Mashed potatoes are a great addition to your steak and also a must-have on the Thanksgiving dinner menu. Gordon Ramsay’s mashed potatoes are really easy to make and are really creamy. The flavors are slightly accentuated with a little garlic and some chives.
You can use any potatoes for this recipe. The recipe is also very basic. This recipe doesn’t add as much of the Ramsay flare to the dish. The reason behind this is that this dish is a classic. There’s also not much you can add to mashed potatoes without losing the taste of the original recipe.
To make Gordon Ramsay’s mashed potatoes, boil potatoes for half an hour and set them aside. Then, melt butter in a pan and cook garlic in it. Add milk to the pan and stir for a minute. After that, add the warmed milk, chives, salt, and pepper to the potatoes and mash them until smooth.
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1. Gordon Ramsay’s Rocket Mushroom & Bacon Quiche-Looking for a French cuisine based dish to kickstart a family gathering? Search no further and give a try to the rocket mushroom and bacon quiche by Gordon Ramsay.
2. Gordon Ramsay’s Stroganoff– Stroganoff is a dish of Russian origin. It is made with beef broth. Mushrooms play a strong role in adding an exquisite flavor to the recipe.
3. Gordon Ramsay’s Vegetarian Lasagna-Packed with the goodness of veggies like zucchini, bell pepper and more, this dish will hook you up for life in the first bite.
4. Gordon Ramsay’s Mushroom Soup– Gordon Ramsay’s rendition of the classic mushroom soup is super creamy and thick. If you wish to make it at home perfectly, follow the recipe precisely.
Gordon Ramsay’s Mashed Potatoes
- Hand Masher
- 4 Russet Potatoes (peeled, cut into chunks)
- 1 tablespoon Butter
- 2 cloves Garlic (minced)
- ½ cup 2% Milk
- Salt and Ground Black Pepper (to taste)
- ½ teaspoon Chives
- In a pot, add the sliced potatoes and add enough water to cover them, and then some more.
- Bring the water to a boil and then reduce the heat. Cook the potatoes for about 16-18 minutes. After that, drain the potatoes and set them aside.
- Place a pan over medium heat and melt butter in it. Add garlic to it and cook for a minute.
- Then, add milk to it and stir it for 1-2 minutes. Remove the pan from heat.
- In a bowl, add the boiled potatoes, milk, chives, sea salt, and pepper
- Using a hand masher, mash the potatoes and make sure they don’t have any lumps. Your mashed potatoes are ready.