Making The World’s Most DECADENT Mashed Potatoes! Chef Joel Robuchon’s Recipe Is My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge!

I hope you love mashed potatoes as much as me!

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The World’s Most Decadent Mashed Potatoes!

The late Chef Joe Robuchon was known to make the world’s most decadent mashed potatoes, and here’s why!

Jöel Robuchon’s purée de pomme is known as the most famous mashed potatoes recipe in the world, according to Food 52. Despite his passing in 2018, Robuchon’s legacy lives on through the famous dish, purée de pomme.

The great Chef and Cookbook Author Patricia Wells presented Chef Robuchon’s cuisine in this terrific collection of recipes – including his legendary mashed potatoes!

Chef Robuchon once said this:

“The mashed potatoes, it’s true, made my reputation. I owe everything to these mashed potatoes.”

So, how much butter does it take to turn regular spuds into a creamy delicacy? We are about to find out!

Making Joel Robuchon’s Decadent Mashed Potatoes – With Patricia Wells!

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3 Responses to Making The World’s Most DECADENT Mashed Potatoes! Chef Joel Robuchon’s Recipe Is My “52 In 22” Cooking Challenge!

  1. Urspo says:

    I wonder with all these add-ins does one still taste the pototos?

  2. I’m sorry, but that’s far too much butter to put into two pounds of potatoes! I think it would make them too greasy, not to mention very unhealthy.

  3. Jay says:

    These really are to die for, just not sure I need to know what goes into that decadence!

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