Creamy Sweet Potato and Muenster Gratin

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Gratin is a French cooking technique where ingredients are topped with a mixture of cheese, butter, and herbs giving the bake a wonderfully crispy crust.

The resulting consistency just beneath the surface of the bake is altogether decadent, and one beautifully textured and artful side.

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– sweet potatoes – muenster cheese – nutmeg – garlic – salted butter

Peel the sweet potatoes. Remove any black spots with a pairing knife.

Assemble the Gratin, begin a layering process using overlapping potato rounds in the bottom of the braiser, covering the entire bottom of the dish.

Repeat the process with the remaining ingredients to form all the layers of your dish.

Cover and bake for 30 minutes.

Remove from the oven. Allow the gratin to stand and cool slightly. Sprinkle with additional fresh minced herbs if you like.

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