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Garlic Mashed Potatoes

Garlic Mashed Potatoes recipe
photo by:kraft
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:
11/29/2005
I made this on Thanksgiving and it was a huge hit! I myself do not like potatoes, but my husband made them again a few days later! He just loved them, and we will make them again.
posted:
11/27/2005
Made this as a side for our Thanksgiving dinner. It was so delicious. My family just loved it. It was so easy to make. Adding the garlic to the boiling potatoes was a great idea! Thanks !
posted:
11/25/2005
This was an easy recipe to make and they turned out great!
posted:
11/25/2005
I made this for Thanksgiving dinner, My family loved it! Adding garlic to the water you boil the potatoes in a great idea. Thank you
posted:
11/22/2005
This recipe is a hit with all the picky eaters in my family. Sooooo...I made this recipe x 10 for a group of kindergartners and their grandparents for our annual Thanksgiving/Grandparents Day as a side in our turkey feast. They went over GREAT! Thanks for the great recipe!
posted:
11/18/2005
I have never known anything but garlic mashed potatoes in my family. My mother made them when I was growing up but always used Lawry's garlic & parsley salt and milk instead of cream cheese when she hand mashed. She preferred hand mashing because if you are not careful with the mixer your spuds may come out "gluey" in consistancy. I have always followed her recipe but substitute fresh or chopped garlic in a jar when boiling sometimes. Also adding fresh chopped onion to the water makes for a delicious difference. I also use heavy whipping cream instead of milk sometimes to "mix it up" pun intended! LOL. I will have to try the cream cheese and chives version. Have a Happy Turkey Day!
posted:
11/18/2005
I loved this recipe and so did all my ffriends when I had them over for turkey dinner. I was waiting for the remarks on the turkey and ended up hearing hoe great the potatoes were. I always have potatoes left over but not these. The little bit I did have left I took the next day and fryed them up in patties. My family now wants them all the time. Thanks Kraft
posted:
11/14/2005
I used Robin Roberts' (Good Morning America) tip and boiled the potatoes in chicken broth. I also no longer peel my potatoes - saves times, adds nutrients and flavor. Got so many raves I ALWAYS make my mashed potatoes this way now.
posted:
11/10/2005
I added sour cream to the recipe the second time. I thought it was much better that way. Then i added shredded cheese to the top at the very end. My family thought it was great!
posted:
11/10/2005
It was great and simple. But I did make some adjustments....... I added some real garlic, crushed, while still hot.
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