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What's the difference between all groton and scalloped potatoes?


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Scalloped potatoes consist of thinly sliced potatoes layered in a casserole dish and baked with heavy cream or milk (or a combination of the two). The cream is often infused with an aromatic, such as garlic or fresh herbs. Potatoes au gratin has grated cheese sprinkled between the layers.

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First it's augrautin potatoes - means with cheese. Scalloped - means not cheese - usually uses just milk.

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