One Potato, Two Potato, Three . . .

Riced Potatoes

In this case, we’ll use four . . . Yukon Gold potatoes to produce the yummiest, creamiest potatoes ever.

I’m talking about riced potatoes, a variation of mashed potatoes.

Simple name, simpler technique . . . making this tarted up, (loaded with butter and cream) riced potato recipe a worthy addition to your culinary bag of tricks.

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