07-05-2013, 07:53 PM
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Join Date: 02-24-13
Location: Westfield, MA
Originally Posted by J-Rod
Honestly I kinda wung it with the onion gravy, but here's a similar one I actually had written down that I use for another dish. The mustard mash recipe is there too.
1 large yellow onion, halved and sliced(you can use less of the onion if desired)
1/2 cup chicken stock
few dashes worcestershire sauce
2 TBS flour
salt and pepper to taste
In a pan, add drippings and onions and cook until soft and carmelized. Add the stock and deglaze the pan scraping up any browned bits. Remove the onions to a bowl, keep warm. Add the worcestershire sauce to the pan and slowly add flour a little at a time, whisking to get a nice smooth sauce. Check seasoning and adjust if necessary. Add onions into sauce and stir.
4-5 good size potatoes, peeled and cut into pieces
3 TBS spicy brown mustard
4 TBS butter
1/4 cup buttermilk or cream
In a stockpot, bring about 6 quarts water(enough to cover potatoes)to a boil. Add potatoes and cook until tender. Once cooked, drain and mash using a potato ricer. To the mashed potatoes add butter, mustard, buttermilk or cream(as needed to make smooth)a pinch salt and mix well.
The mustard mash is Gordon Ramsay's recipe and it's great. He uses it with his bangers and mash dish.
Like I said I just kinda wung it with the gravy and adjusted things as needed, so feel free to play with quantities of the ingredients or add or omit things. That's the fun of cooking!
Looks awesome really appreciate you taking the time to post this, thank you