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Thanks...my husband dubbed these "better than Applebee's" and he's always raved about how good Applebee's are.

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cookin'away August 24, 2009

Made these for my DD and DSIL, what can I say - they were perfect! Everyone loved them, I served them with "To Die for Roast" and a tray of fresh veggies. Yum!!

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Jb Tyler, TX August 18, 2009

The taste was just ok and the texture reminded me of glue. We won't be trying these again.

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kimmiej7 July 21, 2009

Another winner MizzNezz! I made these with gold potatoes instead of red because that's what I had, but otherwise followed the recipe exactly. Perfect balance of garlic, butter and cheese. We will definitely be adding these to our regular rotation!

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anbfraz July 06, 2009

Very yummy..and very easy to make! I added a little more garlic!

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tashajewelz July 06, 2009

These were just great! My wife was a little leery of these, but she liked them a lot! We added sour cream, too. Also, we fried them up for breakfast the next day. Just put them in a hot pan, without butter, or oil, etc. The butter already in the potatoes keeps them from sticking. Fry each side until golden brown. So good! We will make again!

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cgmonster June 07, 2009

Easy and delicious! I put in 5 garlic cloves (2 of them were small) and it was just the right amount of garlicky. Also used 1 more tablespoon of butter. It had plenty of flavor. As a personal preference, I will use more milk next time. They were rather stiff, but still delicious!

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Mark & Stacy May 21, 2009

Yum! I used 3 # of reds, 5 cloves of garlic (I REALLY like garlic), and since I used more potatoes I increased the butter, parmesan, and milk. In place of regular salt I used garlic salt. Instead of mashing the potatoes I used my hand mixer to whip them.

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Shani Banani May 15, 2009
Mashed Red Potatoes With Garlic and Parmesan