Homemade mash is very easy to make, and so good…This recipe is the classic, old fashioned mash recipe, no heavy cream or liquid cream, nothing but good potatoes, a little milk, salted butter, everything well seasoned and you’re done. You’ll get a super soft, smooth, creamy and delicious puree: the perfect puree to enjoy on Sunday with the family! From now on, mashed potatoes are not mentioned!
Friends! It has come to my attention that in nine years of blogging, I have somehow neglected to share with you my go-to recipe for this most classic of classic side dishes, which simply will not do with Thanksgiving — the ultimate celebration of side dishes — just around the corner.
So today, allow me to present my tried-and-true, back-pocket, made-’em-a-million-times, always-a-crowd-fave, all-time-favorite mashed potatoes recipe. ♡
This creamy mashed potatoes recipe is shockingly good! It is absolutely Thanksgiving and Christmas worthy. The folks at your holiday table will swoon over these whipped potatoes!
°half salt butter
* Preparation :
1 Choose potatoes that are roughly the same size. Cook them in a large saucepan filled with boiling water.
2 Once cooked, drain and peel (be careful, it’s hot!) mash using a vegetable grinder (choose the best mesh).
3 Meanwhile, heat the milk in a small saucepan. Once it warms up, add it to the mash and mix everything together with a dough hook.
Mix the shredded butter while whisking. Finish the seasoning with nutmeg, a pinch of freshly ground pepper and fleur de sel. Feet it right away.