Reader Tips: How to Make Mashed Potatoes Better
Your perfect mash is just a potato away.
The perfect side to go with that perfect holiday roast has got to be mashed potatoes. Whether you like them light and fluffy or rich and creamy, mashed potatoes is a side worth celebrating.
We asked our readers how they make their versions of the dinner classic, and here are a few of our favorites:
I add garlic to my mashed potatoes! It’s really the best. – Ginny Alderson
Try this recipe: Garlic Mashed Potatoes
I boil equal amounts of cauliflower and potatoes. It’s the only way my son used to eat cauliflower! Mashed it with a teaspoon of butter, a teaspoon of baking powder to make it fluffy, and some milk until it reached the correct consistency. – Odette Ryan
Try this recipe: Colcannon
Warm the milk before adding it to the cooked potatoes –Julie Flournoy Hazboun
Try this recipe: Truffle Mashed Potatoes
Use sour cream instead of milk. And use butter, of course. – Cheryl Alexander
Try this recipe: Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
I make the mash using an electric whisk on the lowest setting to get a nice consistency! Ann-Marie Coulson
Try this: Cook Mashed Potatoes in Three Ways