Feb 252013

German mashed potatoes are a classic side dish for all meat dishes with gravy such as Goulash, beef Rouladen, and are a great combination with fried liver, meat loaf and Bratwurst. Home made mashed potatoes are the best. Forget the ones out of the package. Even the all natural potato flakes that I tried are not comparable with the home made mashed potatoes. You just have to peel potatoes. Happy Cooking!
german mashed potatoes

Ingredients German Mashed Potatoes (serves 4)
1kg potatoes (floury potatoes)
salt, 40 g butter
1/4 l hot milk
1 egg yolk (optional)
grated nutmeg

Cooking Instructions German Mashed Potatoes
- peel potatoes and cut them into thicker cubes
- bring milk with butter, salt and nutmeg to a brisk boil.
- drain potatoes and squeeze them through a potato press or use a stick mixer.
- pour milk to the potatoes and mix thoroughly.
- when the potatoes had cooled of  a bit add the egg yolk.

Serve right away, don't wait. Mashed potatoes are the best when hot.


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