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to think frozen mashed potatoes are perfectly reasonable?

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MrsKeithRichards Wed 13-Feb-13 18:33:47

Busy day, casserole slow cooking all day so we could just come home and eat. I bought some frozen mash the other week for the first time so thought that would compliment the casserole for a quick and easy dinner.

Dh came home and you'd have thought I'd suggested eating mashed worms, the face he pulled. He declined, on the grounds it would be rank and made himself some chips to go with his casserole instead.

Ds's and I ate the mash, it was lovely and creamy, and not the food of the devil as he'd implied. He wouldn't even try it!

My frozen veg has only included peas and corn on the cob until now. But for 80p a bag (of which we only needed half of) and 5 minutes in the microwave I declare frozen mash is the future.

Aibu?

MrsKeithRichards Sun 17-Feb-13 11:03:59

It's the Phillips air fryer. Basically works like a deep fat frustratingly the yuk fat. Does mean chips, roast potatoes, bacon, steak, roast veg and tons of stuff, it's really great. Doesn't use any oil.

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