Mint-Peas Mashed Potatoes

"From Marie-Josée Taillefer. I haven't try it but I think it's delicious and healty because of the green."
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  • Boil potatoes in salted water until tender when pierced.
  • Drain, return them to the pot, cover and let dry a few minutes.
  • In a little saucepan, heat the milk with peas and mint.
  • Mash the potatoes then add the mixture of peas and butter, to obtain a creamy consistency. Add salt and pepper if you want. And serve.

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  1. Sharon123
    Much enjoyed. Loved the mint with the peas. Thanks! Made for ZWT 2012.
  2. Mia in Germany
    This was one of the "wow"-recipes of this world tour! We fell in love with the taste at first bite. What can I say - I'll make this again often for sure! Thanks for sharing :)<br/>Made for ZWT 8 / Great Britain for the Lively Lemon Lovelies
  3. LifeIsGood
    Excellent British recipe. The mashed potatoes came out nice and creamy. I love the step of heating the milk, it really works well for mashed potatoes. I enjoyed the addition of peas and mint for a nice change of pace from the ordinary mashed potatoes. Made for ZWT8 Great Britain region. Thanks!
  4. Tisme
    What can I say....My all time 2 favourite vegetables, rolled into one. My DS & I always mix our pea's with my potatoes when they are served, and DH justs sit's and watches the 2 of us create this mashy mesh to eat and shakes his head in shame! lol<br/>BUT now here is the recipe that does it for you!<br/>I used minted peas, and some dried mint as I did not have any fresh mint, ohhhh and cream and followed the recipe as written......... Ohhhh so smooth and creamy and just divine!!!! DS and I adored these Boomette.<br/>I will be making this recipe a lot more often now! <br/>Thanks for another amazing recipe Boomette.
  5. Amjam811
    I had some fresh mint that I wasnt sure what to do I made this recipe. Very easy to do, and a tasty side dish.


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