Servings: 8 to 10
This has all the comfort-food joy of traditional mashed potatoes, but with a more sophisticated feel.
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Make Ahead Tips
You can prepare the potatoes to be broiled up to 1 day ahead. Refrigerate and return to room temperature before broiling.
I look this recipe. i make is for Christmas dinner to go with beef tenderloin. It can be made ahead of time and reheated and it will be just as delicious. It also freezes well. I add extra horseradish and cheese
My boyfriend LOVES potatoes (the twice baked potatoes with horseradish are his all time favorite dish) but he's also trying to lost a few pounds. I did half of his recipe with mashed cauliflower, and used a little less cheese and greek yogurt and he still thought it was delicious!!! Horseradish in mashed potatoes is a must!
This looks delicious, but you've got an orphan ingredient. There are no instructions for what to do with the browned butter. When it didn't get added to the potatoes, I thought maybe it went on top, but...I saw this in my print issue, and went to this site hoping it was corrected there. I don't expect you to publish my comment but please fix the recipe. Thanks!
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