mash with

mash something with something

 
1. to use something to mash something up. Vernon mashed the potatoes with a spoon because he couldn't find the masher. Gerald used the heel of his shoe to mash the wasp.
2. to combine ingredients while mashing. Mash the turnips with the butter. She mashed the potatoes with sour cream, cream cheese, and a little garlic salt.
See also: mash
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Becks ordered a double pie and mash with liquor and took home six of the same.
Strain well then mash with the butter and some seasoning.
Here is an old favourite, bangers and mash with a twist.
Easily prepared in either the microwave or a combi steamer, Super Mash is available in four tasty varieties: Super Mash with Bubble and Squeak, creamy mash with the addition of cabbage and fried onion--Super Mash with Butter and Milk, the classic, creamy mashed potato--Super Mash with Carrots and Swede, creamy mash with the addition of creamed carrots and swede--Super Mash Homemade, just like Mum used to make, fluffy mashed potato with small lumps.
Peel off skin and mash with a dinner fork (don't use mixer -- it's not necessary).
Serve the mash with a spoonful of caramelised onions on top.
Mash with the hot milk, seasoning, butter, creme fraiche, thyme and mustard.
They are putting a host of ingredients into it to spice it up, such as mash with horseradish sauce to go with beef, chives, spring onions, Dijon mustard and cheddar cheese.
Fry 4-6 slices of shredded bacon until they are crisp, and add to the mash with some of the fat.
Mashed potato has become more interesting with the launch by the Mr Mash brand, by Vico Foods (UK) Ltd, of two new variants; Mr Mash with Leeks, and Mr Mash with Cheddar cheese.
Place a mound of potatoes on a plate, stand the sausages in the middle and surround the mash with the onion gravy.