These were great, I really liked the chives and sour cream flavor. I boiled the potatoes the night before Thanksgiving and then mashed them and did the rest the next day. So the potatoes were warm, I thought I'd warm up the milk and sour cream before mixing in. The sour cream looked nasty after warming, so I ended up just adding that in cold after all. So in order to make them hot, I put the fully mixed potatoes into a casserole, covered with tin foil, in the oven for 10-15 min on 350 (had something else cooking at that temp, so just put this in along with the other thing). That worked well, as the potatoes weren't dry when I took them out. I added a lot more chives to the potatoes than called for b/c I really like chives. I cut them with kitchen scissors (works great so long as the chives aren't wet) and mixed them with the potatoes when I added the sour cream. I then also garnished with a few remaining sprigs when I took the potatoes out of the oven. I think next time I may try adding a tbs of butter just to see how that tastes, but otherwise, I think these were great. Everyone at my Thanksgiving liked them a lot!
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These were great, I really liked the chives and sour cream flavor. I boiled the potatoes the...