This easy, summery riff on mashed potatoes is terrific with Crisp-Skinned Arctic Char.
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I made this as an accompaniment to corned beef for a St. Patrick's Day dinner. It is excellent. The texture of the peas mixed in with the potatoes, the great flavors of all the other mixed in ingredients made for a really interesting riff on mashed potatoes. I certainly haven't done a nutritional analysis on it, but no butter, no dairy, it probably is healthier than regular mashed potatoes. I should add that I thought that 1/3 cup of olive oil seemed like a lot so I just added it until I felt it was right. I'm quite sure that I added less, maybe half? I honestly think this stuff could turn pea haters into pea tolerators.
I've made this twice already! Love the flavours with the lemon zest and dill. We also enjoyed the leftovers cold the following day.
a nice lighter, fresher variation on mashed potatoes. will make this again
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