Creamy Roasted Garlic Yukon Gold Mashed Potatoes Recipe

Believe it or not, there’s an art even to making something as simple as mashed potatoes. It’s understanding these simple …


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  1. Nothing is better than a russet potato for mashing or baked – NOTHING! You use the other yellow and red for other things like salads or roasting with herbs and olive oil – but mashed and backed – russet. nothing else compares due to the quality of the potato. do some blind taste testing- find out what 99% of the people like.

  2. These turned out pretty good! For anyone who cares to know/try alternatives: I added Parmesan cheese and opted for oven roasted garlic (so I didn’t add infused oil either). I only had russet potatoes and they were fine though I know the golds would be even better. Thanks!

  3. Great! Billy, I'm going to try your mouthwatering recipe for mashed potatoes…..but….Billy……why don't you peel the potatoes properly: take the eyes and damaged bits out? ……please….If you read this no doubt you'll laugh at me….!

  4. Cook half a cup of garlic cloves in 1-1/2 cup olive oil "on low heat for 20-25min"

    6-7 large Potatoes if there smaller potatoes use more- quarter up those potatoes "add salt in the water season like the ocean" then add a handful of whole garlic cloves in a pan on the stove top "cook max 15min"

    1 cup heavy whipping cream and 2 sticks butter "Heat together on stove. Keep warm on stove top in small pan"

    Add some cream and butter mixture, poor in some garlic olive oil, and a 1/4 cup of sour cream, lastly season w salt and pepper to taste.

  5. I'll say this like first of all he doesn't know how to cook garlic and no offense those look great but you don't need all that a little bit of homemade chicken broth, some sour cream or half and half or heavy cream or cream cheese whatever you got even milk works and about a stick of butter for your average you know seven to eight potato recipe

  6. Well it's new years day and my brother is cooking a 22lb prime rib. He spends two days working on that beast. So I am making your mashed potatoes to serve with it. Those look like the best potatoes I have ever seen. Happy new years!!!

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