Alfredo Potatoes are the dreamiest way to make Mashed Potatoes ever! This astonishingly easy 6-ingredient recipe is a keeper. If you’re tired of Mashed Potatoes the same old way, this recipe is for you. These creamy potatoes are full of Alfredo flavor with a dash of chives. Amazingly delicious.
During the corona virus shut down I tried lots of new recipes. Mostly main dishes and side dishes. This one was served along with Italian Pot Roast and Garlic Green Beans. It was fantastic as far as I was concerned. It’s great with or without the gravy from the pot roast. This drool worthy recipe won’t last long because it’s so good your family will want seconds. 🙂
Our neighbor’s wife had to travel with her job for several weeks during the crisis. So I sent her husband some of the roast, potatoes and green beans for dinner one night. He loved everything too. Both recipes were pretty easy. The nice thing about this side dish, is you can make it for any kind of entree, chicken, fish, pork or beef.
Alfredo Potatoes is just what you’re looking for, for dinner. Seriously. Those of you who enjoy Garlic Mashed Potatoes will enjoy this side dish just as well. We sure did. Go ahead and have a serving of gravy with it while your at it. 🙂
Alfredo Potatoes are so delicious.
This easy recipe has only 6 ingredients.
Alfredo Potatoes are especially good for holiday or company dinners.
Here’s what I did.
I used these ingredients. I did not use the cornstarch in the potatoes. I actually used it when making the gravy for the Italian Pot Roast. I also used diced onion.
Cut large red potatoes in quarters. Boil until soft; then drain.
Add butter, Alfredo sauce, diced onion, half of the chives and pepper.
Mash potatoes with a potato masher.
Transfer potatoes to a serving bowl to serve. Sprinkle with remaining fresh, snipped chives.
Alfredo Potatoes is a delightful spin on a Mashed Potatoes side dish.
Whether you serve it plain with chives sprinkled on top, or with gravy, these potatoes are phenomenal.
Alfredo Potatoes is one of the best ways we’ve eaten Mashed Potatoes. Soooo delicious.
Here’s the recipe.
(Recipe adapted from Taste of Home, Quick Cooking, 2008)
These potatoes really hit the spot when served with roast beef.
I enjoyed eating them with the gravy from the roast.
The Alfredo Sauce adds such delightful flavor to ordinary Mashed Potatoes.