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Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Puree, made of Yukon Gold potatoes, butter, milk, and cream, serves six. It takes about 30 minutes to prepare and cook a creamy, flavorful side dish.

Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree
Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

💗 Why You’ll Love This Potato Puree Recipe:

  • Creamy Texture: The use of Yukon Gold or Désirée potatoes, known for their creamy and buttery texture, ensures the puree is smooth and velvety, providing a luxurious mouthfeel.
  • Rich Flavor: The combination of butter, milk, and double cream melds together to create a rich and indulgent taste, making this puree more than just a side dish but a gourmet experience.
  • Versatility: This potato puree can be easily adapted to various flavor profiles. Whether you want to add truffle oil for a sophisticated twist or mustard for a bit of tang, the recipe is incredibly versatile.
  • Perfect Pairing: It pairs wonderfully with a range of dishes, from roasted meats to grilled vegetables, making it an ideal accompaniment for both casual dinners and elegant gatherings.
  • Simple Ingredients: Despite its luxurious taste, the recipe uses simple, easily accessible ingredients, making it a practical choice for any day of the week.

❓ What Is Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree Recipe?

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Puree recipe uses Yukon Gold potatoes, butter, milk, and cream the potatoes are boiled, mashed, and mixed with the warm milk mixture. Seasoned with salt and pepper, it’s creamy and rich, perfect as a side dish.

Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree
Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

🥔 Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree Ingredients

  • 1kg Yukon Gold or Désirée potatoes, peeled and cut into 1cm cubes
  • 75g butter
  • 100ml whole milk
  • 100ml double cream
  • Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper

🥣 How To Make Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

  1. Bring some salty water to a boil in a pan. Put the lid on and cook for 15 minutes with the potatoes added.
  2. In the meantime, heat the butter, milk, and cream in a small pot over low heat. This will help the regular, mustard, or truffle mash cook. To make the mustard mash, mix the mustards with the warm cream. Instead, add the truffle paste and truffle oil to the pan for the truffle mash.
  3. Put the butter in a small pot and heat it up. Then add the garlic and woody herbs. Cook for two to three minutes. Bring to a slow boil after adding the milk and cream. After you add the soft herbs, cook for another two to three minutes.
  4. Use a strainer to drain the potatoes after they are done cooking. Quickly run them through a potato ricer and add them back to the pot.
  5. Add the flavored cream and mix it well. Add salt and pepper to taste, stir once more, and serve.

💭 Recipe Tips:

  • Choose the Right Potatoes: Using Yukon Gold or Désirée potatoes is key for their creamy texture and buttery flavor.
  • Uniform Cubes: Cut potatoes into equal-sized cubes for even cooking.
  • Cook Potatoes Properly: Boil until they’re very tender. Overcooking a bit is better than undercooking for a smooth puree.
  • Warm the Milk Mixture: Heating the butter, milk, and cream prevents the puree from cooling down when mixed.
  • Flavor Variations: For mustard or truffle mash, ensure to blend the added ingredients well with the warm cream for an even flavor distribution.
  • Use a Potato Ricer: This ensures a smoother, finer texture compared to mashing.
Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree
Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

🥗 What To Serve With Potato Puree?

Serve potato puree with roasted chicken, sautéed vegetables, or grilled steak add gravy or a creamy sauce for extra flavor pair with a simple salad for a complete meal.

🎚 How To Store Leftovers Potato Puree?

  • Refrigeration: Put the leftover potato puree in an airtight container and store it in the refrigerator it will stay fresh for 3-5 days.
  • Freezing: Portion the potato puree into sealed freezer bags or containers freeze it, and it will be good for 2-3 months.

🥵 How To Reheat Leftovers Potato Puree?

  • Microwave: Place a microwave-safe dish with the potato puree in the microwave heat it in 30-second intervals, stirring in between until it’s heated through.
  • Stovetop: Transfer the potato puree to a saucepan heat it over low to medium heat, stirring frequently, until it’s warmed evenly for up 5 minutes.

FAQ’S

Can I make potato puree with skins on?

While traditional potato puree is made with peeled potatoes, you can leave the skins on for a rustic variation, just make sure they are clean and cooked thoroughly.

Can I make potato puree in advance?

Yes, you can prepare potato puree ahead of time and store it in the refrigerator for a few days or freeze it for longer storage.

What potatoes are best for making potato puree?

Russet potatoes are ideal for potato puree due to their high starch content, resulting in a creamy texture.

Can I add flavors to my potato puree?

Yes, you can add various flavors like garlic, herbs, or cheese to enhance the taste of your potato puree.

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Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree Nutrition Facts

Amount Per Serving

  • Calories 98
  • Calories from Fat 10.2
  • Total Fat 1.1g
  • Saturated fat 0.5g
  • Cholesterol 3mg
  • Sodium 195.3mg
  • Potassium 404mg
  • Carbohydrates 19.3g
  • Net carbs 17.4g
  • Fiber 1.8g
  • Sugar 2.4g
  • Protein 3.2g

Gordon Ramsay Potato Puree

Difficulty:BeginnerPrep time: 10 minutesCook time: 20 minutesRest time: 40 minutesTotal time: 30 minutesServings:6 servingsCalories:98 kcal Best Season:Available

Description

Gordon Ramsay’s Potato Puree, made of Yukon Gold potatoes, butter, milk, and cream, serves six. It takes about 30 minutes to prepare and cook a creamy, flavorful side dish.

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Bring some salty water to a boil in a pan. Put the lid on and cook for 15 minutes with the potatoes added.
  2. In the meantime, heat the butter, milk, and cream in a small pot over low heat. This will help the regular, mustard, or truffle mash cook. To make the mustard mash, mix the mustards with the warm cream. Instead, add the truffle paste and truffle oil to the pan for the truffle mash.
  3. Put the butter in a small pot and heat it up. Then add the garlic and woody herbs. Cook for two to three minutes. Bring to a slow boil after adding the milk and cream. After you add the soft herbs, cook for another two to three minutes.
  4. Use a strainer to drain the potatoes after they are done cooking. Quickly run them through a potato ricer and add them back to the pot.
  5. Add the flavored cream and mix it well. Add salt and pepper to taste, stir once more, and serve.

Notes

  • Choose the Right Potatoes: Using Yukon Gold or Désirée potatoes is key for their creamy texture and buttery flavor.
  • Uniform Cubes: Cut potatoes into equal-sized cubes for even cooking.
  • Cook Potatoes Properly: Boil until they’re very tender. Overcooking a bit is better than undercooking for a smooth puree.
  • Warm the Milk Mixture: Heating the butter, milk, and cream prevents the puree from cooling down when mixed.
  • Flavor Variations: For mustard or truffle mash, ensure to blend the added ingredients well with the warm cream for an even flavor distribution.
  • Use a Potato Ricer: This ensures a smoother, finer texture compared to mashing.
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