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Any ideas how i can do syn free mash?

#3
I use plenty of salt & pepper and one or two heaped tablespoons of fat free fromage frais or fat free yoghurt to cream it up.

Or sometimes I add wholegrain mustard, lemon juice or spices/herbs, even caramelised onion or something to flavour it if I don't need gravy-style mash. You can make really interesting mash like this :)
 
#6
yea i've been looking for mash ideas too. I'd say fat free yoghurt would work to make it creamy
 

Kankles

Silver Member
#7
I know it's not syn free but I add a bit of extra light Mayo in mine but I also use a potato ricer. Cost £10 in john lewis and it's fab!
 
#8
Last night I made a new mash recipe. Put the potatoes on, while they were cooking put 2-3 cloves garlic, about 10 basil leaves, 2 heaped tbsp 0% Total greek yoghurt, splash of water and plenty of salt & pepper in my whizzer. Also chopped about 5 more basil leaves and put to one side.

Then when the potatoes were done I mashed them with this liquid mix and a few squirts Fry Light Buttery, then when done stirred in the rest of the chopped basil with a fork.

Was yum! Although came out a bit of a luminous green colour with all the basil :D Next time I'd just use just 1-2 cloves garlic, a bit less basil and probably chuck in a tablespoon or so of lemon juice.
 

graciebabes

will hit target this time
#9
wow thanks for all the ideas guys, plenty to go at there for my mash experiments :D defs gonna try the potato ricer idea, i have one i don't know why i never use it haha :) thanks again!! xx
 
#10
Here's my fluorescent green garlic & basil mash!:D

 

graciebabes

will hit target this time
#11
oooooh, that looks.....interesting haha :D only joking, sure it was yummy! that's be nice with some chicken or something with a green sauce maybe like a pesto sauce or something? hmmmm yummy xx
 

Shrimpy

Gold Member
#14
Yep, cottage cheese here or a chicken oxo. :)

Or if feeling REALLY decadent, both. LOL
 

Jhsax

Starting over
#17
I agree with the yoghurt and buttery frylight, it really does taste very buttery
 


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