These are the tops! A big hit at dinner last night. Thanks!
We got some red potatoes in our farm box. I didn't have any fresh garlic, so I added some Trader Joe's crushed garlic to the potatoes after I drained them. I also used buttermilk instead of milk. Everyone in my family liked them and gave them between 4 and 5 stars, a true complement from my sometimes picky eaters!
If I could give this recipe one million stars, I would! That's how good it is! Thank you MizzNezz for posting it! I made it tonight with meatloaf and green beans! I didn't have milk in the fridge when I made these, but I did have some heavy whipping cream from another dinner earlier in the week... don't judge me! They were so buttery and creamy and delicious! <br/><br/>When I added the Parmesan cheese, my Mother-in-law looked at me weird and questioned it. I said I didn't know what the Parm was for, but that I was still going to add it! She was the one to rave the most! Ha! Success! My Husband and sister-in-law loved them too! <br/><br/>Sadly, there were no leftovers!
If I described these potatoes in one word, it would be "heavenly". I followed the recipe to a tee, and they are delicious! Very creamy, flavorful, but not overly seasoned. This is now my favorite mashed potato recipe!
Very tasty and really easy, too! I added a little extra milk. Garlic flavor is not strong, so could add more if desired. We enjoyed it as is. Thanks for the recipe!
Real good!! thank you mizz nezz :)
Delicious, tasty and easy recipe - thanks! I used 3 large, fresh garlic cloves and grated parmesan cheese. I also peeled the mix of organic red and yellow potatoes I had before boiling since I was using this recipe to get mashed potatoes needed to make Shepherd's Pie.