What do you think of when someone says Omaha Steaks? Probably the filet mignon, burgers, or various chicken dishes. However, there is one unbeatably delicious dish from the retails, which is Omaha Steaks Potatoes Au Gratin. A lot of people want to recreate the dish at home, but get intimidated by the extravagant name. Here you will be provided the easy Omaha Steaks potatoes au gratin copycat recipe to try in your own kitchen.
This potatoes au gratin dish is perfect for big holiday dinner like Thanksgiving to serve all family members. It is viewed as more special dish than regularly baked or mashed potatoes. It is also best to serve it with meat and vegetable as it fits various side dishes.
- 6-8 Russet potatoes or any potatoes, peeled and cleaned
- 2 tbsp. butter (a little more for the pan)
- 2 tbsp. or 1/3 cup of dried onion
- 1 cup or 8 ounces of regular or low fat cream cheese
- 1 cup or 8 ounces of regular or low far sour cream
- Pinch of salt
- Pinch of black pepper, grounded
- 1/2 cup of Parmesan cheese, grated
- Bake the potatoes in 375°F heat on oven. Take it out, and let it cool down for a bit. After it turned cold, shred the potato in a large bowl.
- In the bowl of shredded potatoes, add dried onion, cream cheese, and sour cheese. Mix them. Then add butter, salt, and black pepper seasoning. Mix well until all ingredients are incorporated.
- By using an ice cream scoop, dip out into the mixture in bowl. Make the mixture into ball shape.
- Lay a container and fill it with Parmesan cheese. Roll the potatoes mix into the cheese until it is well coated. Continue to do so until all the potatoes mix all rolled up.
- Spread a cookie sheet and place the ball-shaped potatoes mix on top of it. Cover the mix and place it into refrigerator to freeze it. If it has frozen after some time, you can place the balls inside plastic bags to store them.
- To serve the dish, lay the potatoes balls on cookie sheets and bake them in oven with 350°F heat for about 15-20 minutes.
The total cooking process for Omaha Steaks potatoes au gratin took about 1 hour and 40 minutes; with 20 minutes being prep time and the rest is cook time. The recipe above can serve up to 8 people.
To recreate the Omaha Steaks potatoes au gratin is totally not complicated at all. This perfect dinner dish tastes superb. It is also a nicer and healthier alternative to French fries, even if it costs a little bit more but the taste is definitely worth it.