Fat-free Garlic Smashed Potatoes

"These potatoes are so full of flavor, you'd never guess they were fat free. My original recipe was made with dill, because I happened to have it on hand, but any of your favorite herbs would do nicely. Also, you could substitute seasoned salt for the creole seasoning."
 
Fat-free Garlic Smashed Potatoes created by Bergy
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  • Heat chicken broth and creole seasoning on high setting until it reaches a rolling boil.
  • Add cubed potatoes, stirring to cover them evenly. Simmer on medium-high heat 20 to 30 minutes, or until tender and easily mashed. Remove from heat.
  • Smash with a potato masher or fork until desired consistency.
  • Stir in remaining ingredients until well blended.
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  1. ladypit
    This is a really good recipe but we thought it needed less creole seasoning as it was too salty. Very spicy too, but really tasty! I love how little fat this had. Thanks!
     
  2. Bergy
    Fat-free Garlic Smashed Potatoes Created by Bergy
  3. Bergy
    We enjoyed this recipe very much - instead of sour cream I used whiipped 2% cottage cheese. Easy to prepare and keep warm. I cut the recipe back to 2 servings with no problem. Thanks Janda for a tasty no fat mashed potato recipe.
     
  4. Bergy
    We enjoyed this recipe very much - instead of sour cream I used whiipped 2% cottage cheese. Easy to prepare and keep warm. I cut the recipe back to 2 servings with no problem. Thanks Janda for a tasty no fat mashed potato recipe.
     
  5. Janda Potamus
    These potatoes are so full of flavor, you'd never guess they were fat free. My original recipe was made with dill, because I happened to have it on hand, but any of your favorite herbs would do nicely. Also, you could substitute seasoned salt for the creole seasoning.
     
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