What to make with left over mash & beans?

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  1. Jelliejo

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    I've just made my boys their tea and there is some leftover mash potatoes and some baked beans. Only had a tin of soup today so I can have a green day with it, just can't think what to make!

    Any ideas/receipe's please :)

    Thank you
    Jo
     
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    Some kind of cottage pie with quorn mince? Beans go well in the 'meat' sauce bit (also go very well in spag bol).
     
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    How about a beany version of bubble and squeek? mash the beans roughly into the mash and then fry it in frylite.. throw in some cabbage and leek if you got some...
    I shall name it "Bubble and fart"... :)
     
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    :rotflmao: I love the name! Sounds yummy too!
     
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    I was going to suggest the same sort of thing as ColJack, but with a more ladylike name!
     
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    bagers and mash with maked beans :)
     
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    'windy pie' - frylight loads of onions - mix into the mash and beans - grate over some cheese as a hea and maybe a few syns - pop into oven for a little while and voila - a pie fit to clear any bedroom in the middle of the night.

    me thinks.:eek:
     
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    I make a cowboy pie - sausages (quorn) with onion, mushrooms and beans then top with the mash and pop in the oven - cheap and tasty! x
     
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    Thanks everybody. I kept it all in the fridge for tonight as theres only me eating at home! Think I may try the "windy pie".

    Jo
     
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    Exactly what I was going to suggest, it's so yummy especially on these cold days:D
     
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