Mike's Salted Irish Pub Garlic Potatoes. Incredibly easy and incredibly delicious mashed potatoes made in the pressure cooker. I also turn half of the potatoes into yummy potato soup! This recipe for roasted garlic mashed potatoes is delightfully creamy and flavorful.
Who doesn't love some really good mashed potatoes? They're basically the perfect side dish recipe that you can enjoy at dinner time! Can you imagine how good. "These garlic mashed potatoes are rich and very tasty! You can have Mike's Salted Irish Pub Garlic Potatoes using 13 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Mike's Salted Irish Pub Garlic Potatoes
- Prepare of Irish Salted Potatoes.
- Prepare 1 1/4 cup of Table Salt.
- It’s 4 lb of Small White New Potatoes [or colored fingerlings].
- It’s of Garlic Parmesean Butter Sauce.
- You need 2 stick of Real Salted Butter [no margarine].
- It’s 1/4 cup of Fresh Garlic [smashed or grated & fine chopped].
- Prepare 1/4 cup of Fresh Parsley [lose pack-plus extra for garnish].
- Prepare 2 tbsp of Chives [fine chop + extra for garnish].
- Prepare 1/4 cup of Fresh Grated Parmesean Cheese [+ extra for garnish].
- You need 1/4 tsp of White Pepper [or less].
- It’s 1/4 tsp of Onion Powder.
- You need of Options.
- You need of Sour Cream.
For a creamier texture, use heavy cream in place of the milk. These are also terrific topped with green onions." Drain, and place in a large bowl. Combine potatoes with milk, butter, garlic, salt, and pepper. Irish Boxtys are garlic mashed potatoes rolled in seasoned bread crumbs and flash fried then served with dipping sauces.
Mike's Salted Irish Pub Garlic Potatoes instructions
- Using cold water, wash potatoes but do not puncture them whatsoever. Place clean spuds in enough cold water to cover the potatoes by 1"+ of water and add salt. Bring water to a boil with a tight fitting lid and boil spuds for 13 – 15 minutes. Check at 13 minutes. Unlike potatoes that you'd boil for mashed spuds dishes, you'll notice these spuds are floating. It's the large amount of salt added causing that reaction. You'll also notice that your stove top is completely flecked with millions of tiny white dots. It's the salt as well and cleans up easily..
- Begin making your butter sauce by adding everything in that specific category and placing on low flame and slowly simmering..
- Check one potato at 13 minutes for tenderness. You'll want these as soft and creamy as a baked spud in the center but NOT soggy. Discard that pierced potato, otherwise, it'll absorb all of the salt in the water and will be inedible..
- Drain spuds momentarily in sink and allow to quickly dry. Almost instantly their skins will morph into a dried, white, salted coating. Place those hot spuds evenly in serving bowls..
- Equally pour butter sauce into 4 small Ramekin bowls. Here's a tip though: A LITTLE BUTTER SAUCE GOES A VERY LONG WAY! So, don't worry about adding smaller amounts to your Ramekin dishes. :0) Then, lightly drizzle your remaining butter sauce over your plated potatoes. Following that step, garnish your spuds with a light dusting of onion powder, course sea salt, fresh chives, fresh parsley if you have it & grated parmesean cheese. Offer a few toothpicks at serving and always offer an optional side dish of sour cream garnished with chives..
- Serve with an ice cold Guiness Beer that's sat properly for at least 2 minutes once poured, before serving it in an ice cold mug as well! This is Irish pub food at its finest and most basic folks! Enjoy!.
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