Sunday Breakfast 3

Hi friends!!
This Sunday was very beautiful. After so many days being cloudy, we got to see our bright sun. Anyways we had no plans to go out since we’d been BBQ partying the whole evening of Saturday.
I remember when we were staying in North China, our friends would invite us for a get-together event. We’d be around 7-8 people from different countries. Collection of breads, sausages, sauces, cheese were the dinner themes. We loved the slices of brown bread layered with cheese and sausages of our taste topped with mustard sauce. Yummy!!
After we moved to Guangzhou, We missed all of that.. Our friend Martin is from Germany. Few days back he went to Germany for holidays.We requested him to bring us German brown bread. We were excited when Martin brought us the bread. But we had no sausages or cheese with us. So I made some mashed potato salad and fried egg to go with the bread. And some fresh pineapple juice We loved the potato salad.. I added pickled gherkins and olive to it for extra kick..


Recipe for Mashed Potato salad:

Servings:  2        

Preparation Time: 5 mins
Cooking time: 10 mins
Level: Easy

Ingredients:
1)      Potato                                 200 gm 
2)      Pickled Gherkins                 20 gm
3)      Olives                                  5 nos
4)      Mayonnaise                        2 Tbsp
5)      Black pepper powder          1 Tsp
6)      Salt                                      as req
Method:
1)      Boil the potatoes with little salt in a pan for about 10-15 mins till it’s tender.
2)      Remove from heat and allow it to cool.
3)      Peel off the skins and mash it using potato masher or hands.
4)      Chop the pickled gherkins and olives.
5)      Add all ingredients to the cooled potato.
6)      Combine well.



Note:

    
1)      You can use fresh cucumber and olives instead of preserved ones.
2)      Be creative to add anything to the mashed potato like apple, ham etc
3)      I have seasoned my salad with little Italian herbs since we like the taste of herbs in salad, which is totally optional. Usually the recipe don’t call for it.
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