Sunday, 22 May 2016

Using Leftover Mashed Potato – an eternal quest

Carole's Chatter: Using Leftover Mashed Potato – an eternal quest


As usual I had to come up with something to use up last night's mashed potato.  I had a courgette (zucchini) and a capsicum (bell pepper), so I halved the capsicum and the courgette and hollowed the seeds out a bit.  I also removed the white bits and seeds from the capsicum.

I cooked the courgette and capsicum in a moderate oven for about 15 minutes.

I then spooned in the mashed potato and then grated a bit of good parmesan cheese over them.

I finished these off in the oven – they weren't quite as golden brown as they could have been but my patience ran out.  And they tasted just fine as they were.

9 comments:

  1. Although I rarely have mashed potatoes left over, this looks like a tasty way to use them. ;-)

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  2. I like this idea. I have leftover potatoes some times but I use the, to fry up with breakfast. I like this idea. The cheese is a nice touch too.

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  3. Great idea for using up the potatoes. I'll have to remember that.

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  4. Yum! We don't have mashed potatoes much anymore (sad face) but this sounds like a great variation on the double-stuffed baked potato!

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  5. I almost want to make extra mashed potatoes just to try this. Mixed with lots of butter, topped with cheese, yes!

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  6. Such a clever way to use up leftover potatoes and vegetables .

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  7. That sounds really good!

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  8. What a great idea.

    I would have never thought to use mashed potatoes in these two veggies.

    THANKS.

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    You can trash this comment if you like. :)

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