It was good! It tasted exactly like I thought it would taste. I added just a touch of carmelized onion.
sorry, I didn't like it at all...
Fabulous take on potatoes! DH, who can typically sniff out celery in *anything* loved these. I served them for a dinner party alongside roasted game hens and several people commented that 'the mashed poatoes had a certain flair!'. I ended up using more like a 3-to-1 ratio of potatoes to celeric, only b/c I was not sure how they would go over for a large crowd. I also think white pepper goes very well mixed in here over regular. Finally, while I don't typically use a potato ricer, to get the richness of these mashed potatoes, I would highly suggest using one.
I loved this recipe as well. The mashed potatoes tasted so smooth and had a sweet taste to them. They're a big hit in my family and honestly, I don't think I'll ever eat mashed potatoes without them again. Delicious.
My family loved this! I made it with red potatoes (skin on) butter and sour cream. I can't wait to make this again!
Love celeric! This is a simple tasty recipe. I peeled and cut the celeric into 3/4" cubes, boiled them for 10 minutes, poured off the hot water and immersed them in cold water, added the potatoes cut in 1 1/2" pieces brought to boil & apptx 15 minutes later they were ready to mash I added 2 tbsp of powdered chicken stock to the mashed taters etc and 1tbsp butter - no cream - delish Will use left overs in a Hamburger casserole tomorrow Thanks Roxygirl in Colorado for a keeper
A sophisticated version of an old favorite! I boiled the celery root for 25 minutes before adding Yukon Gold potatoes and 2 garlic cloves. Instead of cream, I used buttermilk to save for dessert calories. Subtle flavor imparted by the celery root was very nice. Will make again!