What Are Lyonnaise Potatoes?
Lyonnaise potatoes are a French dish made with sliced and pan-fried potatoes and thinly sliced sautéed onions. Lyonnaise is named after the French city of Lyon and means "Lyon style".
In this dish, the potatoes are usually partially cooked before being sautéed. In this way, crispy outside and soft inside potatoes are obtained.
What is the Difference Between Lyonnaise Potatoes and Potato Gratin?
These two dishes are actually quite different from each other. Lyonnaise Potatoes are usually made by stir-frying. Dauphinoise potatoes (Potato Gratin) are baked in the oven with a cream sauce.
What To Serve with Lyonnaise Potatoes?
Lyonnaise Potatoes are often served as a main course or side dish. It is quite compatible with tenderloin, chicken and duck meat. It can also be served with vegetables such as broccoli, cauliflower and spinach.
Here are our delicious recipes that you can serve with Lyonnaise Potatoes: