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Discussion in 'Cookery' started by lilachardy, Apr 22, 2016.
mashed swede with salmon?
Can't see why not,assuming that you like swede.
I like both things, but it didn't make a good meal!
Like them both................on separate plates and in separate meals.
Don't see why not either. We have salmon most weeks and have it with green beans or asparagus, and some sort of mash - either sweet potato or carrot.
I don't see the flavours working myself. The flavours would clash, for me. I would pair salmon with boiled new potatoes usually. If mashed anything, then normal mashed potatoes. Although they would work with sweet potato mash as well.
I think the colours would look a little weird, though I love both of them separately.
If you can get hold of sorrel, a simple sorrel sauce and new potatoes is a good combination.
It's the sort of thing someone on Masterchef would come up with and then regret when John and Gregg start to pull faces, but there's no going back.
No. Weird combo, unless you're pregnant, I suppose.
Maybe a really light, fluffy, cream and butter-laden swede and potato mash....?
Mmmm. Now I'm beginning to feel converted.