I have been busy in the kitchen and have a lot of recreated WWII recipes from the homefront to share with you over the next week or two- afterall I do have to photograph and post another 70 authentic recipes to keep to my end of the bargain before my years experiment ends…!
This particular recipe was shared with me many years ago when I lived in rural Norfolk in the UK… it is really very tasty indeed
Carrot and Potato Mash
- 2 medium/large potatoes per person
- 1 medium/large carrot per person
- 1/2 oz butter per person
- salt and pepper to taste
Fill a large saucepan with salted water and heat
Chop potatoes into small pieces ( 1/2 inch chunks) and place in saucepan of hot water
Grate carrots and add to saucepan too
Bring to boil and then simmer for about 15 mins or so until potatoes are tender
Add butter to saucepan and mash thoroughly
Add salt and pepper and stir thoroughly until satisfactory taste has been achieved.
Serve with a little knob of butter on top
PS: Click here and check out someone who has started a 1940s ration diet on UK TV – note the link to my wartime recipe page- yay!