In the oven: Preheat over to 200°C/400°F. Spread the frozen Dauphine potatoes on a baking tray. Place on middle oven rack and bake for 10 to 15 minutes. Turn the Dauphines halfway through cooking time. In a fryer: Fry the Dauphine potatoes during 3 to 4 minutes into hot oil. Drain and serve immediately.
Introduce your customers to Dauphinoise potatoes. They’ll be delighted to dig into this quality pairing of mashed potatoes and fried choux pastry.
- Light and fluffy texture
- 10-minute cook time
- Straight from the freezer to the oven (or deep fryer)
Potatoe, non hydrogenated sunflower oil, eggm wheat flour, wheat starch, potato granules, salt, dextrose (wheat), spices. Contains: egg, wheat
Serving our Dauphinoise potatoes
Although they’re a popular side dish in France, Dauphinoise potatoes are not yet well known in Canada. Our frozen Dauphinoise potatoes can be baked or fried as a side dish to meat, poultry, or fish. Caterers also like to serve them as canapes or with a house sauce.
You’ll particularly love how our Dauphinoise potatoes require no defrosting and can be put directly in the deep-fryer or oven.
What is the difference between Dauphinoise potatoes and noisette potatoes?
Dauphinoise potatoes and noisette potatoes are two classic French dishes. The main difference is that Dauphinoise potatoes consist of a mixture of choux pastry and potato. By contrast, noisettes potatoes are simply mashed potatoes shaped into small balls and then coated with breadcrumbs.