Turnip Au Gratin
There is something about holidays that make everyone miss potatoes and this recipe really fits the bill for that potato craving! This recipe is only 6 ingredients and requires almost no prep! You will question why you haven’t tried turnips before now!
I did a little bit of digging. I was really curious what Au Gratin means in the cooking community. What I found was, it just means it is covered in cheese. I would like everything au gratin for the rest of forever PLEASE.
-3-4 turnips, sliced into medallions
-1.5 cups of shredded cheese. I used 1 cup of Monterey jack and a half cup of cheddar
– 1 tps salt
– 1 tsp garlic powder
– ½ tsp pepper
-1 cup heavy cream
-Wash and dry your turnips. Cut the tips and the root off. Slice into thin medallions.
-Butter a baking dish.
-Mix together garlic powder, salt, and pepper and set aside. In another bowl, combine cheeses
-Add a layer of turnips.
-Sprinkle turnips with seasoning mixture then a layer of cheese mixture. Do these layers until your dish is almost full.
-Sprinkle with cheese and add 1 cup of heavy cream over the top.
-Cover in foil and bake at 350 for 50 minutes.
-Then remove the foil and bake for another 20 minutes or so. I turn on the broiler for 5 minutes right at the end for the pretty crust on top.
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