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Super Silky Paleo Cauliflower & Parsnip Mash


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Ingredients

4 portion(s)

Super Silky "mash"

  • 250 g parsnip diced, about 2 large
  • 250 g cauliflower in pieces, about ¼ large head
  • 200 g water
  • 50-100 g Butter, or 50g olive oil or lard/tallow/marrow for really Paleo
  • Salt and pepper, to taste
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Recipe's preparation

    Cook the vege
  1. Weigh the vege and water into the mixing bowl. Set to cook for 20 mins./100'C/speed 1.

  2. Puree & Season
  3. Check there is no or very little water left and strain if needed by placin the basket into the bowl and using to keep the vege in while you tip any water out into the sink. 

  4. Add the butter and seasoning, remove the basket if used and puree for 1 min./speed 10. 

  5. Serve
  6. Serve with a roast or with stews as a mash alternative. Or use to top shepards pie or any other dish where mash is needed. 

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Tip

This mash is so smooth and silky you could even use it as a grain free 'white sauce' or bechamel sauce.

If you are VEGAN, use olive oil or a vegan spread in place of the butter and add a teaspoon of nutritional yeast flakes for a a lovely cheesy flavour. 


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  • Thank you for such a yummy recipe, family loved...

    Submitted by Tesserella on 6. September 2019 - 10:13.

    Thank you for such a yummy recipe, family loved it, restaurant feel, added a little more cauli and parsnip, garlic and stock to water, didnt increase water, added some nutritional flakes at the end,
    perfect consistency

    Cooking 1

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  • Absolutely delicious, I made it exactly as posted...

    Submitted by glenmaz on 25. January 2019 - 17:11.

    Absolutely delicious, I made it exactly as posted and it was perfect.

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  • Very smooth mash. I might try a little less water...

    Submitted by JammyJam on 25. July 2018 - 19:38.

    Very smooth mash. I might try a little less water next time. There was none left when I strained it, but the end result was very sloppy. Used homemade tallow and it was yum

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  • Excellent cauli mash! Made this a second time and...

    Submitted by momoyeeyee on 9. October 2017 - 03:35.

    Excellent cauli mash! Made this a second time and it's just as good. Managed to do 1.5 portions of recipe, it would not have been possible to do double portion, wouldn't have fit into the mixing bowl. In doing the 1.5 portions, I had to break the cauliflower into pretty small florets (such that 750g of it just about all fit into the mixing bowl), and initially cooked it on speed 2 instead of speed 1. I also paused the cooking halfway through (ie 10 minutes in) to stir the cooking cauliflower but it wasn't really necessary. Also note to go light with the pepper -- i added slightly too much! Could taste and see the black pepper in the final product

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  • I added some garlic chile and cheese very yummy...

    Submitted by Bonnie08 on 18. September 2017 - 17:11.

    I added some garlic chile and cheese very yummy indeed

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  • Really excellent -- silky smooth, very delicious....

    Submitted by momoyeeyee on 27. July 2017 - 21:22.

    Really excellent -- silky smooth, very delicious. I used 450g of cauliflower only, with 50g of salted butter (plus a bit extra salt and pepper). The mash was quite soft, very very nice. However I would say it made 2 serves (I had mine with prawns) not 4.

    Would be interested to explore possibly adapting it to be an alternative carbonara sauce by adding garlic, thinning it out by adding more oil, and possibly adding nutritional yeast. If I also replace the original 50g of butter with olive oil then all the changes above could turn it into a vegan carbonara sauce??

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  • Super silky just like it said it would be. Great...

    Submitted by MoniqueH on 22. July 2017 - 07:40.

    Super silky just like it said it would be. Great alternative to mash potato

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  • This is just beautiful Thanks so much for the...

    Submitted by DebT1973 on 24. May 2017 - 19:52.

    This is just beautiful. Thanks so much for the recipe 😀

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  • Loved it! So easy and tasty!

    Submitted by Kaysam on 3. April 2017 - 12:29.

    Loved it! So easy and tasty!

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  • This was so lovely. An excellent subsitute for...

    Submitted by JENNIGRANDMA on 7. March 2017 - 11:57.

    This was so lovely. An excellent subsitute for mashed potato. thank you stone soup. I love your receipes.

    GrandmaB

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  • Yummmmmmm

    Submitted by CMC81 on 17. July 2016 - 19:51.

    Yummmmmmm

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  • I added some Beef Stock to

    Submitted by Mumma Kazz on 5. July 2016 - 14:56.

    I added some Beef Stock to the water and a dash of Cayenne Pepper. Delicious.

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  • What a fantastic, easy

    Submitted by SandyH61 on 19. May 2016 - 20:28.

    What a fantastic, easy recipe. I'll be making this often. Thanks.  tmrc_emoticons.;)

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  • Fantastic. Didn't have enough

    Submitted by Weebindi on 20. April 2016 - 18:56.

    Fantastic.

    Didn't have enough parsnip so I added some turnip/swede that was in a bargain vegie box bought from the greengrocer. The swede needed extra cooking time as I didn't cut it small enough. Stopped the pureeing process every 15 seconds to scrape the bowl.

    Taste was great and the texture super smooth.

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  • The kids actually love this!

    Submitted by Boulangerie on 22. March 2016 - 15:28.

    The kids actually love this!  The whole family eats parsnip mash now!

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  • This is so so delicious. My

    Submitted by Thermokristie on 9. February 2016 - 16:09.

    This is so so delicious. My hubby and kids just devour this mash! 

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  • Delicious!! Made with kumara

    Submitted by Lizhill on 11. August 2015 - 06:47.

