Potatoes AuGratin

by Kim Wengreen
(Mendon, Utah)

(same recipe as Betty Crocker AuGratin Potatoes)


2 c. dehydrated potato slices
1/3 c. cheese powder
2 1/4 c. boiling water
2 T. butter powder*
1 T. oil
4 T. powdered milk**
2/3 c. water

Heat oven to 400 degrees.

Blend boiling water and cheese powder; add potatoes and place in a greased 2-qt. casserole dish.

Mix milk and 2/3 c. water. Mix butter powder with 1 T. oil (you can add 2 t. water instead of cooking oil) and add to milk mixture.

Add to potatoes in casserole dish and mix well.

Bake for 30-35 minutes until top is golden brown and potatoes are tender.

*You can substitute 2 T. butter or margarine for the butter powder.
**You can substitute 3/4 c. milk instead of powdered milk and 2/3 c. water.

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Thank you for this recipe
by: Anonymous

I created my own packets of Potatoes AuGratin by replacing the Oil with Powdered Shortening and packaged it so all I had to do was add HOT water before cooking (3 cups boiling water) now I can pull it out of storage and have a meal ASAP.

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Dehydrating
by: Anonymous

Thank you for the post. After I dehydrate my potato slices I will seal the other dry ingredients in food saver bags and then seal those inside a larger mylar bag with the dehydrated potatoes and oxygen absorber and I will have meals ready to go for emergencies.

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thank you!!
by: Janet

We have dehydrated potatoes that were a Christmas gift from a friend. Thank you for posting this recipe, it really helped us.

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