Glutenfree High Protein (NO Potato) Mash

This mash just screams spring! I see it and all I want to do is take a bowl full and eat my fill. The colours are amazing the taste was like a thick guacamole.

This is so gorgeous, not just the colour but the taste and texture. This is a very filling dish, you could have it all by itself. Or with a large salad or roasted vegetables, some seared steak on the side maybe, if you are into that sort of thing.

High protein, high fibre, low carb, low fat mash! 
Gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan and vegetarian friendly!

What more do you want? Oh did I forget to mention it's packed full of nutrients and healthy fats.
Not just great after a work out, but fantastic for your skin also.


Hope you will enjoy it as much as I did!



High Protein Low Carbohydrate Mash


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Ingredients
serves 4
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Preparation


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Put the petit pois and edamame beans in two separate containers. Pour hot water over the edamame beans and petit pois cover and leave aside.




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Add the coconut oil in a saucepan over medium heat, add the leek and cook gently stirring occasionally for 10 minutes. The pieces should be soft but not brown.




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Drain petit pois and add to a blender or food processor, add the leek and pulse lightly to give a chunky mix.

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Next add the butter beans, coriander and the protein powder pulse again to a rough mix, leaving some of the butter beans intact.

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Add the lime juice and pulse lightly, scrap the bean and leek mixture into a large clean bowl.

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Scrape out the avocado flesh and add this to the above mix, stir in 1/2 the red pepper and mix well. Mashing the avocado against the bowl to help incorporate it better into the mash.

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Next, drain the edamame beans and stir through the avocado and bean mash, season with salt and black pepper to taste.

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Scatter the remaining chilli pieces on top add some more lime or lemon juice.

Done!



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