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janjag
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22/09/2016 : 16:32:15      reply with quote


Can anyone tell me why my mash is all sloppy and sweet these days and my jacket potatoes are mushy and sweet. I am sure the varieties in the shops must be different to those years ago - and my cooking isn't that bad . I use Rooster potatoes and Maris Piper - is there a better one to choose. ? I just want a lovely fluffy jacket and dry mash . Thanks so much for any advice.
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midway
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24/09/2016 : 17:30:14      reply with quote


Make sure to drain well after cooking, then gently reheat the drained potatoes on the stovetop to dry them out slightly before mashing.
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cars
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24/09/2016 : 19:04:07      reply with quote


easy answer, buy frozen mash !
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midway
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24/09/2016 : 19:34:33      reply with quote


Come on Cars, you,ll be telling me you like powdered eggs and bacon grill next.
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Fred
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24/09/2016 : 19:36:09      reply with quote


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posted by cars
easy answer, buy frozen mash !
Are you sure you know what a potatoe looks like?
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