Very nice. Served with Cara's Moroccan Stew and with Moroccan Krsa, both from this site. We cooked the potatoes in a slow cooker on low, but cooked the onions in a skillet, adding the seasonings as soon as the onions were cooked, then placing the onion mixture in the fridge until time to serve. After removing some of the water, we simply mashed the potatoes, added a touch of instant mashed potato flakes (since we had slightly over cooked the potatoes in the slow cooker, so they needed something to balance out the extra moisture content which arises from over boiling... *oops!*, but nice catch anyway - - that trick always works wonderfully with any mashed T's that become soggy)......, and when the potatoes were just about the right consistency, we mixed in the onion mixture. ****We did add extra oil**, which isn't ideal, but since we served it with Cara's Moroccan Stew, which had virtually no fat, and with the bread, which had virtually no fat, our meal was still significantly low fat, and by WW standards, was a meal which could be managed with low points, or higher points, depending on caloric need. (the growing teenage boys had more carbs than those watching their waist lines, and so forth....., everyone but my daughter enjoyed the potatoes, though my husband likes the horseradish and caramelized onion mash potatoes from this site more than he likes these.... I like both equally well....., hmmm, there was a good bit of cream in the horseradish potatoes I served him..?)
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Very nice. Served with Cara's Moroccan Stew and with Moroccan Krsa, both from this site. We...