Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Potatoes N Chicken Sausage Gratin

Gratin is originated in French cuisine, and its usually prepared in a shallow dish..A gratin is baked or broiled to form a golden crust on top and traditionally served in baking dish often using breadcrumbs, grated cheese, egg or butter...This potatoes and chicken sausage gratin is a type of gratin dauphinoise which is prepared with thinly sliced and layered potatoes, chicken sausage,egg and cream cooked with buttered dish..This is a complete dish served with salads for lunch or for dinner...Gratin can be very much prepared with fish, vegetables or simply with cheese...


5nos Potatoes (sliced thinly)
1cup Chicken sausage pieces
1+1/2cup Grated cheese
1cup Milk
1cup Low fat cream
1/2tsp Nutmeg powder
1/2tsp Pepper powder
Salt
2tsp Butter

Beat together milk, low fat cream, pepper and nutmeg powder, salt until everything get well mixed...Preheat the oven at 350F...butter well a shallow baking pan and arrange the thinly sliced potatoes as layer, springle chicken sausage pieces over the potato pieces and cheese...now arrange again a layer of potato pieces and again springle the chicken sausage pieces and cheese, finish the potato pieces, chicken sausage pieces and cheese, pour the milk-cream mixture over the unbaked gratin....

Arrange the gratin in a middle rack of the oven and bake for 30-35minutes until the top turns golden brown crust..

Serve hot with salads!!!

14 comments:

  1. Ooh! Gratin is new to me! No idea about chicken sausage. It looks delicious and tempting! :)

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  2. Thats a good twist to gratin Priya..loved the idea of adding sausage..:)

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  3. wow..gratin with chicken sausage! You're tempting me girl :)

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  4. Wow gratin looks so yummy...

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  5. A very new recipe Priya.... the dish looks very delicious :)

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  6. The gratin looks very delicious Priya :) Love the addition of chicken sausage.

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  7. Wow....the gratin looks delicious! I have never tried it but the pic looks so appealing!

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  8. soft and chewy addition is fab! seems very filling priya :)

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  9. Such a long time I ven't had any gratin, make me hungry with chicken sausage!

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  10. Wow! thats lovely. Looks awesome.

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  11. Looks heavenly..m still yet to prepare gratin at home..

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  12. Can i have them for my lunch today, they look so ceamy delicious.

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