    Delicious!! Made with kumara and was amazing. Thanks for a great recipe (thought it would be nice with some more liquid as a soup, so creamy and yum!!) awesome, new go to mash! 

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  • This so so delicious. I

    Submitted by RPTMX31 on 21. July 2015 - 18:26.

    This so so delicious. I didn't have any parsnip so used 500g of cauliflower. Still worked a treat. Very tasty and healthy too. Fabulous recipe. Will definitely make this again. 

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  • Fab alternative to mashed

    Submitted by mackazza on 16. July 2015 - 07:24.

    Fab alternative to mashed potato! I'm not a big parsnip fan but this mash wins my vote. Was having it with lamb tonight and realised at the last minute I'd forgotten to cook any greens, so added some spinach and a few mint leaves before pureeing. Yum!!

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  • this is just like it says -

    Submitted by Aussie TM5 Thermomixer on 15. July 2015 - 21:41.

    this is just like it says - so super silky, absolutely beautiful mash! Thank you so much for sharing this wonderful recipe, it's divine!! 

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  • Insanely delish! Wow. I'm

    Submitted by IzzyD on 10. July 2015 - 16:43.

    Insanely delish! Wow. I'm making my second batch in 4 days. I used 50g butter.

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  • I cant believe how good this

    Submitted by Bree Lord on 12. June 2015 - 17:38.

    I cant believe how good this tastes without milk and only a small knob of butter.  Thanks!

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  • I use this recipe all the

    Submitted by tonesyjonesy on 9. June 2015 - 06:52.

    I use this recipe all the time, it is super easy and very tasty. I use it in replace of bechamel sauce in my lasagne and it tastes amazing. 

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  • Hey Thanx for the reply, I

    Submitted by OzyMark on 30. April 2015 - 19:37.

    Hey Thanx for the reply, I been using the Thermie now for a while & I looked back on my question & now Laugh or LOL  

    This has to be one of my most used recipes. The family loves it and its just a super replcement for mash potato

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  • YUMMM!!!  So smooth and

    Submitted by happyhems on 14. April 2015 - 22:00.

    YUMMM!!!  So smooth and creamy. Better than mashed potato!

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  • Fricken delish!!

    Submitted by caity.lily on 10. April 2015 - 07:17.

    Fricken delish!! tmrc_emoticons.-D

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  • This mash was amazing! So

    Submitted by Christine E on 16. March 2015 - 08:35.

    This mash was amazing! So silky, easy and healthy. A great way of using these veggies. Thanks I'll be making it often tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Beautiful! I used coconut

    Submitted by bexsolomon on 6. January 2015 - 19:42.

    Beautiful! I used coconut cream instead of sour cream and arrowroot powder instead of corn flour. Worked a treat!

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  • Hi Mark steps 2&3 relate to

    Submitted by klbarre on 12. November 2014 - 18:56.

    Hi Mark

    steps 2&3 relate to purée and season aspects of the recipe. Just follow those. seasoning usually means salt and pepper but can include more lashings of butter

    Hope this helps

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  • Hi all, forgive me for my

    Submitted by OzyMark on 12. November 2014 - 14:58.

    Hi all,

    forgive me for my stupidity but I'm a day1 newbie with a TM5 and if the instructions are'nt step by step?....... Well I fail lol Oh & yes I'm male haha. After you cook, you say " Puree & Season " Ahmm do we have a button for Puree or is a just a known thing that I have no idea about? Also Season? Sounds easy if you know what is needed but I dont, a little help for the newbie Plz tmrc_emoticons.) 

    it looks awesome & I'm really looking fwd to trying to make it tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • FYI I doubled it, it worked

    Submitted by sare13 on 19. August 2014 - 21:08.

    FYI I doubled it, it worked fine 

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  • This was yummy! So silky and

    Submitted by Samantha78 on 19. August 2014 - 19:36.

    This was yummy! So silky and smooth!  Will be making again for sure!

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  • Divine. I added garlic too.

    Submitted by stickstitchmix on 16. August 2014 - 22:08.

    Divine. I added garlic too. Like the sounds of blue cheese as well. 

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  • Can you double this recipe in

    Submitted by sare13 on 5. August 2014 - 18:19.

    Can you double this recipe in one batch?

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  • Oh my this is deeeelish!!  I

    Submitted by freemav0 on 28. July 2014 - 19:00.

    Oh my this is deeeelish!!  I didn't have parsnip so I just added more cauliflower. It was a bit running but tasty. Thanks for sharing

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  • Oh my.  This is fabulous!

    Submitted by KellyS76 on 4. July 2014 - 08:08.

    Oh my.  This is fabulous!  And just perfect for me whilst I'm doing a Whole30.  But awesome anytime!

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  • Used this on top of shepherds

    Submitted by Monty2003 on 30. June 2014 - 12:09.

    Used this on top of shepherds pie.... Delish!!

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  • That sounds really good! It

    Submitted by Stone Soup on 16. June 2014 - 13:38.

    That sounds really good! It would also be nice with fetta, cherve, cheddar or blue cheese... more Primal then but very nice. 

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  • Just delicious. I added

    Submitted by Kateris on 14. June 2014 - 16:18.

    Just delicious. I added approx 30g of grated Parmesan with the butter, made it Devine!

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  • Used this for sweet potato.

    Submitted by klbarre on 22. May 2014 - 18:00.

    Used this for sweet potato. Good lord, so silky and so easy to do.  Perfect mash and a perfect bed for my meatballs. I cooked some broccolini in the varoma at the same time, which made the mash a tad more wet so I added another 5 minutes for both.  I love the idea of this for a bechamel. 

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