Photo: Karry Hosford
Yield
8 servings (serving size: 3/4 cup)

Serve these sweet, smoky potatoes with spice-rubbed chicken or flank steak. If you can't find smoked mozzarella, try smoked Gouda or smoked cheddar.

How to Make It

Step 1

Heat a large nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray over medium-high heat. Add corn; sauté 5 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool.

Step 2

Place potato in a saucepan, and cover with water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; simmer 15 minutes or until tender.

Step 3

Drain and return potato to pan. Add milk, cheese, and butter; mash to desired consistency. Cook 2 minutes or until thoroughly heated, stirring constantly. Add corn, cilantro, and remaining ingredients, stirring to combine.

Ratings & Reviews

Terrylady1's Review

tara31
November 23, 2010
This was a outstanding side. Just like the picture I left some of the potatoes chunky. Served with grilled pork chops .. nothing but raves!

tara31's Review

Terrylady1
September 04, 2010
Outstanding! Made exactly as directed and served with grilled lobster tails and CL Lemon Broccoli.

brennaeg's Review

kimwassmer
April 09, 2010
SOOOOO GOOD! Nice switch up from the normal mashed potatoes.

kimwassmer's Review

Chopalua
September 27, 2009
These were excellent! I pared them with short ribs, and my husband and I loved them! I also used Trader Joe's roasted corn and it worked perfectly. I didn't have smoked cheese, so I substituted regular motz....you couldn't tell the difference.

Chopalua's Review

chudson
September 14, 2009
This is a great alternative to boring, average mashed potatoes. I substitued smoked mozzarella with smoked provolone. Next time I would skip the toasting of the corn or buy a bag of frozen toasted corn at Trader Joes. Also, I used buttermilk instead of milk. This side was served with Italian Meatloaf.

chudson's Review

brennaeg
December 01, 2008
Unusual and scrumptious combination of flavors. Will make this again and again!