The Yukon Gold potatoes always make for better mashed potatoes. The rest of the recipe is pretty much my wife's standard recipe for mashed potatoes - good but nothing new for our family.
Creamy Herbed Mashed Potatoes
Jimthecook Posted: 11/12/08
jombay Posted: 12/28/08
These are wonderful! They are very rich and creamy, so they don't even need any butter or gravy. I always serve them with the Beef Stew from the January 2004 issue. Delicious!
HikingYogini Posted: 02/10/10
Very tasty. I made it even lighter by using skim milk, about 4 oz of non-fat, plain yogurt (instead of sour cream), and only 1 tblsp of Smart Balance buttery spread. Very yummy!
MeMyselfAndPie Posted: 04/24/10
I loved these potatoes. Easy and so delicious! I made with Cooking Light's chive green beans and it was perfect as they call for the same herbs. Served with stuffed chicken. Delish. Step-by-step photos on my blog: http://me-myself-and-pie.blogspot.com/2009/10/gruyere-arugula-and-prosciutto-stuffed.html
jhoegerman Posted: 09/01/11
This was my first time home making mashed potatoes so I was pleasantly surprised at how well they turned out. I added in some garlic and substituted some garlic herb butter for the regular butter for more flavor. Very yummy, and I will probably make it again
Danamu Posted: 12/21/11
How can they say this is a 10 minute recipe when the cooking time alone is 10 plus minutes? How about including the time to peel, dice and mash. It drives me crazy when sites say super quick and then don't include the real time it takes to cook a recipe. Shame on you.
laebrown Posted: 12/21/11
Made this for a dinner party to serve alongside CL's Coq au Vin. Really quick, easy, and solid recipe for mashed potatoes that everyone enjoyed. Also easy to scale up to serve a larger group. This will be my go-to mashed potato recipe in the future! :)
goosesc Posted: 11/27/11
These tasted as good as any "regular" recipe. Easy to make, and exactly as desired by the mashed potato lovers in the group!