Top Rated Mashed Potatoes Recipes

Shepherd's pie is a classic traditional dish to serve on St. Patrick's Day, and this recipe adds some beer to the mix to let you get your drinking and eating in at the same time. 
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Crispy Buffalo Wings
Buffalo wings are always a crowd pleaser. Some like them mild, some prefer them spicy, but everyone likes them crispy, and Hungry Jack mashed potato flakes could be the secret ingredient you’ve been looking for to achieve the perfect crunch. Chicken is coated in cayenne sauce before being rolled in potato flakes. Season a second time, then bake an easy four-step recipe that makes good use of the last of the potato flakes in the box.Click here for more great back-of-the-box recipes.
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sweet potato
Here is an easy and delicious sweet potato recipe, adapted from the 1948 spring issue of Good Housekeeping Magazine. 
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Baked Potato Dip
Here is an easy and delicious potato dip recipe courtesy of the TRISCUIT Test Kitchen.
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Pork tenderloin
Tenderloin is a soft cut of meat to start with, and cooking it with a hint of citrus and rosemary really brings out the subtleties in this dish.It’s wonderful served with fluffy mashed sweet potatoes.
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In the English tradition, a cook uses leftover beef or lamb from last night's roast to make this hearty casserole. For the most basic shepherd's pie, you sauté some fresh vegetables, add in meat taken off the bone, and then add any jus or gravy to thicken up the filling and make it a little saucy. You put this filling into an oven-safe casserole dish, top it off with mashed potatoes, dot with butter, and bake until the topping gets a nice roasted brown hue. What you don't know about shepherd's pie is that it is the perfect dish in which to use those Thanksgiving leftovers because there is no set recipe. Your shepherd's pie is based on what's available in the fridge the morning after Turkey Day. Personally, I like to go with very traditional flavors on Thanksgiving, and then go a little cross-cultural with the leftovers. So here is an Asian-inspired take on Shepherd's pie.
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We all know about that sandwich we like to make after Thanksgiving, but this recipe by Adam Keough of Absinthe Brasserie & Bar in San Francisco sheds a whole new light on it. 
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Justin Warner, chef at Brooklyn, N.Y.'s Do or Dine restaurant, came up with an inventive twist on a classic Thanksgiving dinner. Wrap turkey and cranberry sauce with nori and mashed potatoes for a creative sushi dish. Serve with a gravy dipping suace to round out the flavors and sushi-eating experience. 
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Chicken-Fried Steak
Chicken-fried steak is a staple in traditional Texas cooking. It features the lowly round steak, beaten with a mallet to a tender, even consistency, dredged in flour and batter and then fried. This “fried chicken” method is what gives this dish its famous name. Chicken-fried steak is always served with white pepper gravy. 
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A fully — and hamburger — loaded potato satisfies any burger craving and keeps it gluten-free. 
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It's hard to do short ribs wrong, but this recipe does them oh-so right. The short ribs are braised in a chocolatey-Guinness beer liquid to give them a uniquely rich flavor. 
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For your St. Patrick’s Day fix of meat and potatoes, Samuel Adams Irish Red Shepherd’s Pie with Shamrock Potatoes, created by chef David Burke.
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