It is customary in Britain for families to gather on Sundays for a big midday feast called the Sunday roast. Traditionally, a large roast (usually beef) is served accompanied by various side dishes of vegetables - carrots, parsnips, potatoes, Brussels sprouts, peas, and the like.
Any leftovers - which there typically are - often get turned into “bubble and squeak,” a crusty hash eaten later in the week. This recipe is based on that dish. Substitute other cooked or leftover vegetables for the ones listed below, if you like.
Serves 4 | Total Time: Less Than 60 Mins
(Warning: You may feel a little more British with each time you enjoy this dish, but it will not improve that bad British accent you try when telling certain jokes.)