Roth Kase Gruyere Mashed Potatoes

January 8, 2010

The Lady decided to cook up stuff in the fridge and made a lunch/snack using three potatoes and some of the Roth Kase Gruyere Cheese she helped make in Wisconsin last spring.

Here’s what she did.

She added two chicken bouillon cubes  and cut up potatoes to cold water.

She brought the water to a boil and cooked the potatoes until fork-tender.

While the potatoes were boiling she fried a little bacon cut into thin pieces. Once it was crisp, she drained the oil and put the bacon bits on a paper towel.

She then grated the Gruyere – about 3 ounces.

Once tender, she drained the potatoes and added half a stick of butter, a large dollop of sour cream, the cheese and bacon and stirred until well-mixed but still a little lumpy. (She left the skins on the potatoes.)

She put the Gruyere mashed potatoes in bowls and served.

It was just the right lunch time snack for The Man and me… maybe a little more bacon…

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2 Responses to “Roth Kase Gruyere Mashed Potatoes”

  1. jeff bomba Says:

    sounds really good but would probably give me a heart attack lol. amybe if i went easy on the bacon and sour cream.


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