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Nice mash! I had to use turnips. Great directions, everything was done at just the right time. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Easy and tasty. Added a teaspoon of minced garlic at the end because we love everything garlicky here. Definitely a keeper. Thanks for sharing!
This was the best mashed recipe I have made. The flavors blend together so well. I usually add extra butter on my plate to mashed anything, but this doesn't need it. Followed the recipe to a tee. Wouldn't change a thing. Partially mashed was perfect. Thanks so much for this recipe.
We added some pepper jack cheese to the mash, then sprinkled the top with green onions and crumbles of bacon. Like mashed potatoes except so much better!
Wasnt sure about this from reading it, but it was surprisingly good. The rutabaga gave a subtle sweetness to the mash, as did the carrots. A nice change from standard mash potatoes. A definate keeper.
We really loved the carrots in this clapshot! I also added a turnip plus a pinch each of ginger & nutmeg. Served with my Quick Pan-Fried Chicken Livers With Apple, Onion and Sage and it was a delicious & healthy meal!! Thanks Jenny, will definitely make again!
Definitely an acquired taste. found it a little bitter for my liking, but loved it once I added a little golden-brown sugar and some grated cheddar. Thank you for a different and tasty veggie dish.
I grew up on this for my family this is comfort food. The only difference is we fry it with onions. Perfect on a cold winter night and goes great with any meat you may be serving. You can also use leftovers to make this, you don't have to make freash veggies.
This has to be my favourite mash, have been making it for years. I used a swede and also added a parsnip. Mashed it with the butter and for some reason I like white pepper in this mash and that is what I used. Didn't put the egg in, like it rustic.