The melted Brie makes these potato fritters transcendent.
Great for using up leftover mashed potato. Serve hot.
Champ is a traditional Irish mashed potato side dish. It is served piping hot in mounds on plates.
Traditionally eaten in Ireland at Hallowe’en. People used to hide a prize in the Colcannon: a gold ring meant marriage within the year, a sixpence meant wealth, a thimble for the women meant they wouldn’t be married and a button meant the same for the men.
The creamed horseradish gives mash some zest.
Really tasty mash, worth the little bit extra effort.
This is an all in one dish. You can serve it in a bowl.
Hands down the best-ever make-ahead recipe for mashed potatoes. Do not be afraid to serve these at Thanksgiving or Christmas, they are even better than regular mashed potatoes, and it’s one less vegetable side to have to worry about at the last minute.
Definitely a winter comfort food recipe. This is a good potato side dish for blue cheese lovers.
You can make this up to a day ahead, and re-heat in oven. If you’re reheating, scatter a bit more grated cheese on top.
A very tasty and satisfying way to use up leftover mash, and other leftover ingredients. In fact, you’ll be consciously trying to make sure you have leftovers for this recipe.
Dead easy, inexpensive, satisfying crunchy little fritters to serve for a weeknight meal.