Puree made this way will be a hit with a good baking

Why not start with the milk ingredient, which at first is extremely creamy – mascarpone? The idea turned out to be successful, as mascarpone mashed potatoes are our most fluffy and creamy puree, and at the same time with wonderful taste. Furthermore, we introduced another welcome shortcut in the form of using a hand mixer. This provides expressive preparation and a delicate silky texture.

Mashed potatoes with mascarpone

It does not become more creamy.

  • 1.2 kg potatoes
  • 250 g mascarpone cheese
  • teaspoon salt
  • 40 g butter
  • milk as needed

Preparation

1. Peel the potatoes, cut them into small cubes and cook until soft.

2. While it is still hot, shake in a colander and let the excess water evaporate.

3. Shake it again in the bowl and add the butter, salt and mascarpone, then mix it with an electric hand mixer with ordinary mustache. If desired or necessary, add a little warm milk.

4. The puree prepared in this way is extremely quartz and for a really silky texture without potato pieces, we squeeze it again in a fine colander.

5. You can serve it like this or sprinkle it in bowls, sprinkle on top with minced parmesan cheese and bake it at high temperature in the oven to melt the cheese.

We also recommend: Stuffed chicken according to the family recipe

We cook

We are Tjaša Vede and Blaž Mikuljan. Culinary is the area where we prefer to stay. Whether satisfying taverns, enthusiastic browsing of the kitchen while walking or coordinated creation on the battlefield of home cooking – we are always looking for new ingredients, procedures and ways of preparing dishes. We are totally the opposite of the traditionalists. The preparation of traditional dishes remains the domain of our grandmothers, as they have them completely in hand and also gladly pet us with them. But when we come down to a traditional recipe, we honestly enjoy it in our own style. You can follow us on the blog midvakuhava.si.

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