Truffles are one of our weaknesses. Mixed them with potatoes, and we empty the plate. Period. This Truffled Mashed potatoes recipe is made in minutes and delivers plenty of satisfaction.
There’s hardly a way to create another such an easy, flavorful, and decadent recipe in so little time than this one, so get ready for some compliments.
Truffles are those things that you either love or hate, and we just can’t get enough of them. White, black, shaved, oil-infused, whichever way they come, we will dig into them, no questions asked.
But What are Truffles?
Not to be confused with fancy chocolates of the same name, savory truffles are subterranean fungi grown in calcareous soils near the roots of trees such as oak or hazelnut. They’re produced in concentrated areas around the world, including France, Italy, New Zealand, China, North Africa, the Middle East, and the Pacific Northwest.
In Northern Italy, truffles grow widely and are highly valued and used in many dishes such as risottos and pasta, so yes. So living here, we are closer to our idea of heaven.
We are going to use a simple array of ingredients for this recipe.
Truffled Mashed Potatoes
- Boiling pan
- Masher or fork
- Bring your water to boil with some salt.
- Add the potatoes and cook until tender.
- Mash the potatoes with their skin on.
- Add all the ingredients and mix well.
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