Ways To Use Mayo Mashed Potato
Our Smoked Chilli Mayo works wonders on all the normal things you’d expect a delicious free-range British mayo blended with Mexican smoked chillies to work. But pimping your mashed potatoes with it is something that may not have occurred to you, yet it’s one of our favourite ways to use it in the Gran Luchito kitchen. Here we give you 5 awesome reasons to make it. But first, how to make it…
Smoked Chilli Mayo Mashed Potato Recipe
- 1kg Potatoes (something good for mashing like Maris Piper or desiree)
- 75g Butter
- 1tbsp Gran Luchito Smoked Chilli Mayo
- Splash full-fat milk
- Salt & pepper
- Peel your potatoes and cut them into equally sized chunks.
- Fill a large saucepan with cold water and add a generous pinch of salt.
- Add the potato chunks and turn on the heat.
- Bring to the boil and continue to cook until a knife slides in easily.
- Drain away the water and leave in the saucepan.
- Add the other ingredients and mash well until no lumps remain.
- Taste for seasoning and adjust to taste.
Here we’ve used our smoked chilli paste to make a delicious smoky Mexican fish pie with haddock, cod, salmon and prawns. To make it extra special, try popping a little of our smoked chilli mayo into the mashed potato topping!
A Mexican shepherd is a pastor, so this is pastor’s pie really and it worked really well…we highly recommend you try this one on a cold rainy night. Real comfort food with a gentle warming smoked chilli kick.
You can make an incredibly tasty gnocchi using our mashed potato recipe above. These beautiful little bundles of joy are simple to make and make a great alternative to pasta.
There’s not much you can do to improve on good bangers and mash. But if you want to try something a little different, try it with a little spiced up mashed potato. The most important thing with this dish is to lay your hands on some really good quality sausages. We topped ours with delicious homemade onion gravy.
Croquettes make a tasty little snack or perfect party food. Our Smoked Chilli Mayo works wonders in mashed potatoes, so making croquettes with it was always going to be a winner. We threw in some chorizo crumbs to add some texture and extra flavour.