Subject: M. Potatoes with these ingredients??
From: BabyJane Hudson
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 10:44:06 -0500
A lady makes what I consider to be the absolute BEST mashed potatoes
that I have ever eaten. However, being the witch that she is, asking
for a copy of the recipe and getting it would be harder than trying to
ask for a audience with the Pope. Unfortunately for her, I do know
some of the ingredients. If I list them, maybe one of you may know the
recipe and I will no longer be help captive by this witches' power.
The ingredients include naturally the potatoes, and also, sour cream,
cream cheese and paprika. There may be more but I am not sure.
Any help is appreciated.
Big Fat Movie Star
Sister to BabyJane Hudson
From: Margaret Suran
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 15:50:25 GMT
Here Here are several recipes to choose from. From Google:
From: BabyJane Hudson
Date: Tue, 28 Mar 2006 23:22:05 -0500
Margaret Suran wrote:
>Here Here are several recipes to choose from. From Google:
Thanks so much!
Date: 30 Mar 2006 22:37:53 -0800
Years aho I used to mess around with milk, cream, butter seasonings
Now I simply add a raw egg or two - organic, free range ones.
Less mess, less cholesterol, far better results!
When the potatoes are cooked, drain and gently mash then add one egg.
If mixture isn't the right consistency add another egg (or milk, cream
One of these days I am going to try mashing the spuds with the yolks
then add the whites (which I've stiffly beaten) and see how that works.
As far as family and friends are concerned, my mashed potatoes are to
'die for'.... salmonella not withstanding!
Probably wouldn't try this with very young infants or pregnant ladies,
but for the rest of us, they are really superb. The yolks add that dash
of colour and richness while the whites give a light and 'gooey'
texture to the spuds.
If you are at all concerned about using 'raw' eggs, just nuke in the
microwave for 30-45 seconds, or return to the stovetop to cook the
eggs, thought the heat from the hot, boiled potatoes should be
sufficient to actually cook off the eggs and any harmful bugs.
One thing the ravening hoardes do enjoy is my garlic mash - when
boiling the potatoes add 3-4 whole cloves of garlic, then cook. No need
to remove them, just mash them up with the spuds and add eggs as above.
Date: 30 Mar 2006 22:51:18 -0800
> One thing the ravening hoardes do enjoy is my garlic mash - when
> boiling the potatoes add 3-4 whole cloves of garlic, then cook. No need
> to remove them, just mash them up with the spuds and add eggs as above.
> Truly delicious!
..enjoy potato + carrot + swede mash also