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Mashed Parsnips and Potatoes

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The sweetness of the parsnips is balanced by adding potatoes. If your parsnips are very large, cut out the woody core before cooking them.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, December 2000
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  • RAS
    9 DEC, 2013
    I cooked the potatoes a little longer than called for, and they were still undercooked. I recommend lengthening the cook time in order to ensure that it is possible to mash the ingredients sufficiently.
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  • slyfox116
    22 SEP, 2010
    Step 2 and 3 are exactly the same. Does this mean we are to do step 2 twice? Is there a step missing or are there only 2 steps? I personally don't understand why we would do it twice.
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