Mashed Potatoes Olé

Mashed Potatoes Olé created by Brenda.

Aren't you getting tired of my magazine recipes? Maybe I either need to (1) stop subscribing to so many or (2) Read them & toss them. But those pictures look soooo good that I'm sure I'll make it someday. I can't swear to the publication but the date is Oct. 2004 & the page looks like those BHG prize tested cut-outs.

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  • Cut corn kernels from cobs if using fresh.
  • In a large saucepan, cook corn, potatoes, carrots, jalapeño peppers and garlic in enough boiling water to just cover for 15-20 minutes until all vegetables are tender. Drain off water.
  • Add butter to vegetables & coarsely mash with a potato masher. Stir in sour cream & 3/4 cup cheese.
  • Season to taste with salt & pepper.
  • Top with remaining cheese.
  • Microwave 30 seconds to 1 minute or until cheese topping melts.
  • Serve immediately.
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"Aren't you getting tired of my magazine recipes? Maybe I either need to (1) stop subscribing to so many or (2) Read them & toss them. But those pictures look soooo good that I'm sure I'll make it someday. I can't swear to the publication but the date is Oct. 2004 & the page looks like those BHG prize tested cut-outs."

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  1. WI Cheesehead
    This is a great, different version of mashed potatoes! I used regular baking potatoes (I usu. use red, but couldn't find organic ones right now.) I used 1 jalapeno, margarine, lite sour cream and added in some yellow squash that needed to be eaten. I always process my veggies so the kids can't complain as much. I think some onions would be great too.
  2. Sydney Mike
    Love it, love it! ALWAYS like to see a recipe that includes other veggies in the mashed potatoes, & this one is no exception! I did cut way back on the jalapeno peppers [put in just enough so that I knew they were there!], but other than that, everything was there [including LARGE cloves of garlic]! And, as per usual, I didn't peel the potatoes ~ what can I say, I like the peels! It all turned out great, & I'll be making this one over & over again! Many thanks!
  3. rosslare
    Yummy comfort food. Easy and quick, only takes one pot and there's your potatoes and veggies. Had it with sausages for a quick weeknight dinner. Great change for the usual mash and bangers!
  4. twissis
    DH & I are in Dallas visiting SusieQusie & last nite she made this recipe of hers to serve w/meatloaf & salad. These potatoes are true comfort food - rich, creamy, eye-pleasing & packed w/tasty veggies. Thx for sharing your recipe & your home w/us SQ.
  5. Chris Reynolds
    Oh, WOW! These potatoes are to die for. I don't think I will ever be satisfied with plain old mashed potatoes ever again! I followed the recipe exactly, but I think you could get by with just any kind of potato. I only used a little jalapeno because I was afraid they might be too spicy. The potatoes turned out just right for my family. Thanks for sharing.
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