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  • Mashed potato

    nope i didnt crash

    share your mashed potato recipes?

    i just did spuds, skin on, italian herb,chopped cooked red onion, hot english mustard,a drizzle of ,allegedly , cholesterol lowering milk and olive oil butter


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  • #2
    microwave/boil some normal potato and some sweet potato (50/50 usually for me). mash together with a little milk, salt and butter. Then serve with some balsamic. Bonus points if you throw some garlic in too.

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    • #3
      Red Sweet Potato (white flesh) Steamed Not Boiled. MMMMMMMMMMMMMM
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      • #4
        Left over mashed potato , make into paddy shapes quick fry. Wack a fried egg on top ,Breakfast for tradies

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        • #5
          Keep it simple - peeled spuds (high starch of preference, so usually one of the white varieties), in COLD water brought to a boil. About halfway done toss in a few peeled garlic cloves.

          Drain, mash with a shit-load of butter (the garlic just mashes in as well) and some good extra-virgin olive oil.

          If you want to get fancy, drizzle some truffle oil as well.

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          • #6
            Tamis sieve

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            • #7
              Normal mash + sour cream + garlic + butter and milk.

              Does anyone leave the skin on?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Skut View Post
                Keep it simple - peeled spuds (high starch of preference, so usually one of the white varieties), in COLD water brought to a boil. About halfway done toss in a few peeled garlic cloves.

                Drain, mash with a shit-load of butter (the garlic just mashes in as well) and some good extra-virgin olive oil.

                If you want to get fancy, drizzle some truffle oil as well.
                My wife's Thermomix does it for me

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                • #9
                  I do them simple as but always turns out good. Big white potatoes, Peel them, chop them fairly small, chuck in a pot of water, boil until fork slides in easy, pour water out of pot, chuck like half a stick of butter and a fair bit of salt and pepper in, mash the butter in while the potatoes are hot enough to melt it easy, small dash of milk and mash that in, turn out fluffy and tasty as.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Triple View Post
                    My wife's Thermomix does it for me
                    Best mashed potato ever! Page 83 in the basic cook book...lol...
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by fetus View Post
                      I do them simple as but always turns out good. Big white potatoes, Peel them, chop them fairly small, chuck in a pot of water, boil until fork slides in easy, pour water out of pot, chuck like half a stick of butter and a fair bit of salt and pepper in, mash the butter in while the potatoes are hot enough to melt it easy, small dash of milk and mash that in, turn out fluffy and tasty as.
                      Pretty much this... (Father taught me the simple way and I've been doing it ever since with no complaints from the family so far )
                      Only variation is to add some garlic chives to the boiling water and to use fresh cream instead of milk.
                      Once tried to be fancy and do a Mediterranean mash, basically just add (at the mash stage) , sliced olives, olive oil, feta , sliced sundried tomatoes and diced red opinion.
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                      • #12
                        Kipflers. Roasted in duck fat.

                        Or cubed baked tossed in fresh chopped french tarragon about 10 minutes before cooking is finished
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by fetus View Post
                          I do them simple as but always turns out good. Big white potatoes, Peel them, chop them fairly small, chuck in a pot of water, boil until fork slides in easy, pour water out of pot, chuck like half a stick of butter and a fair bit of salt and pepper in, mash the butter in while the potatoes are hot enough to melt it easy, small dash of milk and mash that in, turn out fluffy and tasty as.
                          Get a Whisk and whisk them for even fluffier
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                          • #14
                            Neufchatel cream cheese from Kakulas!

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by TROUBLE View Post
                              Get a Whisk and whisk them for even fluffier
                              I do this too, mine are pretty simple but a good tip is to drain them, put them back in the saucepan with the lid on & give them a good shake, then take the lid off & let them dry a bit before mashing in butter & salt, then whisking in milk or sour cream until they're the right consistency. You can add chives or spring onions if you want to be fancy.
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