Translation for 'mashed potatoes' from English to Bulgarian
mashed potatoes {pl}
картофено пюре {ср}
potatoes {noun}картофи {мн}
fried potatoes {noun}пържени картофи {мн}
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Usage Examples English
  • It is usually served with mashed potatoes or various forms of noodles and dumplings, such as pyzy.
  • Tomme is traditionally used to make aligot, an Auvergnat dish combining melted cheese and mashed potatoes.
  • Mashed cauliflower is a low-carbohydrate alternative to mashed potatoes.
  • Throughout the United States, gravy is commonly eaten with Thanksgiving foods such as turkey, mashed potatoes and stuffing.
  • For example, a container holding mashed potatoes versus tea swayed people toward classifying them as a bowl and a cup, respectively.

  • Weisswurst is also a common dish in some regions, eaten usually with mashed potatoes or "chucrut" (sauerkraut).
  • In Mozambique, "bolo polana" is a cake prepared using powdered cashews and mashed potatoes as the main ingredients.
  • Another specialty is the erdäpfelkäs, a spread made from mashed potatoes and cream.
  • The haggis is traditionally served with mashed potatoes (tatties) and mashed swede turnip (neeps).
  • In Ireland, scallions are sometimes chopped and added to mashed potatoes, known as champ or as an added ingredient to potato salad.

  • In Azerbaijan it is usually made with jam, mashed potatoes, or ground beef.
  • Thornton said that Canadians did not get up and move or throw things at concerts, and referred to them as "mashed potatoes without the gravy".
  • It is served with boiled or mashed potatoes and brown gravy sweetened with red currant jam.
  • Hot beef sandwich is made with leftover pot roast topped with gravy and mashed potatoes.
  • In Ecuador, "llapingachos" include a sunny side up egg served over pan-seared cheesy mashed potatoes and fried sausage.

  • The dish is sometimes made from mashed potatoes to make pancake-shaped croquettes.
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