Gratin dauphinois is a famous traditional French dish from the Dauphiné region (Southeast of France). This gratin contains raw potatoes, cream and milk, baked in a dish rubbed with garlic. Some recipes add grated cheese to it, since gratins usually include cheese. However, the authentic gratin dauphinois does not include any cheese. Today, I am sharing an authentic recipe for the gratin dauphinois. Enjoy!
The recipe I am using is from a local of the Dauphiné region, who claims he got the recipe from his mother, who got it from his grandmother…etc. You can find the recipe in French here.
Enjoy as a full meal or with red meat on the side!