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Potatoes in French
Honestly, I wasn't going to post this recipe. Planned this dish for the Birthday boy and decided to find it on the website to make the photo in the photo report. But the "one to one" or "exactly" is not found. We all have something, but different! So I decided to make step-by-step photos to share with you this simple recipe. In our family he has been living for many years, took it from my mom. That is, "and in the feast and in the world"! Nothing new, but still..

Ingredients

  • Pork

    700 g

  • Tomato paste

    3 Tbsp

  • Potatoes

    8 piece

  • Onion

    2 piece

  • Mayonnaise

    100 g

  • Cheese

    250 g

  • Salt

  • Spices

Cooking

step-0
Let us start to meat. Wash it and cut into cubes (about 2x3 cm).
step-1
Add salt to taste. If you like, add spices or pepper. I add nothing but salt, because I have this dish loves 5-year-old son. Salt, add tomato paste (or tomato sauce), stir and forgot for an hour or more as you wish at the moment.
step-2
At this time, prepare the vegetables and cheese. Cut onion into half rings, if small. If large, quartered. Potatoes also rings or half rings with a thickness of about 2-3 mm. Cheese grate on a coarse grater. After a time, the form grease with vegetable oil and begin to lay out layers. First - the meat.
step-3
The second bow.
step-4
The third potato. Of potatoes turns 2-3 rows, don't forget to add some salt. Or whole sliced potatoes with salt in a bowl, and then put into a form.
step-5
Further, a small layer of mayonnaise.
step-6
And the last cheese. Cheese lay out immediately, because it forms a crust, under which all baked in its own juice. Put into the oven. If the form is metal with thin walls that 50-60 min at t=200 degrees. If the form is thick, ceramic, as in the photo, then bake for 20 minutes more.
step-7
I don't know the secret, but tasty, this dish is obtained in a thin metal shape, in ceramics I like less. The cheese should be browned, beautiful crust. Our favorite dish is ready!
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