Potato recipes


Shiitake and mushroom gratin with potatoes

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- 250 g shiitake mushrooms.

- 250 g common mushrooms.

- 500 g potatoes.

- 2 cloves of garlic

- Thyme.

- Rosemary

- Pepper

- Salt

- 50 g of Parmesan cheese.

- 30 g of butter.

- � cup water.

- Olive oil


- Prepare the mushrooms, washing and cleaning them.

- Cut the mushrooms into thin slices.

- Peel and cut potatoes into slices.

- Grate the Parmesan cheese.

- Chop the garlic and put together the pieces with mushrooms rolled.

- In a frying pan add a little oil and saute garlic and mushrooms for a couple of minutes.

- Add the water, sprinkle with thyme and parsley and let simmer for about 10 minutes. Stir from time to time.

- Add salt and some pepper and let simmer a few more minutes. Then remove from heat and let it cool.

- Preheat oven to 200 � C.

- Coat the bottom of a metal pan with butter. Place the potato halves so that they partially overlap on one another. Cover the potatoes with a layer of slices of mushrooms. Place the other potatoes, forming another layer on top of the first and covering them with the rest of shiitake.

- Salt as desired and sprinkle with a little pepper. Place in hot oven and cook until the potatoes are cooked (about 80 or 80 minutes)

- Cover the dish with grated Parmesan cheese and cook for another fifteen minutes.

How to serve?

- Serve hot as a the first course

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