Mashed potatoes, traditional recipe

Mashed potatoes, traditional recipe

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We have all had the opportunity to try a mashed potato. Whether as a first course, a side dish, or even mixed with other vegetables, meats, or other foods. It is a traditional dish of the kitchen, very appreciated by children and adults.

Mashed potatoes are used in countless recipes, and it is a good idea to always have this basic and homemade recipe, essential at the family table.


  • 4 potatoes
  • 250 ml milk
  • 500 ml of water
  • 25 g of butter or olive oil
  • 100 ml of liquid cream (optional)
  • Salt to taste

The potato is a tuber and vegetable that provides energy (carbohydrates) and vitamins. Also, mashed potatoes are light and low in calories.

1. Heat the water in a large pot.

2. Wash and peel the potatoes. Chop the potatoes so that they are in equal portions and are done evenly.

3. When the water starts to boil, done the potatoes and let them cook for half an hour, approximately, or until they are soft. To check it, prick one with a toothpick, it should go in easily.

4. Remove some of the broth and pass the potatoes through the mill. Put it back in the saucepan and put it over low heat.

5. Add the milk, cream (optional) and butter. Stir to mix well. Salt and pepper to taste, and you have the puree ready.

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