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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.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
8 servings, about 1/2 cup each
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posted:
11/25/2009
this was delious, even came close to my mothers recipe
posted:
11/5/2009
The mashed potatoes were delicious!
posted:
11/2/2009
Simple and easy to make! I accidentally strained out most of the garlic when the potatoes were done but they came out great, and my picky boyfriend had no idea I put cream cheese in them!
posted:
8/13/2009
Easy and tasty. I follow the recipe exaclty and make these when I have guests. Everyone loves that these potatoes are not flakes from a box. I like the thickness of them too by using cream cheese and no milk.
posted:
8/4/2009
I quite often boil potatoes and garlic together, drain, add butter. alittle milk and salt and pepper to taste (I don't always have cream cheese on hand), mash by hand or with mixer. Trust me they're very good this way too. The cooked garlic blends in very nicely. If you like raw garlic, you can add some finely minced raw garlic in the mashing or whipping process. It is also very good.
posted:
7/26/2009
So yummy!!!
posted:
7/12/2009
This is really good, my husband really loved it. I didn't have 8 oz of cream cheese only 4 oz, it was still good anyways!!!
posted:
4/7/2009
This recipe is also delicious w/sour cream and chives instead of cream cheese spread. I use "golden" (Yukon Gold or Finnish Gold)potatoes(w/their skins on).They have a buttery taste & are great "mashers".(They tend to fall apart if you overcook them.)
posted:
4/6/2009
I like the idea of adding garlic to be boiled with potato
posted:
4/2/2009
Wonderful recipe.......although an extra step roasting the garlic first really enhances the flavor.
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