Chantilly potatoes are the perfect side for any holiday table. They are light, fluffy and full of cheesy goodness. Everyone will love these creamy mashed potatoes.
Cheesy Chantilly Potatoes Potatoes Recipe
Chantilly potatoes turn your traditional mashed potatoes up a notch. They are a French potato dish that is elegant yet easy to make. In fact, you only need a handful of ingredients to make these potatoes. The secret to these potatoes is ricing them until they are light and fluffy.
Everyone will love these potatoes and ask you to make them again and again. They are creamy and full of savory flavor. They are the perfect side dish to add to your holiday meal.
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- EASY TO MAKE: This recipe is perfect for beginner chefs because it’s super simple to make.
- SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: You only need 5 ingredients total for this easy Chantilly potato recipe.
- HOLIDAY READY: These potatoes not only taste delicious, but they make a beautiful addition to any dinner table.
Mashed potatoes are a staple at most dinner tables, especially during the holidays. These Chantilly potatoes take a classic mashed potato and take it up a notch with a few extra ingredients.
How to Make Chantilly Potatoes
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- Steam the potatoes until tender.
- Press them through a ricer.
- Add the salt and pepper.
- Beat the heavy cream.
- Fold the whipped cream into the riced potatoes.
- Add the potato mixture into a baking dish.
- Mix together the cheese and remaining whipped cream.
- Place it over the potato mixture.
- Broil for 1-3 minutes.
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Chantilly potatoes are French style mashed potato that get its name from the cream used. Chantilly cream is used in traditional Chantilly potatoes. They are light, creamy and full of flavor.
The main difference between these potatoes and regular American mashed potatoes is you press your softened Chantilly potatoes through a ricer. The added whipped cream and cheese is also unique to Chantilly potatoes.
Yukon gold potatoes are the best potatoes for this recipe. They are a softer potato and give this dish a light, fluffy texture.
Yes! Bake a double batch of chantilly potatoes in a 9×13-inch baking dish.
Yes! You can make this dish ahead of time. Follow all of the directions up until broiling it. Broil these potatoes right before you are ready to serve them.
These potatoes make a great side dish. Some great main dishes that pair well with Chantilly potatoes are:
- Brown Sugar Pineapple Ham
- Crock Pot Turkey Breast
- Beef Tenderloin
- Garlic Butter Prime Rib
- Fried Turkey
- Smoked Turkey Breast
- Instant Pot Ham
The potatoes are traditionally made with Chantilly cream or creme de Chantilly. That is not a common cream in the United States, so heavy cream is used instead. It’s a great substitute and gives these potatoes a light texture.
- A potato ricer is a great tool and the perfect tool for this recipe – it makes the potatoes perfectly creamy and smooth. If you don’t have a ricer use a potato masher; the potatoes will still be delicious, just not as creamy.
- Use a hand held mixer or your stand mixer to whip the heavy cream. This will produce a fluffy cream that can then be added to the potatoes.
- Fresh Parmesan cheese is best. I suggest grabbing a block from the store and grating it before you add it to your Chantilly potatoes.
The heavy cream is whipped until peaks form and then folded into the riced potatoes. This helps keep the potatoes light. Part of the whipped cream is mixed together with the cheese to create a truly decadent topping to these potatoes.
More Potato Side Dishes to Try:
- Crockpot Cheesy Potatoes
- Hash Brown Potato Casserole
- Loaded Scalloped Potatoes
- Funeral Potatoes
- Herb Roasted Potatoes
- Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes
- Parmesan Potato Wedges
- Smash Potatoes
Create a mashed potato dish that will really wow your guests. Chantilly potatoes are a light, fluffy and creamy potato dish that is great for the holiday season and family gatherings.
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