The horseradish and grainy mustard are what give these potatoes there sparkle. Lots of flavor with no butter or sour cream Yippy. Made as written scaling back to serve two and still had some leftover. Thanks so much for the post.
These have oodles of flavor. Very good and extremely unique. If you're looking for a traditional pour-gravy-on-top sort of mashed potatoes, then these aren't the ones you want. These mashed potatoes stand alone quite well. The flavor is welcomed especially considering how low fat they are. Thanks for the recipe, Annacia.
This has definetely a lot of flavor. Maybe too much for us. DH didn't like them. Me I did but not enough to give them 5 stars. And I decided to omit the yellow mustard. But I used 1 tsp of grainy mustard and 1 tsp of horseradish. I used italian parsley. I cooked them in the microwave for 15 minutes and then strain in a strainer (to be able to keep the garlic and parsley). Thanks Annacia. Made for the Babes of ZWT4
Scaled this down to serve 2 and made as directed but minus the horseradish, as our family is not keen on it. These were lovely, great flavours and low-fat as a bonus. Made for ZWT 4.
Taters with a kick to be sure! What a nice change from plain mashed potatoes. I love horseradish and garlic so you had me the moment I opened your recipe. A great side to plain meats. I didn't have yellow mustard so I used all grainy mustard. They smelled so good as I mixed them up. Thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT4 ~Brenda
These were terrific! The only thing i didnt put in was the parsley (makes it look to healthy :P ) but a yummy yummy mashed potato. scaled it down for two.
Lots of spunky flavor in these mashed tators! I did use chicken broth for the water, and I mashed them to a fluffy, smooth texture. The mustard and horseradish add so much character that you'll never miss any butter or milk/cream. I served this with steaks, but I can see these would be great with pretty much any meat. Thanx for posting!