Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes

Hungry Jack Mashed Potatoes

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Makes 36 servings! Made with 100% real potatoes! Naturally flavored. Gluten free. American Culinary ChefsBest: 2015 ChefsBest Award, Excellence Award. Judged superior to Idahoan (Based on ChefsBest product testing. The ChefsBest Excellence Award is awarded to brands that surpass quality
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Idaho Potato Flakes (Sodium Acid Pyrophosphate, Sodium Bisulfite, BHA and Citric Acid added to protect color and flavor), contains 2% or less of: Vegetable Monoglyceride, Hydrogenated Cottonseed Oil and Natural Flavor.


Decide how much you want. Each serving equals about 1/2 cup: Number of servings - 2. Water (cups) - 2/3. Margarine (Tbsp.) (or butter or olive oil) - 1. Salt (tsp) (optional) - 1/4. Milk (cups) - 1/3. Potato flakes (cups) - 2/3. Number of servings - 4. Water (cups) - 1 1/4. Margarine (Tbsp.) (or butter or olive oil) - 2. Salt (tsp) (optional) - 1/2. Milk (cups) - 2/3. Potato flakes (cups) - 1 1/3. Number of servings - 6. Water (cups) - 1 3/4. Margarine (Tbsp.) (or butter or olive oil) - 3. Salt (tsp) (optional) - 3/4. Milk (cups) - 1. Potato flakes (cups) - 2. Number of servings - 12. Water (cups) - 3 1/2. Margarine (Tbsp.) (or butter or olive oil) - 6 (cup). Salt (tsp) (optional) - 1 1/4. Milk (cups) - 2. Potato flakes (cups) - 4. About 36 (entire box) - 11 1/2 (cups). Margarine (Tbsp.) (or butter or olive oil) - 1 (cup). Salt (tsp.) 5 2/3. Potato Flakes - Entire box. Stove-top directions: Heat up water, margarine and salt to boiling in saucepan. Remove from heat. Stir in milk and potato flakes with fork until potatoes are desired consistency. Note: Prepare entire box recipe in a 8-quart stock pot and stir with a whisk. (Remember to refrigerate any leftovers). Microwave directions: Combine water, margarine, salt, milk and potato flakes in a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave covered on high using the chart below. Remove and stir with fork until potatoes are desired consistency. # Of servings - 2. Microwave times - 2 to 2 1/2 (mins). # Of servings - 4. Microwave times - 3 to 3 1/2 (mins). # Of servings - 6. Microwave times - 4 1/2 to 5 (mins). Note: Microwaving is not recommended for amounts over 6 servings. (Remember to refrigerate any leftovers). Make it your own! Extra creamy potatoes: Stir in additional milk, one tablespoon at a time, until desired consistency. Extra firm potatoes: Stir in a few more potato flakes. Extra rich potatoes: Substitute evaporated milk for milk. Prepare as directed, adding additional evaporated milk, if necessary, to reach desired consistency. Extra flavorful potatoes: Substitute chicken broth for water and omit salt. Garlic mashed potatoes: Substitute garlic salt for salt. Or, add a spoonful of garlic from a jar of diced garlic. Or, add one clove diced fresh garlic. Reduced-fat directions: Use skim milk and reduce margarine amounts by half. The potatoes made with the reduced-fat directions contain 50% less fat than the regular directions. Reduced-fat directions: 3g fat per serving. Regular directions: 6g fat per serving. Store in a cool, dry place.

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