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Bangers And Mash In Guinness Beer

CookingMyWay's picture
My version of Bangers & Mash
Ingredients
  Potato 5 , cut into quarters
  Onion 4 , coarsely chopped
  Salt 1 Tablespoon (Boiled in salt water)
  Grapeseed oil 1 Tablespoon
  Butter 3 Tablespoon
  Bangers 2
  Guinness stout beer 660 Milliliter
  Cream 2 Tablespoon
  Pepper To Taste
Directions

MAKING
1. In a deep pan, pour 5 cups water and add in salt. Add in potatoes, cook until potatoes turn tender.
2. In another deep pan pour Guinness stout beer, add bangers, bring to a boil.
3. In a skillet, heat grapeseed oil, add butter(1 Tablespoon), allow to melt, add onion, cook until they turn brown, stirring occasionally.
4. Transfer the bangers to the skillet with onions, brown the bangers, flip when done from one side.
5. In a pan, heat some cream and butter(2 Tablespoons), add potatoes and pepper, using a masher, mash the potatoes.

SERVING
6. In an individual serving plate, place 3 to 4 tablespoons of mashed potatoes, place bangers with brown onions onto the mash and serve.

Recipe Summary

Difficulty Level: 
Easy
Cuisine: 
American
Course: 
Main Dish
Feel: 
Meaty
Method: 
Saute
Ingredient: 
Pork
Interest: 
Party
Restriction: 
High Fiber, High Protein
Preparation Time: 
5 Minutes
Cook Time: 
25 Minutes
Ready In: 
0 Minutes
Servings: 
1
Story
The butcher had just finished making the bangers so I thought I'd give them a go...
Bangers and Mash in a dish mostly found in pubs in European countries and has a reputation of traditional British dish meant for the working class. Chef is going to show us the recipe that easy to cook even at home and in large quantities for feeding even a crowd of guests. The dish is totally satisfying and something to put your hands on after a long day at work. Experiment with exotic sausages if you like to.

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1 Comment

Anonymous's picture
Easy to make, far from authentic however. using an irish beer in a blend of food that is traditional to the british was and is a bit confusing, but as he said, it's cooking MY way and I agree, afterall, beer does bring out the flavor.