What You Ought To Know About Making Mashed Taters…
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is that they are even better when you twice bake them into a savory casserole filled with cheese, bacon, and garlic! So, yesterday I was thumbing through one of my old cookbooks and came across a recipe called twice baked mashed potatoes. After reading the ingredients list and method, I was sold!
I found another recipe online at Foodie Tale that incorporated garlic (one of my stinky lovers) and I knew I had to bake up this to-good-to-be-true casserole. My family absolutely loved this mashed potato bake and gobbled it down like a pack of hungry wolves. Speaking of which, my dog kept sniffing around the table hoping and “pawing” that’d we’d give him a taste. He’s such a sweet dog and definitely knows good food when he smells it.
Recipe courtesy of Foodie Tale.
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Quick Tip: This casserole makes a great companion for any meat entree such as meatloaf or BBQed chicken.