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These were good mashed potatoes; I did have to up the amount of milk some and then ended up putting in some sour cream too. Served them with Beef Burgundy Style Buttery Cooked Carrots & Zesty Marinated Asparagus all from this website and it was a very nice combination. Thank you!
This was another great way to use up our large basil plants. I used olive oil instead of butter and doubled the pesto. I used the 'Simple Garlic and Basil Pesto'recipe from this website. I found they needed a little extra salt (though this may have been due to not using butter). Thanks!
Pretty yummy! I like the flavor of pesto so I used more of it (3 tablespoons for 2 yukon gold potatoes), and a couple of handfuls of pecorino romano cheese, and a couple of pinches of salt and pepper. Great way to use up extra pesto!
What a great idea and new twist on mashed potatoes! This was unusual but delicious flavorful and pretty - I'm so glad to have found another use for pesto. I didn't measure just added the pesto to taste along with extra butter. This was a nice accompaniment to "Roasted Lemon Herb Chicken " also from this site.
These potatoes were really good. I used red potatoes and just left the skin on. I followed LadyJayPee's advice about using a bit of sour cream. I also used lots more pesto- probably about 1/2 cup. We had this with our St. Patrick's Day meal. My baby could not get enough of these! Everyone liked them.
Wonderful! I used the Knor Creamy Pesto sauce packet. It is high sodium so won't make often but it's a fun change from the standard. (Using homemade pesto would be much lower sodium but too expensive for our budget!). Served with broiled tilapia & poured the remaining pesto over that. What a treat.