Creamy Mashed Potatoes
- 15 minutes Prep | 30 minutes Cooking
1. Add potatoes to large pot of boiling water and cook for 30 minutes or until fork goes through potato easily.
2. Drain reserving ½ cup potato water.
3. Mash potatoes with a hand masher and alternate adding softened butter and Duke’s Mayonnaise.
4. Season with freshly ground pepper and salt as desired.
Smooth and deliciously creamy mashed potatoes are the ultimate classic, comforting side dish. However, not all mashed potatoes are created equal. To get the fresh, flavorful taste and perfect, fluffy consistency, they’ve got to be homemade. The good news is homemade doesn’t have to be hard. This recipe is inexpensive and easy to make, uses only four ingredients, and is guaranteed to yield delectable, delightful, creamy, perfect mashed potatoes. Pairing smooth and creamy texture with perfect buttery flavor, these melt-in-your-mouth spuds will tie any meal together with ease.
What’s the secret to mashed potatoes with out-of-this-world creaminess and flavor? Replace milk with Duke’s Mayonnaise. You won’t believe how rich, luscious, and creamy your mashed potatoes will be by adding Duke’s Mayonnaise to them. Duke’s smooth and creamy consistency and one-of-a kind flavor combines with soft, fluffy Russet mashed potatoes and real butter to accent the ingredients’ best qualities and flavors, creating the perfect balance of all parts. Trust us, once you’ve tried mashed potatoes with mayonnaise, you’ll never go back.
Though simple, Duke’s Creamy Mashed Potatoes are hearty, comforting, and mouthwateringly delicious on their own. For a little something extra, top with bacon, freshly grated cheese, and chives or drizzle with thick, delicious brown gravy for an old fashioned favorite. Now, the only thing left to decide is what to pair it with. How about our Parmesan Panko Pork Chops and applesauce? Or Aunt Lola Mae’s Cornflake Fried Chicken and country green beans? No matter what you decide, mashed potatoes with Duke’s Mayonnaise are incredibly delicious and guaranteed to please.
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