Everyone liked this but didn’t think it was amazing. Golden color gives good visual presentation. One person thought it tasted more like creamed (yellow) squash than mashed potatoes. Essentially, this is a dressed-up version of Basic Mashed Potatoes from this site with a turnip, onion, and carrots thrown in. On the bland side as written but easily fixed by adding preferred seasonings. The real benefit of this dish over plain mashed potatoes is adding high nutrient root vegetables which, as a group, are an excellent source of complex carbohydrates, fiber, potassium and antioxidants. This is a great way to camouflage some root vegetables that might not be eaten if standing alone, especially among young children. Oh, and we roasted the vegetables rather than boil them both because of a preferred taste and not losing substantial nutrients by draining off the standing water. Used a Vitamix to blend. We will make again with personal adjustments. Thank you SNOG for sharing an old French Canadian recipe.
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Everyone liked this but didn’t think it was amazing. Golden color gives good visual...