Recipe for healthy mashed-potatoes without butter or margarine.
CyberParents’ Recipe Mashed Potatoes: the healthyway–sans butter or margarine.
3 cups potatoes, peeled, and cut in cubes. Water to cover.
1 tsp. salt 1/2 tsp. ground black pepper 1 T canola oil 1/4 cup soya milk Boil potatoes until done.
Mash potatoes, adding canola oil, soya milk, salt & pepper. Mix well.
Garlic is also a popular addition to mashed potatoes now. Taste as you add.
Although this works out to 4-5 grams of fat per serving, it is not thehydrogenated fat of commercial margarine or the animal fat of butter. Experiment withreducing canola oil and increasing soya milk if you wish to lower fat.
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