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Yukon Gold & Sweet Potato Mash

November/December 2008, November/December 2007

Your rating: None Average: 4 (99 votes)

The addition of delicious sweet potatoes gives a nutrient boost to mashed potatoes. Double it: Cook the potatoes in a Dutch oven rather than a large saucepan.



READER'S COMMENT:
"What a great way to serve up the spuds! I made this for Thanksgiving and it has already been requested for our Christmast dinner - deeeeelish! "
Yukon Gold & Sweet Potato Mash Recipe

14 Reviews for Yukon Gold & Sweet Potato Mash

04/12/2013
Anonymous
Creamy and flavorful

I made these with just sweet potatoes and just added liquid slowly to avoid the overly soupy result that a previous reviewer had mentioned. I also only added 1/2 the amount of butter. My kids and hubby loved it! We will definitely make this again.

Love that this is a low fat version of a holiday favorite.
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12/23/2012

I've made this several times and it is fantastic. A good way to introduce sweet potatoes. Not sure what the person did that said it was like soup. The consistancy is very good. I double the recipe and freeze some.

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12/23/2012

I've made this several times and it is fantastic. A good way to introduce sweet potatoes. Not sure what the person did that said it was like soup. The consistancy is very good. I double the recipe and freeze some.

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11/30/2012
Anonymous
Very tasty.

I doubled the recipe for Thanksgiving. They were very soupy. Hurriedly boiled two more large Yukons, mashed them and added to the original recipe. They were perfect. So, either decrease the milk or add more potatoes. So good, you didn't need gravy.

Great change from candied sweet and/or white mashed potatoes
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11/22/2012
Anonymous

Have just made this receipe--it is nothing but soup and all you can taste is the mashed yukon potatoes. It is a very pale orange color and very bland. I followed the receipe and am very disappointed. Obviously I won't be serving it
today! I would not recommend it to anyone.

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