Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Make-ahead Mashed Potatoes ~ So Good!

I emailed this to YellowRose,
http://yellowrosesgarden.blogspot.com

in answer to her request for delicious recipes.

Then I thought, why shouldn't you all have it?



I cannot remember where I got this one, but I think it was in a magazine. It is a wonderful dish to take to a pot-luck dinner, or to make in advance and I can guarantee you will not have any leftovers. This recipe is supposed to serve 10 people, but I wouldn't count on that.
You can enlarge (click on it) and print; if not, let me know and I will email it to you.
P.S. Part of the directions got dropped: the recipe said not to make it with a food processor or a blender, but a regular mixer is best.

12 comments:

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

HEY JUDY...I COULDN'T READ IT CAUSE IT IS TOO SMALL FOR THESE OLD EYES, AND IT WOULDN'T ENLARGE...SO, I WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THE RECIPE...DO YOU HAVE MY EMAIL??? I HOPE SO...AND THANK YOU, INADVANCE!

Pirate said...

I'll pass it on to the Mrs. Pirate. She and my boys love em.

vicki said...

I've had these and they're great- fattening by far- but great. My, you had a crowd the other day, Judy. I come just because I want to- nobody tells me to. :-)
The list was interesting and the debunking of the list more so. I don't know- my cats ears go in all directions. I think they have at least enough muscles in them to do morse code.

Oh, praise the Lord. I don't have to type some dylsexic mess!

brendalove@gmail.com said...

If you can't see it, just click on it for a larger version.

I've got mine saved!!!!! Can't wait to try it out.

OldHorsetailSnake said...

I got a helluva lot better recipe than that:

Go to a Chinese restaurant.
Get 5 lbs. of barbecued pork.
Send it to Ol' Hoss.

This is perfect for the holidays. I guarantee there will be no leftovers.

srp said...

Well, there is another five pounds. These sound great. I will pass it on to my mom who collects recipes.

Jennifer said...

Um, yum. I should reprint this on Satiety. Guest Chefs *always* welcomed. ;-)

dena said...

This recipe sounds delicous, and I'm going to take your word that it is. We have a prime rib roast every Christmas, and this will make a perfect pairing. Thanks for sharing.

Tan Lucy Pez said...

Hey, thanks! This sounds great. It's wonderful to be able to make potatoes in advance.

Peter said...

Hi Judy, sounds delicious alright BUT I just boil some spuds(do you call potatoes Spuds in the US) with a little salt mash in some grated cheese and/or shallots, Done in 10 minutes and NEVER any leftovers, time allocation!!!

Weary Hag said...

Oh wow... this sounds wonderful. I'll have to print it out ... I didn't have trouble enlarging it.

You know, I don't get too fancy in the kitchen, but I made some turkey salad after Thanksgiving to use up some of the last (and drying) meat. Everyone who tried it said I should bottle and sell this stuff. I have to admit it was simple as ever and yet the best I ever had!

Thanks for the recipe, Judy!

Blond Girl said...

Wow, that looks so yummy! Will you email it to me? Then I can print it off later. Not really low calorie, but sometimes, you can't let that stop you, you know?