Perfect Mashed Potato (How To)

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I’ve been craving for chicken casserole these past few weeks. In case you don’t  know what chicken casserole is, you could check it out here. I learned doing that from my friend’s mother. The first time I tried it, I fell in love (though I always fall in love with any kind of foods lol) I tried to re-make that recipe before, it went well but nothing beats her mom’s cooking! (I swear.) I might blog about the remake of that recipe next time. But for now, I have nothing much of the recipe except for the potatoes. I could have used the leftovers from turkey’s thanksgiving but that was spoiled coz it’s been almost a month since thanksgiving. So tonight I just tried to make a simple mashed potato. Here’s what you need:

  1. 7 pcs of potatoes (good for 5 servings)
  2. 1/2 cup of milk
  3. 2tbsp of butter
  4. 3 hard boiled eggs
  5. cheese (quantity depends on how you love cheese)
What I did first was of course boil the potato for like 15 minutes. It makes the mashing easier.
Next step is peel and mash the potatoes! I used a plastic masher but I recommend to use metal since it’s more durable and makes mashing a lot easier. Using plastic masher requires you exert a lot of force.

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After mashing the potatoes, warm it up in the burner and mix the milk. Add the butter afterwards. Make sure you mix it properly.

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As easy as that, you have you main dish, the mashed potatoes. You can add salt if you want. To make it special, I did some little garnishing on it. I added mashed eggs around it and topped it off with cheddar cheese. I also added chunks of grilled sausage since I always eat a lot of food whether breakfast, lunch or dinner lol.

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You could try this recipe if you want but I believe it’ll  make you fart because of the eggs and potatoes haha!
Have you tried this recipe? Tell me your thoughts 🙂
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