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Mashed Cheese Potatoes

This is a recipe I cooked up after my brain repeatedly told me to mix potatoes and cheese.

Ingredients for 2 servings:

  • 500g potatoes
  • 250g at least middle-aged gouda. don’t take young gouda, it’ll tate awful if you do. trust me, i’ve tried.
  • 1 or 2 onions
  • 100g bacon bits
  • butter
  • seasoning

Instructions:

  • Boil potatoes until soft. (if they’re old or you don’t like potato peel, you can peel them before cooking) (put potatoes in pot, cover with salted water, put a lid on it, and cook on medium heat until you can stick a fork into it and pull it out without the potato coming along)
  • Mince onions, and fry alongside the bacon. If you have a small pan, you might want to add the bacon later.
  • Strain potatoes, and put back on stove on low heat
  • Add cheese (grated, not as block) and butter, and mash well. put lid on it and let the cheese melt (shouldnt take more than 5 min)
  • Add onions, bacon, and seasoning, and stir well.

Seasoning?

Yeah ok, whenever I cook I just haphazardly grab freeze-dried herb mince from my herb stand, but here’s some stuff you can add to potatoes:

  • salt
  • nutmeg
  • rosemary
  • thyme
  • chives

Probably a few others, too. Rosemary and Nutmeg have quite a strong taste, so err on the safe side You can always add more afterwards.

And for the love of the gods don’t forget to salt your potato water. This is not optional. Half a teaspoon of regular cooking salt suffice, but unsalted potato water leads to potatoes that are bland no matter how much spice you heap over it.

The bacon bits are, in theory, optional, and you can substitute vegetable fat for the butter, so you can make this vegetarian or lactose free if you want.