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Courtney Brandt

03 June 2020

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Need something a bit different in one of your favorite or routine dishes?  


Could I interest you in an elevated truffle mash?


While these spuds can be done as a twice-baked variety, or as the mashed potatoes we all know and love, with just a small amount of truffle, this comforting dish gets an easy upgrade.


Ready to cook?  I promise it’s not difficult! If I can do it, anyone can.


Truffle Garlic Mash


  •  Prep Time: 10 minutes
  •  Cook Time: 35 minutes
  •  Total Time: 45 minutes
  •  Servings: 4 to 5 servings







  • Clean your potatoes. Any variety of potato works for this recipe, but for an extra level of presentation, I believe red potatoes look the best.  However, it’s entirely up to your palate.
  • Remove all of the bruised areas and spuds from the potatoes.
  • Cut the potatoes in quarters.
  • Boil the potatoes in a large pot of boiling water for 25 to 30 minutes (or until the potatoes are tender).
  • Once the potatoes are cooked, remove from heat, and begin working on the seasoning.  Leave the potatoes in the water.
  • In a medium saucepan, add the butter, and melt on medium heat. Then, add the garlic to the melted butter and cook the garlic for one minute.
  • Next, add milk and heavy cream to the garlic butter mixture, and heat for another minute.
  • Now, drain the water from the cooked potatoes.
  • After draining the water from the cooked potatoes, add the sauce mixture, mustard with summer truffle, pepper, and salt to the potatoes.
  • Then, mash the potatoes with a potato masher to desired consistency.  Any of the ingredients can be reduced or increased, according to taste.
  • Et voilà, you now have elevated mashed potatoes! 



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