Anna’s famous squash potatoes

Recipe Rating:
 1 Rating
Serves: 6 easy
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Cooking Method: Stove Top


4 large potatoes
1 medium yellow neck squash
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
3 teaspoons sea salt
2 teaspoons fresh ground pepper
1 teaspoon freshly ground nutmeg “optional”
½ teaspoon milk
wash, peel and cut up the potatoes trying to make them all the same size.
2 ounces of sharp cheddar cheese

The Cook

Irisa Raina Recipe 9
Cooked to Perfection
New Iberia, LA (pop. 30,617)
Member Since Mar 2012
Irisa's notes for this recipe:
I am posting this in loving memory of my mother in law, she was an amazing Polish cook, as most women were from her generation! She could take nothing and make a full meal in practically no time at all.
This was how my mother in law would make her famous potatoes, yes they were famous because our son would devour these while claiming he thought yellow squash tasted yucky.Anna you are so missed!!!!!
I have made these with Yukon gold potatoes and that just adds another level of flavor.
And when you add the squash you’ll notice the kitchen smells like you’re cooking C.O.T.
Make it Your Way...

Personalize This


Soak the potatoes in water till you are ready to boil them, this will pull out some of the starch.
Wash the squash and take a potato peeler and just go over the squash lightly “kinda like roughing the skin”
Cut it into the same size pieces as the potatoes.
Start to boil the potatoes, when they are almost done throw in the squash. Cook for about 2 minutes longer.
Drain the potatoes and squash and put them back into the hot pot. Put the pot back on the stove and put it on a low heat to remove any remaining liquid.
Start to whip the potatoes, I use a hand mixer and once they are mostly mashed, add the butter, salt, pepper, cheese & nutmeg.
Continue to whip the potatoes and add the milk. You really won’t need much milk as the squash just melts into the potatoes.
Once these are done, simply enjoy. I am making these with my indoor grilled pork chops with a brown sugar and apple cider vinegar glaze…yum oh!


Showing OLDEST First
(Switch to Newest First)
user Bea L. BeachChic - Aug 17, 2012
Bea L. [coffeetime] has shared this recipe with discussion groups:
In the Garden----Out of the Garden
What's Cookin' Today?
user Bob Wakeman Bigcatfish - Aug 19, 2012
Thes will be grate wile camping. Added to my camping folder.
user Irisa Raina 9 Irisa - Aug 19, 2012
Thanks Bob, I have even made these as a periogi filling. Hope you enjoy them...I know my son did....ha ha ha.
Hope you have an amazing Sunday!

Gift Membership