1 tin of corned beef Potatoes 1 can Sainsbury's Five Beans
Method: Boil up spuds and mash them with a knob of butter and a splash of milk. Open a tin of corned beef, taking care not to slice a finger off on the resulting razor sharp edge, no one likes blood in their corned beef. Slice the corned beef into, erm, slices. Open a can of Sainsbury's Five Beans (Heinz will do but they cost stupid money). Microwave the beans in a non-metallic bowl (so not the can) for about 2 1/2 minutes.
NB: Image is not mine and is NOT a Corned Beef and Mash Speciale as it uses that thin sliced sandwich corned beef and bog standard baked beans. Probably from Aldi.
If I say so myself, I make a great corned beef pie. I usually put a couple of spoonsful of mashed potato into the filling to give it body but I bet pease pudding would work just as well. Greek equivalent of pease pudding is Fava and is just as delicious.
Do you get Saveloy Dips where you are, Mr. Moody? A saveloy sausage, split and put in a soft bap, one side of the bun spread with sage and onion stuffing, the other side spread with pease pudding and quickly dipped in gravy. We have had them in Newcastle, Sunderland and a butcher in Middlesborough market. www.midickson.com/products/
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