Total Time
25mins
Prep 5 mins
Cook 20 mins

This has been a long-time family favorite!!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. In a pot, boil the potatoes with just enough water to cover the potatoes.
  2. Cover the pot.
  3. Simmer until fork-tender; (don't over boil until mushy, just until the fork pierces the potato all the way through); drain.
  4. In a bowl, mash the potatoes; add in the mayo, Parmesan cheese, chopped onion, salt and pepper to taste;mix well until fluffy and creamy.
  5. Note: for garlic lovers, roasted garlic may be added to the mashed potatoes.
Most Helpful

These were very good and did not need additional seasonings, such as butter. I will definately make again. Thank you for sharing.

Sky Valley Cook November 28, 2008

WOW! Just SO delicious! I followed LEEZAH4's suggestion of adding garlic in with the potatoes, and added this in the last few minutes of boiling (a neat idea!). I used new potatoes and 3/4 cup of low-fat mayonnaise, which still had ample flavour. And just couldn't resist adding a flat tablespoon of Greek yoghurt. Mashed potatoes can be SO boring: these were SO creamy and delicious, and so easy to make that I'll certainly be making this recipe again and again, and allowing for people wanting to come back for a second serving! Next time, I make this recipe, I'm going to follow ColCadsMom's suggestion of sauteing the onions and garlic in butter. Made for New Zaar Stars Tag. Thanks, KITTENCAL, for another wonderful recipe!

bluemoon downunder July 20, 2008

I have heard people talk about eating mashed potatoes with mayonnaise, but had never tried it myself. I was pleased with the results! This recipe yeilds a flavor that can stand on its own, but is also great to top with gravy (we used the sauce from Kittencal's Easy Mushroom Soup Pork Chops). I knew that my red onion had some SERIOUS heat, so I decided to saute it and some minced garlic in a small amount of butter in a skillet while the potatoes cooked. The flavor was out of this world! DH thought they were too thick and needed milk, but that was probably because I skimped a little on the Hellman's. The consistancy was perfect to me, especially when the gravy was added. Thanks for posting a delightful new way to mash a potato!

ColCadsMom January 10, 2008