Recipes With Mashed Potato
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Pork with rhubarb, chilli and cider (varkens vlees met rabarber en chilli) | Popular and versatile, pork is a favourite amongst the Dutch. This traditional recipe uses rhubarb, apple cider and chilli to offset the richness of the pork. Use neck or shoulder as both cuts benefit from long, slow cooking. Serve with your choice of potatoes either boiled, mashed or rösti.
Best beef stroganoff | Beef stroganoff to a Russian is like a carbonara to an Italian. Something we just whip up without a recipe in little time using very few ingredients. The outcome is always the same – immediate bliss followed by a food coma. And if you follow a few simple rules, you will make the best stroganoff around. First off, beef quality is paramount; avoid stewing beef and buy the best steak you can afford (you only need 500 grams). If steak is too expensive, buy more affordable pork
Aligot | Chef Nicolas Poelaert works at Melbourne’s Embrasse and is from a small village in Northern France. He tells us about one of his favourite recipes. Aligot is a dish traditionally cooked in Aubrac, in the south of France. It is composed of melted cheese blended into mashed potatoes, often with garlic.
Chicken schnitzel | This recipe creates tender chicken with a lovely golden coating and it is delicious with mashed, boiled or fried potatoes. We make it at home at least every couple of weeks and love the simple recipe. Love this dish? You might also enjoy our veal schnitzel recipe, which is served with delicious minted peas and steamed baby potatoes.
Cabbage rolls (sarma) | A delicious recipe that is bursting with flavour. It is best served in the traditional Croatian way with lashings of creamy mashed potato. You can prepare the meat stock in advance (dried pork ribs are available from European delis). Note that whole pickled cabbage leaves come in jars from European delis and some butchers. You can also pre-prepare the stock for this recipe.
Braised beef casserole | This is a traditional recipe for rich, English stew/casserole. The ingredients can be varied according to what's at hand. It's best using the cheapest cuts of beef, cooked slowly, and the amount of vegetables can be increased to 'pad it out' to feed more people. It can also be topped with sliced or mashed potato to make a pie for the ultimate winter comfort food.
Food Safari's shepherd’s pie | This dish is a wonderful way of using up leftover meat. Alice’s recipe has a few additions to add extra flavour, like a dash of soy sauce for saltiness, cider for a little sweetness and lemon zest for a slight tang. As well as leftover meat, Alice says you can add other leftovers from the fridge such as peas, gravy and leeks. Topped with creamy mashed potato that forms a crispy crust when baked, this dish is delicious at any time of the day.