Simple D.I.Y

August 21, 2009

Whipped potatoes/Sandwich spread

Filed under: Cooking, Snack/Light meal, Vegan Cooking, Vegetarian Cooking — enigmaticfille @ 12:05 pm

This is a recipe for a variation on mashed potatoes. Instead of mashing the potatoes, i whip them. I made this up the other day when i had a few friends drop by suddenly and i had nothing in my house to serve them.
I used what i had and came up with this. It tastes nice alone and is very tasty when i spread it on sandwiches…..
And sorry about the bad picture quality, i have a horrible camera and am too broke to buy another one 🙂
My lil mean
Ingredients
1. 6 potatoes (any kind)
2. 2 onions chopped finely
3. 2 cloves of garlic
4. a little parsley chopped
5. one glass of milk/Non flavoured soy milk
6. oil to fry
7. salt to taste
8. Mustard sauce to taste
9. thai chilli sauce to taste
10. mixed herbs
Procedure:
Cook the potatoes. Instead of boiling the potatoes put them in a pressure cooker and fill it with water so that the potatoes are half submerged in water. After it is done boiling remove the potatoes and submerge them in cold water so that they can be peeled.
Fry the onions, garlic and parsley till the onions turn golden brown. Add the mixed herbs. Add the potatoes and mix for one minute and remove from heat.
add the milk. Whip the potatoes after it has cooled down a little bit. Add the sauce, mustard and salt. Mix it up and eat alone or serve with Bread as a spread.

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