Thanksgiving is tomorrow! Do you find yourself still looking for side dishes to wow your family and friends taste buds? If so, I would like to share with you my Roasted Garlic and Chives Mashed Potatoes. This is one of the 10 Last Minute Thanksgiving Side Dishes that I would like to share with you.
About a month ago, my husband and I tried a new restaurant that we both feel in love with. I have some of their roasted garlic mashed potatoes and it was this challenge to replicate something close to them at home. That and I think my craving for mashed potatoes had something to do with the fact that I knew Thanksgiving is on it’s way. Mashed potatoes and rolls are the killer side dish for me at Thanksgiving. Do you have a killer side dish?
How about a few other side dishes to rock your Thanksgiving. These are simple enough for you to grab up the ingredients tonight on the ride home and put together. Gluten free options and clean options are available through out the list. This is an extra good one for those vegetarians on your list. My zesty green salad here on my blog.
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ITEMS TO MAKE THESE MASHED POTATOES
- 7 red skin potatoes; cubed
- 2 whole garlic
- 1 bundle of spring onions; chives reserved
- ½ tablespoon butter
- 1 cup milk
- 4 teaspoons olive oil
- ¼ teaspoon black pepper
- ¼ teaspoon salt
- Cut the tops off of the garlic exposing the cloves. Drizzle with oil and wrap in foil. Bake at 400 degrees F for 35 minutes.
- Dice potatoes into cubes and place in a pot of water. Turn to medium heat and boil until potatoes are tender. Strain and set aside.
- Chop chives off the spring onions and place in a large bowl with potatoes. Press roasted garlic into the potato mixture. Blend in butter and milk until it is the texture you prefer. Add salt and pepper. Blend and taste.
- Add more salt, pepper, or butter if needed. Serve!
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