Boulangere Potatoes

  • Prep Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 1 hrs 20 mins
  • Yield: 1batch
  • Ingredients

  • 2lbspotatoes, sliced
  • 2/3 cupvegetable oil
  • 1lbonion
  • 7tablespoonsbutter
  • 2cupschicken stock
  • Directions

  • Saute the potatoes in hot oil until golden. Drain.
  • Saute the onions in the butter until soft.
  • Layer the potatoes and onions in a baking dish.
  • Add the stock and garnish. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour.
  • Reviews

  • “First I must say that I love these potatoes.I have made them twice now.The first time, I was in a time crunch and did not brown the potatoes or onions as instructed in the recipe.The second time, (tonight) I made them and wanted to review them so made them exactly as the recipe instructed.I must admit that the potatoes looked so much better this time.They were nice and brown and crispy on top.However, I do not think that the look of the potatoes can outweigh the addition of 2/3 cups of vegetable oil, nor the 1 hour plus that it took me to brown the potatoes.I will certainly make these again, but will cook them without the oil and browning of the potatoes.Thank you so much Dancer for posting this recipe.”

  • “These potatoes were great! They were a bit time consuming to make but worth it. This is a recipe that can be played with. I will be making these again! Thanks Dancer”

  • “Very good and very easy!I also added garlic and parm cheese like the other reviewer suggested.”

  • “I can’t believe I am the first to rate these…they were wonderful! My hubby brought home some ridiculously expensive filet mignon steaks so I wanted to make a potato dish other than the norm to go with them. I was getting full with dinner so decided to finish the potatoes and leave $40 per lb. steak on the plate! The only changes I made was to add some dried garlic flakes to the onions just before they were done cooking and I sprinkled a bit of parmesan on the top. They were not the prettiest potato dish I have seen, but certainly one of the tastiest!”

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