Here’s a recipe for a classic comfort food – mashed potatoes. These can be served with virtually any dish (dry or with gravy) from any type of cuisine. They can be had on their own too – with perhaps a piece of toasted garlic bread and a little herb butter.You’ll need:
Boiled and peeled potatoes
Salt and Pepper
Garlic salt instead of regular salt
Strictly speaking, all you need to do is to mash the potatoes with a fork, add the salt/pepper and you’re done! But wait a minute, if you’re looking for something that *really* feels good to eat – add some milk and cheese to the potatoes along with garlic salt in place of regular salt.
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