Mashed potato in a cup

If mashed potato has two qualities, we can say that it is an excellent mashed potato. one of them is the soft texture and the other is the taste of butter. This mashed potato has both of these qualities.


1 Potato large (3" to 4-1/4" dia) potato
25 gram butter
5 Tbs milk
1 tsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
1 glass to cook potato water


 Chopped potato

Peel the potato and chop.

 Chopped potato and water in the saucepan

Pour enough water over the potatoes.

 Cooked potato in the saucepan

Cook on medium heat for about a quarter.

 Adding butter and milk to the cooked potato

Drain the potatoes hot until extra water comes out, then add butter, salt and pepper in this step.

Mashing potato

Start pureeing with a meat grinder or a puree equipment and add the milk little by little. Keep on until have a smooth and delicate texture.

 Mashed potato with decoration of chopped vegetables

Finally, before serving, use a little chopped parsley or scallion to make it more beautiful.

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Cook Detail

Servings 2
Calories per serving 257 Cals
Prepare Time 5 min
Cook Time 15 min
Total Time 20 min



Tips and tricks

  • Be sure to peel the potatoes before cooking. This will make your puree taste better.
  • Add milk little by little. It may need more. Add enough to have the desired softness.

Background & History

I used to make only one model of mashed potatoes... which really tasted great, it was mashed potatoes with hot onions with lots of oil. Although I like it very much, but I suffer from a lot of oil 😅 . also this mashed potato that I once tried for gratin, has a delicious taste.😍

Nutrition Facts (per serving)

Calories 257 Cals
Calcium, Ca 85.18 mg
Carbohydrate 34.81 g
Cholesterol 30.63 mg
Fat 11.58 g
Fiber 4.16 g
Folate 30.14 ug
Iron, Fe 1.62 mg
Magnesium, Mg 50.81 mg
Niacin 2.01 mg
Protein 5.19 g
Sodium, Na 1193.92 mg
Sugars 3.42 g
Thiamin 0.17 mg
Vitamin A 383.11 iu
Vitamin B6 0.56 mg
Vitamin C 36.35 mg