Simple Scalloped Potatoes — Most Popular Pin of the Week

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Sometimes coming up with a side that can feed a crowd is harder than figuring out the main dish. But this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week, Food Network Magazine's Cheesy Scalloped Potatoes, can feed a hungry army of eight people. A big-batch side dish that pairs well with any main course, this foolproof, cheesy batch of potatoes turns out tender and golden brown every time.

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Get the recipe: Food Network Magazine’s Simple Scalloped Potatoes

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