These scalloped potatoes sidestep traditional unhealthful ingredients like cream, butter, and cheese—and even added salt, and they still taste amazing. Garlic, paprika, black pepper, sweet onion, and fresh thyme combine to deliver top-notch flavors!
Note: Despite all the text below, this is not a difficult recipe. I just thought I would go ahead and address the questions that will likely come up, including types of potatoes, cashews, pan size, mandolines, aluminum foil, etc.Print
Above: This shows the very top layer, where I have cut the potatoes in half lengthwise and added the remaining sauce over the top, just before covering and baking.
Above: This is after baking and browning the top on broil. The cashew "cheese" does a great job of replacing dairy to create a creamy effect.
Above: Reheated leftovers that I have dusted with ground cashews, using a rotary cheese grater to give the impression of a dry cheese. The green garnish is thyme.