5 Reviews

Yum! These were really good. I halved the recipe for 2 servings and chickened out on using that much chile powder, lol. I used about 1/2 teaspoon which was plenty of flavor for us. Thanks Susie for a great keeper. Made for ZWT8 - Mexico/Tex Mex.

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lazyme August 10, 2012

These were just terrific! I did substitute taro root since I am trying to not feed my diabetic DH potatoes too often. However, the flavors were right on. I also skipped the honey, but they were still sweet. Must be the taro. Made for ZWT 2011.

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threeovens June 09, 2011

WOW...I was looking for a different way to serve mashed potatoes and this was a hit! Made exactly as listed...don't need to change a thing! ZWT5

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Thymestudio June 11, 2009

These were really very good. I used a combination of ancho and chipotle chili powders and added just a little extra to my potatoes as well. I was hesitant to add the honey, but it really added just the right finish to the potatoes.

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iris5555 September 14, 2007

These were yummy, Susie, and just packed with flavor! I used Yukon Gold potatoes, subbed Smart Balance for the butter, and used half ancho chile powder and half chipotle. I did add a little extra milk (1%), but it was just because I had to make them ahead of time. I do like mashed potatoes thick, but was afraid they may get too thick while being reheated. Thanks for posting!

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GaylaJ May 02, 2007
Chile-Corn Mashed Potatoes