One of my husband’s favorite side dishes is a delicious warm side of mash potatoes. Therefore, at least once or twice a week we make mash potatoes. Ever since we got our Instant Pot Pressure Cooker making hard boiled eggs, rice, beans, and mash potatoes have become less than of a chore and more of an easy and enjoyable task; cause honestly, who wants to wait for the water to boil to make mash potatoes? Not me and that’s why today I want to share with you this perfect 6 Minutes Instant Pot Mash Potatoes Recipe.
6 Minutes Instant Pot Mash Potatoes Recipe
- 1 pound of Yukon Gold potatoes, wash, peeled, and cut in halves.
- 4 tablespoon of real organic butter
- 1/3 cup of milk or half and half
- sea salt and white pepper to taste
- 1 1/2 cups of water or chicken stock for the pressure cooker
- First, wash and peel your potatoes, cut lengthwise in half and set aside (if potatoes are extra large, first cut them in half and then the halves in half again).
- Pour water into the pressure cooker's inner liner, along with potatoes.
- Put the lid on and turn the Steam Release valve to sealing.
- Press the "MANUAL" button and +/- to 6 minutes.
- Once the Instant Pot pressure cooker is done, "Quick Release" the steam or turn the Steam Release valve to venting.
- Carefully, remove the water from the potatoes inside the inner liner.
- Leave the "Keep warm" setting on.
- Add butter to the potatoes and mash them with a potato masher.
- Once you have mashed most of the potatoes add milk, salt, and pepper and continue mashing until desired texture.
- Adjust salt and pepper to taste and serve hot with your favorite meal.
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So, what do you think of our easy 6 Minutes Instant Pot Mash Potatoes Recipe? I hope you love as much as my family does. Seriously, this recipe is so popular in my household that today, I almost didn’t have time to photograph it before it was all gone. Oh, and if you love this recipe, stay tuned because I will be sharing our easy cauliflower mash!
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