Boursin mashed potatoes
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Boursin mashed potatoes
  Vegetables    Side dish  
Last updated 6/12/2012 1:09:54 AM. Recipe ID 36980. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Boursin mashed potatoes
 Categories: Vegetables, Side dish
      Yield: 8 Servings
  3 1/2 lb All purpose potatoes, peel
           And cut into 2 inch chunks
      2 pk Imported French Boursin
           Cheese with garlic and herbs
    1/2 c  Whole milk or half & half
           Salt and Freshly ground
           Pepper to taste
  Directions; 1. Place the peeled potatoes in large pot, cover with
  water. Bring to boil cook 20 -25 minutes until potatoes are tender
  and done. Drain potatoes in colander.  Return the potatoes to pot and
  cook over low heat 30 seconds to evaporate any water remaining. 2.
  With hand held mixer mash, potatoes until smooth.  Add the two
  packages of Boursin cheese and continue beating until thoroughly
  incorporated. Thin mashed potatoes with milk or half & half, beat 1
  minute more. 3. Add salt and pepper to taste. 4. Transfer the mashed
  potatoes to ovenproof casserole and rewarm by baking in 350 F. or
  microwaving until piping hot.  Serve at once.
  Note: Boursin is a soft and rich French cheese laced with garlic and
  herbs. It is widely available in America and just happens to make one
  of the easiest and most sensational tasting mashed potato recipes in
  the world.
  Source Sarah Leah Chase, for Butterball turkey submitted by marina

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Recipe ID 36980 (Apr 03, 2005)

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