Viral Hack: Creamy mashed potatoes don't get better than this!
Potatoes are one of the most versatile vegetables that can be used in cooking in a number of ways. Mashed potatoes are one of the easiest and yummiest ingredients to work with, whether you like to eat them raw or paired with something else. Mashing potatoes is a task easier said than done. There are a number of things that can go wrong with this seemingly simple exercise, which makes the mashed potatoes end up tasting lumpy and dry. If you want to make your potatoes taste unbelievably creamy and delicious, this viral hack video is just what you need to watch. Take a look at the hack here:
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Shared on Instagram by a 19-year-old Australian chef, Morgan Hipworth, the hack involves an interesting method to make mashed potatoes super creamy. All you need is some butter and hot milk. Further, his technique involved using a little bit of heat to bring together all the ingredients like never before! "Taste your mash before serving and season with extra salt if needed. You can also add any of your favourite herbs," he wrote in the comments section.
Here's The Full Recipe For Smooth And Creamy Mashed Potatoes By Chef Morgan Hipworth:
- 500g mashing potatoes
- 100g butter
- 100g boiling milk
- Sea salt to taste
- Peel and dice up the potatoes into cubes.
- Boil them with a pinch of salt until they become tender.
- Drain the excess water and mash the potato cubes by hand or using a masher.
- Bring the mashed potatoes to heat on low flame.
- On the side, heat some milk and slowly add it to the potatoes.
- Mix in the butter and whisk until you get a smooth and creamy mixture.
So, what are you waiting for? Take your mashed potatoes to the next level with this innovative technique, and we promise, there will be no looking back. Happy cooking!
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