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This was pretty good .. I used 1 tablespoon of freshly chopped dill .. I will add a bit more butter next time, thanks for the recipe!
"Very Good Potatoes"!!! I made a few adjustments though. I used 1/2 tsp. salt, 1/8 tsp. pepper and 1/4 tsp. dried dill. I also heated up the butter & cream (not milk) before adding to the mashed potatoes. Using real cream, (not milk) always make mashed potatoes taste better, and creamier.
With the number of revisions people are making to such a basic recipe, I am shocked that they are leaving so many stars. This recipe is good is you've never cooked before, I guess. You're supposed to use white pepper in mashed potatoes so there aren't black specks in your potatoes. And why not use fresh dill? If you're going to use dried dill you may as well use dried potatoes.
Delicious! Used fresh dill instead of dry, about 2 t. These potatoes had a nice tang from the sour cream and the dill wasn't too overpowering. We really enjoyed them. Thanks for posting!
I happened to have a lot of fresh dill and sour cream in the house, so I made this, using about 8 organic potatoes, along with Organic Valley milk, butter salt and pepper. I meant to add some fresh garlic, and will do that next time. Still, family loved it - good for a cold winter night!
Good and creamy.
To make these lighter, I used low fat milk and sour cream, and margarine instead of butter. They still were delicious!
This once again proves you don't need a lot of expensive ingredients and complicated steps to produce a great tasting dish. These "taters" really hit the spot. The dill adds nice color and flavor. It will be fun to experiment with other herbs too. Thanks for sharing, evewitch!
Sometimes it is little additions like this (the dill) that make such a surprising and subtle difference. The mashed potatoes were much more visually appealing too. Thanks, evewitch!
I doubled the recipe and glad I did. Used 2 tablespoons fresh dill and was great. Nice and creamy!