It’s a bit of a nerve to call this a recipe, but as many people asked me for it, I have to share, but I’m just going to write in regular text rather in my regular recipe layout thingy. 😉
1kg floury potatoes, cubed
1/2 savoy cabbage finely shredded (or Brussels sprouts, or any other left over green veg, eg leek, swiss chard, etc.)
1 large onion, finely chopped
Salt and pepper to taste
Bring the potatoes to boil whilst you prep the vegetables.
Steam the cabbage until soft and “fry” the onion until soft and lightly browned.
Once they’re cooked, mash the potatoes thoroughly, using as little milk as possible, you need a fairly dry mixture or it won’t flip easily.
Mix potatoes with cabbage and onion together thoroughly and season to taste in a large large bowl.
Heat a large non stick skillet (e.g. Stonewell) and flatten the mixture firmly in the pan. On a low light, cook for 5-7 minutes then flip over using a plate and repeat on the other side. Serve! 🙂