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I really could eat this every day!! Fantastic mashed potatoes and I just looooove the gouda!!! I was going to use fresh dill for this, and I did, but I could only get 1/2 teaspoon as some stupid deer had found my herb garden and apparently deer like dill (as well as cilantro and parsely). Anyway I will definitely make this one again! Made for ZWT 7 - Count Dracula and his Hot Bites!
Very yummy casserole, creamy and cheesey yum! I used smoked gouda and also smoked paprika for the top, thanks for sharing. Made for ZWT 6 Queens of Quisine!
We loved these mashed potatoes. I forgot to get the Gouda at the grocery store. Fortunately we had some cheese left over from a wine tasting. We threw three r four semi-soft cheeses in the mashed potatoes and it was delicious. I might use more dill next time though.
Family loved this....I used smoked gouda and ricotta but next time I am using sour cream in place of the ricotta. Also I could not taste the dill but will double it next time as well. Thank you for a keeper recipe!!
Delicious! I made this (with DD's help) tonight for dinner as part of ZWT3, and I must say, it was devoured by my household! They are not the biggest mash fans, but this hit the spot! I really wanted to use smoked gouda, but for some reason was unable to locate any in my local market today (it's a conspiracy, I swear!!). WIll definitely try again using smoked to see how that is - we made it scaled to 3 servings and used regular gouda - and used exact ingredients and instructions. Yummy - thanks for a great recipe, Parsley!! ;)
I used smoked gouda for an extra kick. We found it needed a bit more salt to really bring out the other flavours, but other than that I wouldn't change a thing. It tasted lovely and had a really creamy texture. Thanks Parsley!
No need for smoked gouda for me!! I REALLY liked this recipe and my guest loved it. It made plenty for everyone and I had quite a bit left over. I added miricle whip, mustard, sweet relish and a few packets of artifical sweetner to the left over potatoes and POOF, I had some yummy mashed potato salad with a twist (served warm or cold, of course)!! Thanks for sharing such a wonderful recipe--I'll be using it plenty more!!
These were flavorless to me. I loved the texture, and it made a ton of potatoes for my family, but next time I'll have to add smoked gouda for flavor and some sour cream.
Yumm-Oh! I used 2 1/2 lbs (~3 large) potatoes, used a 9 x 9 pan. Use 1/2 bacon drippings from some GREAT applewood smoked bacon, instead of 1/2 of initial butter. Used SMOKED gruyere (didn't have gouda), plus some swiss, and jack I had laying around. Used full amt. of seasonings (needed ample salt, pepper, etc. Topped with parmesan. Great with ham or next day with fried eggs. THANKS!
Parsley I had to make these potatoes! I used green onion instead of a white onion, smoked gouda and the fresh dill, I adore dill!! Awesome recipe! The smoked gouda with the ricotta went well with each other, nice cheese flavor thru the potatoes!