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Mashed Potato Casserole (Mont Pommes D'or): Jacques Pépin Cooking At Home

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Too many leftovers this holiday season? Jacques Pépin teaches us how to make Mont Pommes D’or or “Golden Mount of Potatoes”. It’s a mashed potato soufflé that only requires a few simple ingredients and will liven up your leftovers with a delightful crispy top crunch.

What you’ll need: 4 cups of mashed potatoes, three eggs, gruyere cheese, grated parmesan, pepper, oil

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