I Made 6 Famous Mashed Potato Recipes And Found The Very Best One

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A true Thanksgiving showdown. The contenders: Ramsay, Ina, Oprah, Tyler Florence, the Pioneer Woman, and 2 Chainz.

I Made 6 Famous Mashed Potato Recipes And Found The Very Best One



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  1. Chelsie Reeves said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    This is everything I’ve ever wanted. Multiple potato recipes and food network competition all in one (with a special musical guest appearance) John Dunleavy

  2. Jackie McWilliams said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I have been making mashed potatoes for over 50 year’s I use russets boil in salted water drain very well put back in pan mash with old fashioned potato masher the lots of butter and evaporated milk. Never have any trouble or complaints .

  3. Joanne Bligh said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Oh my.. the only ingredients in mashed potatoes should be potatoes ,lots of butter , salt, pepper, and half and half….oh did I️ say butter……then whip them until creamy…. smooth but not runny….and onions….. HELL NO… not in mashed potatoes

  4. Megan Williams said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Dumb question from a non US person… why mashed potato with roast turkey? We have turkey at Christmas with roasted potatoes and roasted pumpkin.

  5. Alana Doss said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Seriously. A LOT. You don’t see “alittle,” or “afew”… It’s not “alot”! I wouldn’t make a fuss, except this person is paid to write articles.

  6. Jennifer West said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Once we tried Joël Robuchon’s version, it’s difficult to see anything topping that. We figured out how to do it at home. My husband and I have been to Tyler Florence’s Wayfare Tavern in SF and we could trust his recipes. I make his fried chicken and lasagna recipes with a few edits of my own. I could see how Tyler would win this.

  7. Kelly Baugh said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Pretty sure you did something wrong as I make ree Drummonds recipe for basically every holiday and everyone always loves it. Combining russets and Yukons sounds gross to me though, should just have picked one.

  8. Marie Richter said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Half Yukon gold, half cauliflower. Butter and sour cream, with Morton Nature’s Seasons plus a dash of salt. Add milk while mashing for desired creaminess.

  9. Lindsey Nicole Ellison said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    After you mash the potatoes, put them back in a pot to dry them out. You want a “carpet” on the bottom, then put them in a bowl and add your milk/cream and butter

  10. Michelle Rogers said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    After boiling I drain the potatos and spread them out on a cookie sheet and our them in convection oven for a couple minutes….dries them out a little. Then mix with butter, s&p, half&half, and a spoonful of horseradish. They come out super fluffy.

  11. Kelsey Elizabeth Sullivan said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I’ve have had Ree Drummonds mashed potatoes from her mercantile restaurant, every recipe is actually hers. They where the best mashed potatoes I’ve ever had. And I’m obsessed with mashed potatoes.

  12. Caleigh Rae said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Mike Gilden imma make some 2 chainz potatoes for thanksgiving but I’m using red potatoes like I always do lol

  13. Grace Bartron said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Reece Bartron if you don’t make 2chainz mashed potatoes for thanksgiving I’m gonna be slightly dissapointed in you.

  14. Amanda Jacobson-Guidice said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    This is my go to mashed potato recipe and it’s amazing!!! I get complements on them every time I make them.

  15. Alyxandrea Jade Loffer said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Yeah if I had the money to waste that much cream sure, but since I’m an average American with limited disposable income, I’ll stick with my family recipe (1 box Idaho instant potato mix) (just kidding. Not for holidays.)

    You have to weigh cost vs flavor.

  16. Tanya Munday said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I use the Yukon gold and boil them in chicken broth with garlic powder and salt. Mash then add butter, sour cream, garlic salt and pepper. And a splash of the broth they were cooked in. Big hit at my house. Can’t tell you how much I use of each as it’s based on how they taste.

  17. Cindy Kroetsch Griggs said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I make mine boiled in salt water. Then I mash them and put in lots of butter and some milk. I finish off with my Costco garlic mix. It is actually pretty good.

  18. Duane Colpitts said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    KISS is key…sour cream, butter, a touch of stock from whatever your protein S&P and add more butter after, allowing it to melt until ready to serve. I prefer whipped to traditional mashed. I occasionally add truffle oil if I’m in the mood. 🙂

  19. Marie Sixel said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Ok now go try Alton Brown’s recipe and forget all these. Turns out perfect every time, and is minus all the weird shit.

  20. Reilly Uptergrove said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Gordon Ramsay always kills it, that’s why he has three Michelin Stars. There’s no competition here🤷🏻‍♀️

  21. Karrie Alberts said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Todd Steffen maybe we (you) should make all the mashed potato recipes you can find and I should eat/judge them? Sounds like a great Sunday!

  22. Rachel Procter said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Red potatoes, skin on. Boil & mash. Add sour cream, dill, butter, S&P, milk to desired taste & thickness. Yummy 😋 even a bit of shredded cheddar cheese if you’re in the mood for it. I serve it with cheese if I make BBQ pork roast 🤤

  23. Madison Gardner said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    Okay but like…how much cream are you going to have to buy to boil the potatoes in? Heavy cream is expensive!!

  24. Anna McGahey Sayre said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I have the PW cookbook with this recipe and it calls for salt and seasoned salt, along with pepper. Those are ideally prepped then put in the oven and come out perfectly every time. No way they were under seasoned if you had the right recipe.

  25. Samantha Brown said on November 14, 2017 Reply

    I feel like if y’all can’t make good mashed potatoes without advice then I really don’t know… not rocket science.

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