Need a failsafe recipe for mashed potato? Fooodlove has you covered; your mash will never be lumpy again!
You might think that mashed potatoes are a distinctly British culinary invention. You’d be wrong! In Greece we love mashed potatoes too! I always want mash with my soutzoukakia, for example - it’s the absolute go-to side dish for this! We’d also have it with burger patties, or chicken. Liquid yet lumpy mash is enough to turn anyone off - but done right, this simple tasty side dish is the perfect accompaniment to so many dishes!
My mashed potatoes method is simple - adding milk and butter is a no-brainer to make this indulgent in all the right ways making for light, delicate, tasty mash. This recipe makes a large quantity, but feel free to half it, the proportions will still work.
- For serving
You can decrease the calories by substituting double cream with milk, for which you’ll need 240ml milk in total.
Avoid using a hand blender to mash the potatoes because you will end up with a gummy texture.
You will need about 25 minutes to make 6 servings of this recipe, which has approximately 396 calories each. Make sure you have all the ingredients and follow these 6 simple steps. If you have any questions, send me an email and I’d be more than happy to help!
Drain the water from the pot, set the heat to medium-low and use a potato masher to mash the potatoes.
Add the milk, double cream and butter and stir them until the potatoes soak up all the ingredients.