Parmesan Mashed Potatoes

Over Pesach (Passover) we are pretty limited on what we are permitted to eat. So we end up eating alot of eggs, matzoh and potatoes. At the end of it all potatoes are the last thing I want to see even though they are one of my ultimate favorite foods! For now, still enjoying my potatoes. When I'm in a bind for time and I want to throw together an easy side dish mashed potatoes usually come to mind. It's so easy to either microwave a couple of potatoes or boil them up in a pot. So although I don't have a lot of prep to do for Pesach I still have a nice list of things to take care of and not alot of time for cooking lavish dinners. Monday was a dairy night and we had homemade pizza snaps- they took pretty quick to prepare. And along side of the pizza snaps I threw together these easy and yummy mashed potatoes. I was going to add a salad as well but turns out we got full pretty fast so no salad after all.

You are going to love this recipe for when you don't have much time. Here it is:

3-4 Large Potatoes
1 Large Onion, Chopped
1 Tsp Fresh Garlic
A little Veg Oil for frying
1 Tsp Vinegar
1/4 Cup Parmesan Cheese
1 Tsp Salt
 A little Pepper

Start by boiling up the potatoes in a pot of salted water. Boil them up until they are soft and easily mash-able. While the potatoes are boiling, saute' the onion and fresh garlic in a frying pan with oil. Once the potatoes are ready let them cool and remove their peel. Put them into a large serving bowl and mash them. Add the fried onions and garlic along with whatever is left of the frying oil. Then put in the vinegar, salt, pepper and Parmesan cheese immediately before serving. Mix up all the ingredients very well with a spoon and this easy side dish is ready to be served. 

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