“Mashed Potato with 2 toppings that never fails to impress”
Need a quick lunch on your weekend before a dinner date? I would like to share this simple, and yet fulfilling recipe with you. No hassle over weekend, simply have an easy-to-make and eat, sweet and salty 2-in-1 mashed potato to reward your taste bud. Just 25 min of preparation time, needed.
This special mashed potato is good as an appetizer before dinner, too.
I eat this mashed potato as my tea time after a light lunch during weekend, in fact. I like to have the banana slices in this dish most. Banana goes so well with mashed potatoes. Simply mouth watering… Smuack!!
A decent portion of mashed potato with banana and hotdog counts about 320 kcal. Well, this is almost complete as a meal by itself. 320kcal is a resonable calories count for one meal, you think so? Hmm… how about less butter to it, and replace the salty taste with pinch of salt and drops of olive oil? This will save you a 100kcal of 1 tablespoon of butter.
2 large potatoes, peeled and cut into quarters
2 tablespoons butter
2 medium eggs
3 bananas, sliced lengthwise
3 hotdogs (frankfurters), sliced lengthwise
1 tablespoon of olive oil
1) Bring potatoes to a boil over high heat. Reduce heat to low-medium fire when boiled, partially or uncovered the pot, simmer potatoes for 20 min, or until the potatoes are totally tender.
2) Drain the potatoes and transfer to a large bowl and mash the potatoes with a fork.
3) Add butter and mix well with the mashed potato, until the texture turns smooth and soften.
4) In a small saucepan, heat olive oil over medium-high fire. Add eggs, slightly scramble and fry for 10 seconds. Remove from saucepan and immediately pour onto the mashed potato and mix evenly altogether.
5) Scope a decent portion to a serving bowl, add banana and hotdog slices on it and serve immediately.
*No salt is needed in the recipe as the butter and hotdogs are tasty enough to fill your palate.
*Saute your banana slices if you like to have them warm and more tender.
*Sprinkle some pepper when mixing eggs into the mashed potato, as desired.