8 Reviews

I love mashed rutabegas and I love mashed potatoes but I never thought of combining them. I pressure cooked the rutabega ( more flavorful that way). The chives complemented the the flavor and added color. The only thing I changed was the amount of butter, something this good deserves lots of butter.

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Lorac February 16, 2002

This was soooo good. I haven't had a turnip in a long time. I used one turnip and one Yukon Gold potato. I cooked them whole with the skins on. After they cooled enought to handle I peeled them and mashed them with my electric mixer. I put in 1/2 cup half-n-half and the butter to make them really creamy. I had plenty of it!! I will definitely be making these again and again. Better then just plain 'ol mashed taters. Thanks for a great recipe Derf

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AuntWoofieWoof October 12, 2003

A few turnips and a few yukon gold potatoes mashed together made for an awesome accompaniment to my corned beef and "cabbage"(I had baby bok choy in the fridge.) Made Irish Sode Bread in the shape of the state of Texas and carved a star on it to "let the fairies out." Great, memorable meal!!

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jilkat25 March 17, 2005

It was really good! We did however add some milk and sour cream, so not too healthy, but sure was yummy! May start to use turnips more now!

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mrl21 January 25, 2009

the term rutabega is very american. when shopping in ireland or the uk a turnip is huge like a rutabega only it is called a turnip. over here no one has ever heard the term rutabega which leads me to believe it is an american term. swede is another name turnip is called over here.

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meinireland May 08, 2006

I can't believe I forgot to review this. I've made this for my friends who are into Celtic history and everyone loved it. Many had never had a rutabaga before and were very surprised at how tasty they are.

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Mysterygirl January 31, 2006

A favourite dish from childhood that I made to celebrate a Burns night supper we had, served with Haggis, roast beef and gravy..thanks Dorothy.

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Evie* January 27, 2006

Just a note - when we talk about neeps in Scotland we mean swedes/rutabagas and not white turnips.

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jaine9 June 25, 2003
Neeps An'tatties