bangers and mash

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bangers and mash

- Sausage and mashed potatoes.
See also related terms for mash.
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SAUSAGE AND MASH PANCAKE MAKE your pancake batter as above and fill them with a real home comfort favourite of bangers and mash home comfort favourite of INGRED 200g mashed potato 6sausages 1 tbsp gravy granules NGREDIENTS 200g mashed potato 6sausages 1 tbsp gravy granules Caccording to instruction and prepare the mashed potato (if making it from scratch, allow it to cool before adding to the batter).
It's even less certain that he will start selling home favourites sausage and mash (33/1) and black pudding (100/1).
Councillors have agreed to give up one course - hot soup and rolls - but will still be served up lasagne or sausage and mash, and sticky toffee pudding, at taxpayers' expense.
WIGAN may be famous for its pies, but Katie from the Ting Tings just can't get enough of sausage and mash it seems.
Sausage and mash have been given a Trinny and Susannah style make-over, courtesy of trendy new restaurant, Mash House.
So not only is sausage and mash one of my favourite meals, it's also particularly good for me at the moment.
A recent survey suggested sausage and mash could be the only classical British dish still around in 30 years times and if we can transfer it into the hand-held fast food arena that will be a certainty," said Snowbird Sales Director, Roy Anderson.
Sausage and mash must fall into the category of comfort food - that's brilliant for beating the blues or banishing chills on winter evenings.
Snowbird has expanded its Gourmet Selection of fully cooked and frozen microwaveable sausages with the launch of a new Pork and Stout recipe, which is an ideal meal centre for sausage and mash and other ready meals.
The Bear Hotel in Crickhowell, Powys, is one of six venues throughout Britain hoping to win the honour of the best sausage and mash pub.
Sausage and mash must fall into the category of comfort food - brilliant for beating the blues or banishing chills on winter evenings.