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No need to fuss last minute with these flavorful potatoes. You can reheat them in a slow cooker.
Dietary Fiber: 3g
Quick, easy side dish with WOW flavor.
I am not used to eating potatoes with Thyme spice in the recipe... so I cut it way back to about 1 tsp., per 5 lbs. of potatoes. IT WAS DELICIOUS!!!!!
From the Test Kitchens...This potatoes can also be re-heated in the oven. Place the potatoes in a lightly greased glass baking dish. Follow the directions for re-heating listed in the recipe but bake at 350 degrees F. until heated through.
Do I have to use a slow cooker to re-heat, what other means can be used to re-heat?
It was simple and easy to put together.If I didn't have time I would use instantpotatoes.
I made it for new year dinner party and everyone loved it and i used shallot powder instead of fresh shallot.Thank you
I have made these potatoes for Thanksgiving the last two years--they are delicious! I am careful to drain the potatoes very well as the recipe states. I like to put the potatoes back in the pan after boiling and draining and put the pan over the heat for a minute to two to evaporate any remaining liquid before I mash them. I tend to like my mashed potatoes on the thick side, so I haven't added the milk when I put them in the slow cooker. However, I also put them in the slow cooker the same day I made them--I just used the slow cooker to keep them warm until dinner. The milk might be necessary if the potatoes are refrigerated before heating in the slow cooker. I used the leftovers to make a cheddar potato soup--it was also incredibly good.
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