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Saffron Mash - Naturally Gluten Free

Parve and could be either Vegan or Meat


For 6 people

½ tsp of saffron strands
6 medium - large floury potatoes (depending size portion you like)
75ml (3 fl oz) chicken or vegetable stock
50ml (2fl oz) boiling water


Place the saffron strands in a glass with the boiling water and leave to infuse whilst you boil or bake your potatoes. (If you bake the potatoes peel off the skin when cooked). Mash the cooked potatoes with liquid from saffron infusion, all or as much of the stock as you need to make a nice smooth mash and a touch of olive oil.

Makes a lovely topping for a meat pie (chicken stock) or fish pie (vegetable stock)