three quarters cup of finely shredded Gruyere cheese. Which you can find in most grocery stores. A tablespoon and a half of a garlic paste I made from blending one part raw garlic cloves to one part olive oil in a food processor. It makes this incredible paste and it's perfect in this dish. Some nutmeg and cayenne pepper about a quarter teaspoon of each. And about a quarter teaspoon, about a half, quarter teaspoon of kosher salt. I am going to give that just a big stir. Get that all evenly incorporated especially that garlic. You don't want some pieces to have a giant bite of garlic in it and other pieces not to. Now I have nine inch cast-iron skillet. It's already greased. I'm going to go ahead just put everything in there. So you really want all that liquid so make sure you scrape out as much as you can. And it's going to be spread into my pan. So that's ready for the oven. And I have one already made. So this is what it's going to look like after it comes out. It's going to go in about 35 to 45 minutes. And everything should just be fork tender. And it comes out golden brown delicious. I already had my lunch today. This is the baked potato casserole. I'm chef Jamie Levine, thank you for watching.


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