Simply delicious, tastes just like mom's.
Good mashed potatoes. Next time I may add a little more milk and blend a little longer. They were thicker than I usually make them. They still are delicious, just personal preference.
This is my "go to" recipe for mashed potatoes. I use grass-fed butter instead of margarine. If I don't have sour cream, I use yogurt.
We made these for our Thanksgiving dinner, and the mashed potato connoisseurs of the house said it was very good! It is definitely a recipe that I will be using again, thank you!
I avoid making mash potatoes because I suck at it. This recipe was easy to follow and required minimal ingredients. Didn't change a thing, and IT WAS SLAMMING!!!! Thank you for a fantastic recipe. Will use it always.
Made it with salted butter, yum!
Potatoes like this just make me want to eat the whole bowl. I made these for a Thanksgiving dinner, and doubled the recipe. Thank you!
Really simple, and really good! I actually am too lazy to even bring out my mixer, so the first try or two the consistency was a bit lumpier than what i prefer. However, I got the hang of it quickly (again, too lazy to pull out the mixer!) and can now easily mash the potatoes with just a handy fork. I typically use about 8 potatoes and it's a LOT for just my husband & I; so usually we use the leftovers for the next night's dinner.
This has been my go to recipe for years now. Guaranteed success every time! I do use unsalted butter in place of the margarine, omit the parsley, and sometimes add more sour cream and milk if I want the mashed potatoes creamier.<br/><br/>My Boiling Method: Start in cold water, bring to a boil (takes about 15 min). Cover and simmer about 30 min. until fork tender. Drain and place back in pan over heat 30 seconds to remove water.