Sometimes you just have to go on faith that, when it comes to a Scalloped Potato Casserole, less is better. I’m not sure when I fell in with a bad crowd, probably sometime in the 70’s. I was lured into making a glorified pan of potatoes that included cream of this and cream of that soup, more than a cup of greasy shredded cheese and voila, I was serving up a monstrosity of a potato casserole.
That’s certainly not how my mom made them. Hers were a much simpler offering. Thin sliced potatoes and onions simmered in a cream sauce with a little sprinkle of paprika for color…bingo. It’s perfect, a classic, its creamy, it’s decadent and a sure crowd pleaser.
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