Lauren's Mashed Potatoes. This Mashed Potatoes Recipe is smooth, silky and so creamy! Mashed potatoes are delicious on their own or are a perfect side dish for dinner. Using a wooden spoon, mix everything together and season well.
Great mashed potatoes are such an important part of every holiday meal, and they go well with grilled steak and pot roast, too. And garlic mashed potatoes, whether they are served on Thanksgiving or not, are a delicious, homey side. Tyler Florence's Mashed Potatoes recipe from Food Network is foolproof: Butter and cream guarantee richness, while the bay leaf and chives add herbal notes. You can have Lauren's Mashed Potatoes using 9 ingredients and 8 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Lauren's Mashed Potatoes
- It’s 6-7 of red potatoes (cut how you like them)–> I leave skins on.
- It’s of Water.
- Prepare 1-2 of chicken bullion cube.
- Prepare of Small yellow onion (diced).
- It’s 1/2 tsp of garlic powder.
- You need 1/2 tsp of salt (I use Pink Himalayan).
- You need 1/8 tsp of black pepper or more to taste.
- It’s 2 sticks of salted butter.
- It’s 1 cup of milk.
Cut potatoes, boil potatoes, drain potatoes, mash potatoes, mix in dairy and any extra ingredients. But, it's important to know how to make mashed potatoes exactly the way you like them. Traditionally, potatoes are cooked in water before being mashed together with butter and cream (or milk). However, Tyler suggests cooking the potatoes in the cream itself, so no potato-y flavor is lost.
Lauren's Mashed Potatoes step by step
- Scrub and rinse your potatoes..
- Boil water in pot. Add potatoes and add a dash of salt, onion and chicken bullion cube. Remember add just enough water so that the potatoes are covered..
- Let the potatoes boil..
- Check with a fork to see if they're done. If they're done drain them..
- In a separate pan add your 2 sticks of butter and your 1 cup of milk let it boil..
- Put potatoes back in pot and in four increments pour your butter and milk mixture in your potatoes. Mash=pour, mash=pour, mash=pour, mash=pour. Keep mashing until desired consistency..
- Now add your garlic powder. Add more salt and black pepper till your taste buds are satisfied..
- Stir and ENJOY!!!.
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