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Potatoes remain a satisfying staple in many people’s meals, and scalloping this popular veggie is a decadent and delicious way to serve it. If you've never sliced potatoes scallop-style or whisked hot cream, you may think that this dish is best left to master chefs. However, scalloped potatoes actually require just a handful of ingredients and is quite very simple to make.

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1. Pick Your Potatoes

Selecting the right type of potato will ensure your scallops have the perfect creamy texture. Potatoes with a naturally buttery flavor work best with this dish. Yukon Gold potatoes hold their shape well, which keeps them from leaking starch into your sauce and Russet potatoes have a high starch content and will help thicken your sauce.

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