Absolutely delicious. And really quick and easy with too. Made for Aussie / Kiwi Swap March 2014.
Oh my goodness, what a great recipe for mashed potatoes. I almost always have a carton of buttermilk that needs to be used up and I never, ever thought of putting it in mashed potatoes. And I always have lots of interesting mustards. Brilliant recipe that went so well with roast lamb, asparagus and Stuffed Mushrooms With Feta. We ate very well. Thanks so much for posting.
Loved the addition of the mustard, really kicked the potatoes up a notch. Added parsley from my garden. Thanks for a lovely recipe.
Simple and delicious! DH was very happy with this for Christmas dinner to accompany his prime rib of beef. Thanks Mom2Rose! Made for Aussie Kiwi Recipe Swap #59.
I scaled this back for 1lb of potatoes and used Charisma potatoes (a white potato developed in Australia which is low GI and good for diabetics) and well in the rush and we prefer our potatoes on the firm side rather than smooth, so I just put in the butter with a little salt and pepper and mashed until most of the lumps were out and then added the grainy mustard and then buttermilk and beat it all together with the masher and it was all gobbled up, even the DM (who lately hasn't been keen about eating mashed potato) ate hers all up too. Thank you Mom2Rose, made for Make My Recipe - Edition 14.
What a wonderful way to make mashed potatoes Mom! I follwed as per recipe. and with the subtle hint of the mustard and the added creaminess of the buttermilk ..... Well this was just such a perfect combination! Thanks Mom a mashed potato winner!!!! This was thoroughly enjoyed amd complimented on by the whole family.
Excellent. Loved the mustard although I did decrease it to half. I've made mashed potatoes with buttermilk before and I really like the flavor it adds. Thanks so much for sharing. Made for March Aussie Swap 2010 :)
MOm these are wonderful! I was unsure about the mustrd taste but it gives that AH HA in the taters. Delightful. I also used red taters witht he skin on. Added in a bit of garlic after the first tasdte NOT because they needed it but because we love garlic in this house. I used the milk and lemon juice for buttermilek and also reduced the recipe for 4 people. Excellent! Made for Feb Aus/NZ Swap 2010
I reduced the recipe to 4 servings and used Smart Balance in place of the butter. Being the garlic lover that I am, I did toss a couple of cloves of garlic into the pot with the potatoes. The potatoes were red skinned that were scrubbed and the peel left on. Red skinned potatoes are lower on the glycemic index and leaving the peel on adds fiber. Both factors contribute to a lower rise in blood sugars. DH and I both really enjoyed the flavor the Dijon mustard adds to the dish. Made for the *Aussie Swap*
Great taters! I enjoyed the slight taste of the mustard. The potatoes were nice and creamy. Thanks! Made for the Australian swap-Nov. 2009.