How to Cook Mashed Potatoes:
The plain mashed potatoes are already pre-cooked, simply reheat and sprinkle some seasonings to serve.
Guide for Reheating:
Put mashed potatoes in a covered pan and cook over low heat. Stir occasionally until thoroughly heated. Add butter, milk, or any seasoning you may like.
Remove frozen potatoes from the pack and put them in a microwavable dish. Cover and heat on medium-high for about 5 minutes, stir occasionally.
Remove frozen potatoes from the pack and place them in a covered oven-safe dish. Heat at 350º F for 20-30 minutes. Stir occasionally until thoroughly heated.
*Ovens may vary, changes in temperature and time of cooking may be applied.
- Go British and pair with sausage for a smashing banger and mash
- Have a little twist by replacing rice with this, alongside your steak and veggies
- Top with gravy beside the glazed turkey with roasted veggies for an awesome festive meal
- Sprinkle pepper or your choice of spices and herbs, side with green peas, cubed carrots, and corn bits
- Healthier when blended with cauliflower, get the buttery taste with lesser carbs
- Opt for nonfat milk or low-fat yogurt or add with chicken stock for a creamy whip, opt also for olive oil instead of butter for healthier fat
Potatoes are inherently a good source of potassium, vitamin C, proteins, fibers, and contain phytonutrients that help promote health.
On its mashed form with added whole milk, it can provide 10% vitamin C, 12% vitamin B6, and 6% Potassium for every hundred-gram serving. It can also be used as a replacement for a starch portion like rice.
It can be made healthier when mixed with health-promoting ingredients, a few examples in serving ideas.
Fair warning: Potatoes are also naturally rich in simple carbohydrates, moderation and portion control are the key.