Bubble and Squeak

Posted By Stephen


After last night’s roast pork, we found ourselves with various left overs, including roast potatoes, cabbage, runner beans and some of the pork itself. Kerri was rather excited at the prospect of making bubble and squeak which is a favourite of hers, so we kept all the leftovers and set about making it this evening. We steamed an extra potato and some more cabbage because it didn’t look like we had quite enough.

Kerri started by chopping up the leftover roast potatoes into little bits, then adding the new steamed potato, giving them a bit of a rough mash with a fork and then added the chopped up cabbage and beans. This all went into a frying pan and was fried, turning now and then, until it was nicely browned and a little crispy. It didn’t turn out quite as crispy as Kerri wanted, probably because we had added the steamed potato, but it definitely tasted good.

Kerri ate hers with cold roast pork and I ate mine with some reheated roast pork and some left over gravy, which I was assured by Kerri was not done when eating bubble and squeak, but I enjoyed it.

Sep 28th, 2009

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  1. Jules said,

    mmmmm bubble and squeak, havent had it in years. Your pic has given me a serious craving for it.

  2. Lizzie said,

    Bubble and squeak is my favourite thing about Christmas when there’s lots of cold meats hanging around – mashed roasted potatoes with veg, fried in goose fat, with cold sliced meats and pickles. Heaven.

  3. Sylvie said,

    I’m with Kerry on the not having gravy with it, but either way it looks delicious. Cabbage and potatoes are such a perfect combination.
    .-= Sylvie´s last blog ..An Old Favourite and an Artist Book Fair =-.

  4. Kerri said,

    Thanks, Jules.

    We usually have this at Christmas too, Lizzie, it’s one of my favourites too.

    Thanks, Sylvie.

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