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Bubble and squeak – almost

December 14, 2011

Bubble and squeak is an English dish made from the fried up vegetables left over from a roast dinner – it usually involves cabbage – and mashed potato  which holds it all together. It used to be served on a Monday (using up the Sunday roast vegetables) with a fried egg. We’re not really a Sunday roast nation very much any more, but this doesn’t mean bubble and squeak is dying out – you can buy it ready made in some supermarkets – good grief!

For my meal I fried mashed potato and cabbage, peas, and mushrooms in the same pan without mixing them up too much (this is why it’s almost bubble and squeak – the real thing is mixed up), and served it with a garnish of tomatoes – for a splash of red – a generous sprinkling of black pepper and a drizzle of tamari (naturally brewed, wheat free soy sauce).  In focus photo, nice plate.

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