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 A Traditional Scottish Recipe for Chappit Tatties / Mashed Potatoes

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Mashed Potatoes / Chappit Tatties

Use as many potatoes as required for the meal
A little finely shredded onion or chopped chives (optional)

Mashed Tatties Cooking Method

  Wash and peel the potatoes then cut out any eyes and blemishes.

  Boil the potatoes with plenty of salt, pour off the water.

  Keep the potatoes in the pot with gentle heat to dry them.

  Put in butter, salt and shredded onion or chives (optional) to taste

  Mash the potatoes until smooth.

  Mashed potatoes may be pressed into buttered patty pans, turned out and browned in the grill.

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