How to make it

  • Boil two cups of water and pour into a bowl containing the packet of dehydrated potatoes.
  • Stir as you pour, and follow by stirring in 1 cup whole milk until well-blended.
  • Refrigerate to cool down.
  • When lukewarm, add corn, dill and mayonnaise and mix in.
  • Cover, and chill to cool completely.
  • *The 4.8 oz packet says it makes 6 - 2/3 cup servings

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  • annalou 9 years ago
    Kewpie mayonnaise is a traditional Japanese version and it's a bit sweeter that the typical.
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    " It was excellent "
    waterlily ate it and said...
    Ahhhh...this takes me back! When we were kids, my brothers and I always mixed our corn into our mashed potatoes. My mom tried to dissuade us, by insinuating that this wasn't the sort of gustatory combination that "nice" people aspired to, but when she wasn't looking, we'd mix 'em together anyway. This is a grown-up variation on the same theme, and I bet it's great! Is the Kewpie mayonnaise significantly different than store-bought or homemade?
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