Servings: four to six.
Smashing low-starch potatoes into a rustic side dish is the way to go to avoid gumminess. Besides, don’t we all know someone who loves lumps? If you can find it, try substituting Gorgonzola dolce for the Boursin. Gorgonzola dolce is soft and yellowish ivory with greenish-blue striations; it’s much less overbearing than the white, crumbly Gorgonzola typically sold in supermarkets.
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Very tasty. We were full by the time we got to dinner so we he leftovers but everyone rely liked these. Will make again
This is a wonderful potato dish! I added a little krispy fried bacon at the end. YUM! I served it with the glazed mustard molasses chicken.... sooooooooooooooo good!
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