So this has set me the difficult task of trying to find potato dishes that hubby either does like (one in a million) or might like (even rarer).
I remembered that I cooked a dish of scalloped potatoes that he enjoyed - and reported that he really quite approved of - so I decided to go there again.
|Looks good to me!|
Scalloped potatoes (well, my recipe anyway!) involves slicing the potatoes very thinly and laying them in a dish interspersed with finely cut celery and grated garlic and pouring over a concoction of milk, cream cheese and cream. Bake in the oven for the next hour or so until the potatoes are soft. So very indulgent! Definitely not something to have more than once a year! I paired them with some chicken that had a layer of green pesto through the middle - just for a bit of added flavour - and was then roasted with a little butter on top for around 30 mins at 180degC. A final flourish of steamed carrot, broccoli, peas and a little gravy rounded off the plate.
Myself and son & heir loved it - poor hubby was less than impressed with both the potatoes and the chicken. Oh dear. I'll try to do better next time!
For dessert, son & heir and myself had our current favourite thing - little pre-packed jellies with fruit inside. Our choice this evening, was orange flavour jelly with mandarins. They are so refreshing - and just a few spoonfuls big. They really hit the spot.