Fruity Potatoes

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Yujie Liang, Münster, Germany
Synthetic organic chemistry

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3 big potatoes
1 tablespoon mango sauce
1 tablespoon blueberry sauce

1. Chop potatoes into small dices, 1 cm x 1c m x 1 cm.

2. Boil water and season with salt.

3. Put the cut potatoes into the boiling water and cook gently for about 10 minutes.

4. Drain the water and let it simmer for 5 minutes, while it's still warm, put some butter in and mash it.

5. Served with a half of mango sauce and another half with blueberry sauce, both tasted sweet and acidic, delicious!


We enjoy this dessert a lot, it tastes sweet and acidic and very refreshing, which is very easy to make.
I learnt this when I was a undergraduate student in Nankai University (Tianjin, China).
I like this kind of dishes, I can even make it with yam mash, which also tasted very delicious.

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