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Making Mashed Potatoes with No Ricer or Food Mill

lucienne78 | Dec 22, 200805:15 PM     24

I am going to be making a Goat Cheese Mashed Potato Gratin for a side on Christmas but the recipe is saying that I need a ricer or a food mill and I don't have either. And I know that I just can't smash them with my potato masher since it has to be a creamy consistency verse a thicker and chunkier consistency. How would you go about this? I have a Kitchenaid but only have the whisk, hook, and paddle attachments. would any of those work?? Thanks in advance:)

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