Parmesan Potato Stacks Recipe

This easy recipe for Parmesan potato stacks makes a great side dish or appetizer that your family and guests will definitely enjoy. They are very flavorful due to the thyme, garlic and parmesan which I always love to pair when cooking potatoes. If you don’t like thyme feel free to use any other herbs you prefer like rosemary, oregano or basil.

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Ingredients
Makes about 4-6 servings
3 tbsp (45g) butter, melted
2 tbsp (25g) Parmesan cheese
1 tsp (3g) garlic powder
1 tsp thyme leaves
salt and freshly ground black pepper
8-10 gold potatoes (1.4 kg) sliced thin (about 1/16 inch -1.6 mm thick)

1. Preheat the oven to 375°F (190C). Butter 12 muffin cups and set aside. Cut the potatoes into thin slices, preferably using a mandoline.

2. Place potato slices into a large bowl. Add melted butter, Parmesan cheese, thyme, garlic, salt and pepper. Toss to coat evenly.

3. Layer the potato slices into stacks and place in the prepared muffin cups. Sprinkle some freshly ground black pepper.

4. Bake until the edges and tops are golden brown and the centers are tender, 55 minutes to 1 hour.

5. Remove from the oven, let them rest for 5 minutes then remove from pan and garnish with parmesan cheese and thyme.

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Comment (46)

  1. I love these youtube chefs that are always trying to use a bowl that barely contains the food they're trying to toss or turn over. You either need half the food, or twice the bowl to avoid what I like call "a fucking disaster" on your floor and countertop.

  2. looks delicious, but I'd need a bigger mixing bowl, otherwise most would end up on the floor, or me. Not that I'm not yummy buttered, but, ya know, time and place.

  3. I used to do something like this except I layered the potato slices into a cast iron pan and just cooked it on the range. I think that I got the recipe from one called Potatoes-anna, ie.: based on Pollyanna. I wound up using the vegetable peeler to make the slices as thin as possible.

  4. Your video is excellent, having the recipe/printable is wonderful, the background music is too distracting from your cooking efforts… use something soft and gentle or just the sounds of what you are doing would be great!….I think I will try this recipe this weekend, thank you!

  5. People come here expecting the person posting a video knows what s/he is doing. So you pair a slippery potato with a dangerous mandolins blade then use your bare hands. Way to be irresponsible. Then your bowl is too small by half and you shake it to mix in only enough seasonings for 2 potatoes, not the 8-10 in your recipe. I'm sorry you're bearing the brunt of this but I'm getting tired of people thinking just because they have a camera and some free time they're suddenly experts. Next time prepare raw chicken with your bare hands and then slice fruit for dessert without washing your hands.

  6. Home Cooking Adventure, I return anything that I took from you and your belongings which are with me, my husband and my children. My family and I just take the truth only forever.

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