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Mash Direct Review

When I heard I had won a hamper with Mash Direct I was very excited as one would be.  As someone that enjoys entering the odd competition here and there, time and presently health permitting it’s always a lovely surprise to actually win given the number of participants that may enter.

Early this morning the hamper arrived.


I got the little ones ready for school and then hurried back excitedly to take a peak inside.  A cookery book, apron and a range of Mash Direct products.


I immediately decided what my husband and brother in law were having for lunch.

Potato Cake

There are 2 in a pack and these are very creamy and thick and I only got a spoonful but it was very good.  This actually won a Great Taste Gold Award in 2012!


Red Cabbage & Beetroot

Soft yet still with a slight crunch, sweet and easy to eat, this simple and delicious vegetable dish perfectly finished the meal.  This won a Great Taste Gold Award in 2008.


Potato cakes topped with a grilled and seasoned Basa fillet topped with red cabbage and beetroot!


The mix of flavours and textures go well and this made a lovely filling meal for two hard working men.

For me the:

Potato & Leek Bake



Not normally one for foods containing leeks I was pleasantly surprised that the flavour of the leek was not overpowering.  This dish was the perfect comfort food which was exactly what I needed and I also grabbed some of the cabbage and beetroot to go with it.

I really enjoyed sampling the products that I had been sent that I decided to write and tell you all about them, this is not a sponsored post and until I publish and share this the company is unaware that that I have written it.  The dishes come ready made and are easy to prepare with options for cooking suitable for each printed on the packet.  The foods consisting of vegetable and potato dishes are freshly made on the farm and do not contain flavourings, preservatives, colourings or additives.  Many of the products are approved by the vegetarian society and there are a number of items suitable for those with coeliacs.

This Post Has 7 Comments

  1. Liked and shared, would love to win this

  2. I met my husband at beginning of February 1978 through a pen pal magazine, I’d been through a bad time after breaking up with a previous long-term boyfriend so was wary of getting involved again. Anyway Stuart sent me a Valentine’s card with Abba’s ‘Take A Chance On Me’ inside. So I did, we got engaged on his birthday at end of May the same year, married at beginning of December and had our first child nine months later. Nearly 36 years and 3 children and 3 grandchildren later we’re still together.

  3. I had always said to my fiancé that I would like to be proposed to in Paris by the Eiffel tower, with fire works and roses. It was a standing joke between us as I knew it wouldn’t happen! One evening I arrived home from work to a bunch of family who had come to “visit”, they told me Mark was in the garden. When I ventured outside he was on one knee next to a paper mache Eiffel tower, holding a sparkler and a potted plant! It was so near my dream proposal, I said yes!

  4. Lovely food

  5. The food looks lovely! I especially like the look of the potato cakes, I might have to try that one out! 😉 xxx

  6. I had never heard of mash direct. The products look amazing.

    1. It’s really handy and the shelf life is not bad either.

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