Multicooker Mashed Potatoes

Multi Cooker Baked Potato

Just like steaming doesn’t allow for excess starch to escape from the potatoes during cooking, multicookers react similarly.  Multicookers are essentially pressure cookers, with a few other features.  They trap moisture and steam inside a cavity, resulting in rapidly cooked food.  There is usually a maximum amount of liquid you can put inside the cavity to allow the machine to build up pressure.  So, while mashed potatoes can be cooked more rapidly in a multicooker they can be a little more “gluey” than the ultimate mashed potato recipe we have listed above.

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