Tender scalloped potatoes in a savoury tarragon dijonnaise sauce. Add fine pieces of vegetables and chicken, and you have a classic favourite à la Happy Yak. Taste the difference and enjoy a hearty potato dish worthy of a king.
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In the culinary arts, the word Dauphinoise refers to a French recipe for potatoes in which the potatoes are sliced, layered in a baking dish and then baked au gratin with garlic, butter and milk or cream. There are countless variations and ours is one you will fully appreciate with its tender chicken and dijonnaise.
Did you know?
The name Dauphinoise comes from the Dauphiné region of France, where the Potatoes Dauphinoise and Gratin Dauphinois are said to originate. Dauphiné takes its name from the title held by the heir to the King of France, i.e. « dauphin » for Dolphin.
Combine the cold water (375-400 ml) and the contents of the bag. Mix well. Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Cover, remove from heat and let stand for 2 minutes.
With Insulating Pan Cover
Simmer 2 minutes on low heat, stirring often. Cover, remove from heat and let stand for 12-15 minutes, stirring once or twice.
Weight for 1 portion envelope : 130 g
Weight for 2 portions envelope : 260 g
Dehydrated Potatoes (sulphites),
Tarragon Sauce [skimmed milk powder, wheat flour, corn starch and modified corn starch, modified milk ingredients, glucose solids, dextrose, yeast extract, dehydrated onion, hydrolyzed soy proteins, blue cheese powder, white wine solids (wine, wheat maltodextrin, sulphites), corn flour, Dijon mustard powder, salt, chicken fat, potato starch, onion powder, sugar, tarragon leaves, flavour, chicken, spices, colour],
Freeze-Dried Chicken (chicken, onion, herbs),
Dehydrated Vegetables (carrot, potato, onion, celery, leek, red and green bell peppers).
Made in a factory where there are: nuts, peanuts, sesame, egg, fish, sea food.