Creamy baked fish on potato gratin
This dish gives off veritably French- country vibes. Which, in hindsight, is rather unsurprising given it’s a form that our veritably own Cook JB just casually threw together one day. We ate it, loved it so much, declared it was “ website- good ” also progressed to remake it oh, I do n’t know. perhaps 10, 12 times before we were completely happy with it and closed out all the “ what ifs ”?
principally, it’s a delicate potato gratin, heavy on the leek( or onion), with fish that’s ignited on top at the same time, covered in a brickle golden breadcrumb beating. So basically, the breadcrumb beating acts as a lid, keeping everything amorous and succulent as the fish bubbles down in the delicate sauce while the gratin soaks up the delicious fish authorities.
It’s just an all-out cosy dish of delicious cosiness!