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Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Garlic Mashed Potatoes recipe
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Best. Mashed potatoes. Ever. But then, considering cream cheese and fresh garlic are involved, it's really an unfair competition.
10 min
30 min
8 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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So sad to see so many bad reviews. Someone wasn't sure about keeping the garlic after the potatoes were done cooking, I use cheese cloth to drain the water thus keeping the garlic with the potatoes. This could be why so many say that they do not have enough garlic flavor, the garlic went out with the water??? As far as how long it takes to cook the potatoes, cut them up a little smaller, mine are done in about 15 minutes, much easier to mash as well. I will agree that they are a lot thicker than ready made, but that is why I make my own, we like them thicker rather than runnier. Otherwise this is just like any other recipe, it is a guide to work with, tweak it to your liking, experiment.
I made these last night and boy did I have to alter them! Too thick and too bland. First off, I had to boil my potatoes for 45 minutes, not 20. Second, if you're going to call these garlic mashed potatoes, I shouldn't have to add garlic after making them. I also had to add salt and pepper. Last, if I hadn't added about 1/2 a cup of milk they would've come out like paste. On a positive note, I liked the idea of adding the cream cheese (I used chive and onion flavor).
These were ok. When I see garlic I expected garlic flavor and I didn't get that. This will probably be my last time making these
Pretty gooooood!!! I was a little sketchy about the cream cheese, but it's actually an amazing idea! Not sure if it was just the potatoes I used, but they came out a little thick so I added a bit of 2% milk.
I did like these but I added about 1/4 cup milk. After that these were great.
These were good...not a lot of garlic flavor, but that's okay. One thing I guess I missed in the recipe but I made this for Thanksgiving dinner, and I wasn't having all that many people, but even though I followed this exactly...this recipe served an army! My goodness, we were up to our ears in mashed potatoes! I still have a tray in the freezer. Seven baking potatoes? They must sell larger baking potatoes in my area then...
I added a splash of milk to the mashed potatoes to make them a little thinner. They were delicious.
not impressed, very blan
This was an interesting recipe. It came out pretty good but I don't think I would make it again. Very thick and stiff. Maybe adding milk would help.
very easy and the garlic gives the house a nice aroma without being to strong in the potatoes. dont need to add anything to this recipe
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