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Champ (Mashed Potatoes from Ulster)

March/April 1996, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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Traditionally, this dish is made with potatoes and scallions and topped with a great deal of butter. Substituting leeks for scallions produces a mellower flavor, one that doesn't require a rich finish. Yukon Golds also add buttery color and flavor.



READER'S COMMENT:
"When I was a kid in the 50's Champ some times was the main item. We had canned peas and scrambeled eggs as a side. I like the new recipe that eliminates the 1/4 pounf of butter that used to be on top. SW in Connecticut "
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1 Review for Champ (Mashed Potatoes from Ulster)

09/26/2010
Anonymous

When I was a kid in the 50's Champ some times was the main item. We had canned peas and scrambeled eggs as a side. I like the new recipe that eliminates the 1/4 pounf of butter that used to be on top.

SW in Connecticut

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