This autumnal winter dish is a healthy adaptation of the Dauphinoise dish which is traditionally made with cream and flour. This version is stripped down of the cream and gluten, but infused with flavour. And it is deceptively easy. Perfect as a main or side dish, especially for a dinner party or thanksgiving meal. It only contains two main ingredients and is all a question of slicing and layering and then letting it sit in the oven. Both crispy and soft and bursting with herbed leek sauce, it still retains a feel of a simply, whole-food focused dish.
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