Apple Mash (Irish) Recipe
1 lb cooking apples
2 lb potatoes
1 tbsp sugar
2 oz butter
Peel potatoes. Cook in salted, boiling water. Meanwhile peel, core,
and slice apples. Place in a pot with a tablespoon of water, and the
sugar. Cook until soft. When the potatoes are cooked, drain and mash
Beat in the apples and butter. This mash goes particularly well with
bacon, or fried herring.
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