Next time I mash potatoes, this is how I'll be doing them! YYUUUUUUUMM! 'CHAMP' is a brand name for dog food here in New Zealand! .... I'm sure our pooche would LLOOOOVE your recipe!!.... ...If I make extra maybe I could mix some up with HIS 'Champ' food!!!
These were the very best potatoes ever! They were fluffy and so delicious. We couldn't believe we'd never tried them before and can't imagine we'll make them any other way from now on! I even bought some lovely Irish butter to pool in the center. I used five pounds of red skinned potatoes, and the other portions seemed just right for them. Thanks Miller for another wonderful, informative recipe. Bless you.
This is an awesome way to serve potatos. I accidently put a touch too much milk in and it would have been perfect just a little drier - recommend that you add milk gradually.
Made this exactly as directed and it came out awefully pretty but ... gummy is the only description I can think of. I may have slightly over cooked the potatoes and that may have been the contributing factor, but they did not go over very well and I'm not sure I'll be trying them again. Thanks for the recipe anyway. :)
What a great thing to do to potatoes! I have made this twice and everyone truly enjoys it. This is a "KEEPER"! Why would anyone want mashed potatoes any other way? Thank's a bowlfull, Millie.
Loved this, everyone love this dish! It was a great addition to our traditional corn beef and cabbage meal on St. Patick's Day. Thanks for sharing.
We eat this all the time. When I was living in Ireland we served in at least once a week. The beauty of it is that it works perfectly with the most sophisticated meal yet it is so simple and can be served just on its own. Definetely worth trying as a nice way to dress up plain old mash.