Hunter's Moon at Dusk 2010

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Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Here's a potato recipe I stumbled upon, and it turned out to be really simple. Every recipe I do is prepared for the getting the most nutrition. Sometimes the easiest way is also the most nutritious.

I don't peel potatoes, just clean them really well and remove eyes.

I try to avoid using cornstarch. Corn products give the least amount of nutrition per calories consumed. So, in this recipe I used oatmeal for the thickener.


Oil the casserole pan you've chosen for the number of servings. Use one potato per person.

Slice your nice clean potatoes into the bottom of the casserole making only one layer.

Dot with little squares of Cheddar or mozzarella cheese. Then sprinkle with a thin layer of of oatmeal (avoid the instant kind if possible.) I also sprinkle flax seed with the oatmeal. Add salt lightly between each layer, too.

Alternate layers of these ingredients till you reach the top of the pan. For an interesting effect, cut the last layer of potatoes into small cubes. You can add some thin wedges of onion with these. The onions turn dark brown on the tips.

Now add milk till it fills the casserole to about a half an inch from the top.

Bake at 300 degrees or until bubbling. . .about thirty minutes.

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