This elegant rosemary potato galette with Gruyere cheese and garlic is easier than it looks!
I’ve been making a version of the rosemary potato galette ever since I graduate from college. It was one of the first “fancy” items I learned to make in my first “grown up” apartment. And boy did it impress people! What always amused me about it was that potato galettes are pretty easy to make. My favorite combination is rosemary and garlic with a tiny sprinkling of nutty Gruyere cheese. As long as you can slice the potatoes thinly (I use a mandoline but a sharp knife will do) the potatoes cook in about 45 minutes. If the potatoes are particular round and move around on the cutting board, just slice off a part of the bottom to give the potato a flat surface to lie on so its stable as you slice. Get the recipe for my Rosemary, Gruyere and Garlic Potato Galette over at the Anolon website!
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We make a similar version for all of the holidays. Guest look forward to them each year.
Julie is Hostess At Heart says
These potatoes sound just decadent. I love them in the galette!
Irvin, this is a stunner! Rosemary, potatoes and gruyere — what a glorious trifecta. 🙂 Can’t wait to whip this up, thanks for the recipe!
Natalya Seabrooke says
Looks good! There are always potatoes at my table. All my favourite meals include potatoes. I can eat potatoes all life long!!! Thanks for the recipe!