Rosemary-Roasted Mashed Potatoes

  • foodieforpeace Posted: 01/09/10
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    The inspiration for trying this recipe is having some lowfat sour cream that needed to be used. It did not take much longer than boiling. Did not peel the potatoes. I used my hand mixer to whip the potatoes but left them with some texture and they did not get gluey. Served with CL Easy Baked Fish Fillets and steamed broccoli. One big YUM! We'll repeat this one!

  • Caroline333 Posted: 06/23/10
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    Awesome potatoes! Substituted crème fraiche instead of LF sour cream as it was a birthday celebration. Would definitely make these again. Yummy.

  • MomBon58 Posted: 06/29/10
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    Yum! An interesting way to make mashed potatoes...My husband loved them, and for once did not need a gravy to make mashed potatoes worthwhile.

  • LanaLinda Posted: 12/02/09
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    I couldn't believe that no one put down a review for this recipe! I made it this summer for a family BBQ & it was amazing. I made it exactly as written, it was wonderful. I served it with a Hoisin and bourbon glazed pork tenderloin with a three fruit salsa. yummo

  • Anita1981 Posted: 11/20/11
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    Really great recipe: made this for an office pot luck and everyone loved them. Am definitely making them for thanksgiving this year!

  • steponme Posted: 12/03/13
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    So flavorful and easy. Subbed nonfat greek yogurt for the sour cream (cut fat/cal. even more).

  • ktleyed Posted: 08/13/14
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    Surprisingly good, I peeled the potatoes and next time I'll use fresh rosemary, which I think would have been better. They don't look too pretty, but they were tasty. I had leftovers, so we had them again the following night and I stirred in a little milk to make them creamy again. I think I prefer regular boiled mashed potatoes, but this was something different I wanted to try.


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