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Market Street Au Gratin Potatoes

by Laura

Here is the potato dish as promise for Christmas dinner.  Market Street is a really yummy seafood restaurant here in the Salt Lake Valley.  I have shared their clam chowder recipe before.  Now I have never had these potatoes at the restaurant. So I am not sure how this recipe compares, but I loved these Market Street Au Gratin Potatoes.

I found the recipe at What’s Cookin’? So simple only 3 ingredients, but so tasty.  You do have to splurge and spend some extra money on some smoked Gouda cheese.  However, at Christmas it’s fun to splurge a little for your special dinner.  These potatoes turned out yummy and creamy with a light smoky flavor from the Gouda.  Give ’em a try!

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Market Street Au Gratin Potatoes

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Market Street Au Gratin Potaotes

  • Author: Laura


  • 3 large russet or baker potatoes, peeled and sliced thin (1/8″)  (I used about 7 small to medium russet potatoes and sliced them with my food processor)
  • 1 1/2 cups smoked Gouda cheese, grated
  • 1 1/2 cups heavy whipping cream
  • salt (I used kosher) and white pepper to taste (approximate 1/2 tsp. each)


  1. Slice potatoes. Do not rinse! Mix sliced potatoes in a bowl with whipping cream, salt, pepper and cheese until everything is incorporated.
  2. Layer in a 9″x13″ baking dish no more than 1″ thick. Cover with foil and bake for one hour at 350 degrees.  (I sprinkled them with dried parsley before serving).
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Erin August 20, 2010 - 4:19 pm

Thanks again for this recipe. I’m making these again tonight for a birthday party. This is an excellent recipe!

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Naomi December 27, 2009 - 10:28 am

I made this for our Christmas dinner with our Prime Rib. It was delicious! My family loved it! So easy to make! Thanks for sharing!

Cindi December 17, 2009 - 1:23 pm

Thanks for the recipe. I have seen a version of this recipe using frozen hash brown patties. I like the idea of using the sliced fresh potatoes better. My DIL is Celiac, and can’t have gluten, so this will work great for her….no cream soups or flour! Yay!

Amy December 16, 2009 - 8:29 am

Wow,those sound so good!I’m going to make these for Christmas dinner.
Thank You!

robin wieder December 16, 2009 - 7:28 am

thanks for these potatoes!!! they will be on my table christmas day!! with a standing rib roast!
YUM! how easy is this!! yay!


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