Rutabaga & Potato Puree

November/December 1992

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Earthy rutabagas and garlic add flavor to mashed potatoes. They can be made ahead, making them the perfect choice for entertaining. Turnips can be substituted for the rutabagas, but the puree will not have the same creamy yellow color. Make it a meal: Serve with Bistro Beef Tenderloin and Tuscan Cabbage and Mushrooms for a perfect winter entertaining menu.

Rutabaga & Potato Puree

2 Reviews for Rutabaga & Potato Puree

nice change of pace

Made this with a white potato, Yukon gold potato, rutabaga and turnip. We all enjoyed it. Since I'm not a mashed potato lover--I eat them, this recipe added a nuance that made it a nice change of pace

easy, good way to use winter veggies
moist and tasty

I used the recipe as a starting point. I used a potato--one white and one Yukon gold. I used a rutabaga and a turnip. I only made half the recipe. I used dried thyme. It was a nice change of pace from ordinary mashed potatoes(which is not my favorite starch) I liked the combinations of al the flavors.

simple, few ingredients, nice change of pace

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