Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins
Well I love potatoes and am always looking for different ways of preparing them.I hope you enjoy them.My measurments may be a little off ,I dont ussually measure while preparing these.Please give me feed back!!!
- Scrub potatoes well.
- Leave skin on and cut into wedges.
- Boil in med saucepan with broth.
- When tender remove from heat and drain broth.
- Reserve about 1/2c.
- Add butter and milk and a little of broth.
- Add until desired consistency.
- Salt and pepper and serve.
What a great change from mashed potatoes, these are really easy & taste good too! Thanks for posting!
I mashed these--wasn't sure if that's what was intended, but they tasted good that way. The beef broth added a subtle difference. Thanks for sharing.
What a nice tasty potato dish; very simple yet flavorful. Sort of similiar to mashed potatoes but in chunks - great that alot of the flavor comes from the beef broth so that it isn't necessary to use alot of butter and milk (like you would in traditional mashed potatoes). I ended up peeling my potatoes due to one picky family member but won't bother next time as it will make the dish quick and easy. The one thing I did discover is that I needed to add an extra cup (3 to 4 cups) or so of beef broth because my 3 large potatoes must have been on the larger side. Definitely a keeper!