Perfect Mashed Potatoes- Everyday Food with Sarah Carey


Watch and learn as Sarah Carey shares this comforting and delicious recipe for the perfect mashed potato dish. She’ll also show you a few easy and amazing variations to this stellar side.

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Sarah Carey is the editor of Everyday Food magazine and her job is to come up with the best ways to make fast, delicious food at home. But she’s also a mom to two hungry kids, so the question “What’s for dinner?” is never far from her mind — or theirs, it seems! Her days can get crazy busy (whose don’t?), so these videos are all about her favorite fast, fresh meals — and the tricks she uses to make it all SO much easier.


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  1. Wait wait wait, its been a while since posted, but I just stumbled on to this video…reading these comments im thinking to myself, if there are SO MANY EXPERTS saying what she did wrong, I am confused why you are here watching a video on how to make mashed potatoes. 🙂

  2. my mother put in cut apples in small pieces without the skin that looked like chopped onions in a new mashed potatoes dish to try something new for the new year…boy it was good and we all were shocked that we guessed the wrong secret ingredient

  3. I do something similar to this with my mashed potatoes. I've experimented a lot recently with different herbs and garlic and other flavourings. Boiling dried herbs in with your potatoes really gets the flavour in them. I have also found that a balloon which works well for mashing potatoes. It gets the lumps out and it's good for mixing 😊

  4. It would be nice to see an explanation regarding cutting potato as large or small pieces. I once watched a class at a Cordon Bleu cooking school and they said large chunks are better because less water is absorbed into the potato when cooked.

  5. These "Perfect" recipe series are almost like Kitchen Conundrums. Please do these with Thomas Joseph. A collaborative cooking video!

  6. I try to go easy on the butter as unfortunately i use so much of it in all of the sweets and desserts i make in patisserie but GREAT video 😊⭐️⭐️⭐️

  7. I steam my potatoes instead of boil them. Before I add my liquid, I briefly mix my potatoes with a hand mixer or stand mixer, depending on how much I'm making. Just to get the clumps out. I then stir in the liquids and butter. I tend to use heavy whipping cream and milk.

  8. Hey, where is captions for us deaf, hard of hearing, veterans with lost hearing, and late deaf people?? Please include us as your viewers, thanks.

  9. Perfect mashed potatoes: 3-4 russet potatoes boiled in very salty water, 1/2 cup (or more) of mayonnaiseMash and done Soooooooo good!

  10. OK, I've watched the entire video and I AM a big fan of Sarah and the show, but really, did we need another mashed potato recipe? I want to see more challenging recipes, something we can sink our teeth into.

  11. I find that if you boil the potatoes really well, some might say overcook slightly – then they mash much easier and lumps are nowhere to be found.

  12. If I want to go to town with mash I bake the potatoes. You can get a LOT of butter worked into them that way or if you want something a little healthier, sour cream.

  13. mashed potatoes mehh im just glad for new videos….& for sara she's a good instructor no matter the meal snack or guilty pleasure.


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