SLICE POTATOES BAKED IN A MUFFIN PAN


 




For breakfast with a fried egg? As party food, huh? As a side dish for a fancy dinner? The possibilities for this are quite large. And these existing Mini Potato Gratin Stacks are just 85 calories alone per serving). 


The Mini Potato Gratin Stacks are covered with cheese and packed with a lot of other goodies. All you have to do is to pick up a couple of bites and enjoy. Come on, this is crazy. Potatoes, cheese, cream, garlic, and butter are all good to go. I'm out! That was very well done, right there.

TO MAKE THIS RECIPE YOU'LL NEDD THE FOLLOWING You should persuade yourself that they are almost healthy by having them in mini form, so each mini stack just has 85 calories. Believe me, it doesn't taste like that when I say it! 

For all the potato-loving cheese monsters out there, here is a recipe. 


INGREDIENTS : 


• 10 Gold potatoes, I cut them into 1/16 inch slices.


• 3 Tsp.Of soft Butter.


• 2 Tsp.Of Parmesan cheese.


• 1 Tsp.Of garlic powder.


• 1 Tsp.Of Thyme leaves.


• Sea salt. 


• Freshly-Ground black pepper.


DIRECTIONS: 



• Step 1- Set your oven's temperature at 350 °F first, and then melt the butter to grease your muffin tin. 


• Step 2- You should split your golden potatoes into thin slices. Select and put in a big mixing bowl, then incorporate melted butter, Parmesan cheese, and spices. And please throw the combination so that the potatoes are uniformly covered. 


• Step 3- You need to layer the potatoes into stacks until finished, and put them in the muffin tin in each individual muffin cup. Sprinkle salt and pepper on top directly. 


• Step 4- Now, bring the muffin tin in the oven and bake until the sides are golden brown, and it requires between 55 to 60 minutes for the middle to be soft. 


• Step 5- You'll want to pull them out of the oven and cool them for 5 minutes or so. 


• Step 6- Be sure to garnish with Parmesan cheese, and the dried rosemary or thyme on top of the cooked potato stack.

ENJOY IT!!!