Recipe – Garlic Mash Potatoes For Two

Recipe - Garlic Mash Potatoes For Two
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To make a hearty and flavorful garlic mashed potato for two, you will need to start by boiling the potatoes. You can use a potato masher or simply use your hand to mash the potatoes. Once the potatoes are cooked, season them with salt, pepper, and garlic powder. Add butter or milk to taste, and serve. A couple of tablespoons of butter is not needed. You can also skip the butter if you’d like.
You can use heavy cream for a richer flavor, but you don’t have to use it. You can substitute half or whole milk. You can use vegan butter or just plain non-dairy milk if you’re avoiding dairy. Either way, these mashed potatoes are rich and creamy! Then, add your toppings. Then, eat them! And enjoy!


For two, garlic mashed potatoes are easy to prepare for a delicious side dish. To make these luscious mash potatoes, you’ll need to wash and peel your potatoes. They don’t have to be peeled before cooking, so you don’t have to worry about cutting them up. Place them in a pot of salted water with a few tablespoons of cream. Stir the potatoes in the cream while the cream is heating, letting the garlic simmer for a couple of minutes to release its aroma and flavor.


Another method for preparing healthy garlic mashed potatoes is roasting the garlic before mashing them. You can also mash the potatoes with a fork after they’re cooked. You can even eat leftover mashed potatoes for breakfast the next day. It’s that easy! You’ll need a few simple steps to do this.
Using roasted garlic is a great way to create a rich and flavorful garlic mash potato for two. You’ll want to buy a fresh bulb of garlic to use in this recipe, but if you’d prefer to roast it, simply use the same amount. Then, you’ll enjoy the roasted garlic mash potatoes for two! The longer the garlic mash potatoes cook, the better.


For a hearty garlic mash potato, you should roast the garlic before using it in recipes. You’ll want to add a few cloves, but don’t roast them too long. It’s best to use roasted garlic because it is more flavorful and adds a richer texture to the mashed potatoes. In addition, you can also add roasted garlic to mashed potatoes for a special treat.


Healthy garlic mash potatoes are easy to make and easy for two. It’s a great side dish for dinner. You can use a potato masher or a potato press. Then, you’ll have a delicious, decadent meal for two. These garlic mash potatoes are delicious and will be a crowd-pleaser. Remember to use only healthy, fresh, and unpasteurized roasted garlic when making mashed potatoes.


To make healthy garlic mashed potatoes, you can use any type of garlic you want. You can use fresh or roasted garlic. To roast the mash potatoes, start with peeling and cutting the potatoes. Then, you can add the cream and butter then mix the ingredients well. You can also add a small amount of lemon juice, soy sauce, or a bit of lemon juice. Once the cream is warm, you can serve the mashed potatoes as is or season them to your taste.


If you’re cooking a roasted garlic mash potato, it’s best to roast the garlic bulbs before adding them to the mashed potatoes. This will provide a richer, more savory dish that tastes great when you’re eating it with a spoon! In addition to roasting the mash, you can also roast the garlic. While roasted garlic mash potatoes are a little more time-consuming to prepare, they’re worth the effort!


Garlic mash potatoes are a delicious side dish that’s easy to prepare. The potatoes should be peeled and cut into thirds. Once they’re cooked, remove them from the pot and place them in a small saucepan. Pour the cream into the pot, and stir until the potatoes are well-mashed. Alternatively, if you’re cooking for two, you can eat it with a fork and spoon.

Basic Recipe Information

  • Approximate prep time: 25 Minutes
  • Approximate Cooking time: 25 Minutes
  • Total Time: 50 Minutes

Equipment

  • 3-quart or larger saucepan
  • Wooden spoon
  • Fork
  • Potato Peeler

Ingredients

  • 2 large potatoes (about 1 pound russet potatoes), washed, peeled, and cubed
  • 3 garlic cloves, peeled
  • 1/2 cup (4 ounces) softened unsalted butter and cut into 8 tablespoons
  • 1/4 cup whole milk, room temperature
  • 1 tablespoon fresh chopped parsley
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt plus

Preparation Directions

  • Fill a medium saucepan ¾ full of water.
  • Bring to a boil over high heat.
  • While the water is heating, peel the potatoes.
  • Cut the potatoes in half lengthwise, then in quarters.
  • Then cut the potato quarters into smaller sections. The smaller the potato chunks are going into the water, the faster they will cook, and it will be easier to mash later.
  • Add the cut potatoes and garlic to the boiling water, add additional water if necessary, cover, and simmer until they are falling-apart tender about 15 to 20 minutes.
  • When the potatoes are soft, drain the potatoes thoroughly.
  • Return the potatoes to the pan.
  • Add the butter and mash the potatoes.
  • Turn pan to medium heat, stirring the potatoes rapidly until the butter is melted and thoroughly combined.
  • Once the butter is melted and thoroughly combined, add the milk and parsley when any remaining water has evaporated.
  • Turn the pot to medium-low, then mash and keep stirring.
  • Cooking until the potatoes are thoroughly combined and hot.
  • Remove the potatoes from the burner and turn off the heat.
  • Add pepper and salt, if desired.
  • If desired, serve the potatoes in a ramekin or small dish and garnish.

Servings

  • Makes 2 Servings

Cooks Notes

  • If you want to add extra flavor, stir in a ¼ cup of sour cream.

One thought on “Recipe – Garlic Mash Potatoes For Two

  1. Laurie – Tennessee – Off Grid wife to dashingly handsome arborist! 💕 🌲 Home educating mom of three amazing fellows 🏃‍♂️ 🏃 🏃‍♂️ homeschool and homestead blogger 🏡 herb gardener 🌿 flower lover 🌻 , cat collector 🐈 , follower of Jesus ✝️, and happy wife 👩🏻‍🦰 ! Preparing our hearts and country home with simplicity. ❤️ Blogger at https://www.RidgeHavenHomestead.com
    Sunshine says:

    Whoa! This looks like a rich recipe, but I am sure delicious!
    I would probably eat the whole pot, but no saying I should!

    I love mashed taters, and garlic makes them all the better!

    Blessings,
    Laurie
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