Yield: Yields about 3 cups.
It might seem like this recipe calls for a lot of garlic and very few potatoes, but boiling and mashing them together with butter and cream delivers just the right amount of mellow garlic flavor.
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This was easy and very tasty. I doubled the recipe for my family of 4 because I knew my 9 year old son would eat almost an entire recipe for 4 on his own--which he did. This is also a wonderful way to use up a giant bag of peeled garlic from Costco. I can't imagine actually peeling all that garlic! To the 12/07/2013 poster, the recipe calls for warming the butter and cream before adding the potatoes and garlic. I used a ricer and there was absolutely no gumminess, just creamy potatoes that everyone thought had lots of cream,
This recipe was ok. Nothing different from the method I usually employ. I made it the day before, which should have intensified the flavor - it did not.If you are used to bland potatoes this might be a new spin for you - try it.When I make mashed potatoes, I warm the milk, butter, cream, garlic etc in a separate pan to avoid the gummy results.
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