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Creamy Mash with Bacon

Creamy Mash with Bacon

This creamy mash is a treat for the day and an excellent dish to put off those munching habits – easy to make and pocket friendly – this is a win-win!

About the recipe:

Creamy Mash has always been an all-time favorite for all of us, isn't it? Oh yes, it is! But this recipe is the best low-carb recipe so far. Cooked with bacon, brace yourself for the easiest and most appetizing, and the freshest fish for the day. Have a look, try it yourself, and we promise this will be your go-to every time. Oh, and the best part is, this is the lowest complexity dish with minimal ingredients.

It's time you put on the chef hat and tie the apron tight; this will be an experience!

 

Here’s what you need:

  • Natural Heaven Creamy Mash 
  • Chives
  • 2 Tbsp. Butter
  • 1/4 Cup Bacon Bits
  • 1/2 cup Cheddar Cheese
  • Salt and pepper; to taste

 

Here’s how to go about it:

Step # 1: Start off by heating Natural Heaven Creamy Mash in a pot over medium heat for a few minutes.

Step # 2: Now mix in butter and cheddar cheese and combine until well melted and has a uniform consistency.

Step # 3: Oh yes, it's almost done, and we are there. Now remove the mashed from the pot and add salt, pepper, and chives to taste.

Step # 4: Top with bacon bits and mix well. It’s ready to be enjoyed.

 

Chef’s Tip of the Day:

Adding sides to your dish is always a great choice – it not only makes it more delicious but more filling too. Good options for sides are sautéed vegetables, herb and garlic mayo sauce, and butter on bread or spicy rice – if you would like it that way. Enjoy your meal!

The most important tip for creamy mash is to make sure your butter and cheddar cheese are melted and combined well – this is what brings the right consistency. Also, add a heaped tablespoon of cream cheese and your favorite herbs at the end for an enhanced flavor!

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