Bangers and Mash


By Esther Boateng

For a unique twist on this all-time British favorite, bangers and mash, why not try using cauliflower instead of potatoes? To add extra nutrition, throw in an egg yolk for a lusciously creamy consistency, plenty of herbs, plus a touch of ghee for a truly creamy finish. 
Cauliflower is slightly quicker to prepare than regular potatoes, there’s no need to meticulously peel it, and it tastes surprisingly like regular mash. A selection of herbs and powders like parsnip and threefold savory powder take this mash to another level.

Serves 2



  • Customer Support

    Hello Gerri,

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  • gerri

    what sausage do you recommend?

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