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Maple Mashed Rutabagas
Status: Approved
NameMaple Mashed Rutabagas
CategoryVegetable
Serves/Yieldsvaries
SourceSubmitted By: Candace
DifficultyEasy
Prep. Timeabout 1 and 1/2 hours inc. cooking
Ingredients
rutabagas: peeled and cubed
salted water
splenda
butter
salt
ground black pepper
ground nutmeg
maple exract
Directions
Step: 1place the rutabagas in a large pot and cover them with lightly salted water. Put the pot, covered, in the fridge overnight. The next day, drain the water and replace it with fresh water-enough to cover. Add enough splenda to make the water slightly sweet. Bring to a boil and then simmer, uncovered, for one hour. Drain very, very well-it's important that you don't skip this step or you'll have watery rutabagas. Put the drained rutabagas back into the pot and set on low heat. Add: butter, salt, ground black pepper, ground nutmeg and maple extract and mash very well with a potato masher or you can whip with a hand held mixer. I can't give you measurements here because I don't have any. I make this recipe entirely by taste. Just play around with it until you find the taste that's right for you. Enjoy!

Time submitted: Sunday, August 08. 2004 at 20:59:05
Contributed By: Candace
 
 

 
 
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