At the Spicebar Blogger Meet-up us Bloggers cooked in three teams and created mouth watering meals. I can tell you it was dope as fuck.
Team Nord Nord Pott and Hauptstadtgriller Stefan built a team and formed a perfect combination of several skills which is why we created a complex and diverse dish that combined amazing textures and flavours that worked together perfectly.
We chose the different ingredients one after the other at Spicebar headquarters and as I happen to have quite a successful sweet potato recipe on this blog it was no surprise that we chose the sweet potato for our dish among other foods such as pumpkin, red peppers, carrots, onions, red wine and an amazing wild game goulash (deer and wild hog) from „Wilder Heinrich“.
Our main course is made up of three (well, actually 4, but I’ll get to ‘Brotliebling’ later) components that make a well rounded and super tasty combination.
A full-bodied wild game goulash with red wine and fruity notes with a pumpkin sweet potato mash and red wine champignons and glazed onions.
As hard as the challenge was to make a decent photo of this mashy, pappy dish (challenge accomplished!) so amazingly delicious was everything combined in the end.
I would totally suggest to serve the pumpkin sweet potato mash together with the wild game goulash which Dennis and Marc from OSGC wrote down for you and the red wine champignons which Marco from Gluthelden published on his blog. Note that the recipes are in German only.
- ½ Hokkaido Pumpkin
- 1 big sweet potato
- some cream or milk
- Onion Powder
- Garlic Powder
- Peel the sweet potato, halve the pumpkin and remove the core with a spoon and cut both into bite size pieces. Add it to a pot with water and boil it until tender (about 30 minutes).
- Pour off the water and mash the sweet potato and pumpkin with a potato masher.
- Add cream or milk for a creamy and soft texture and season with the spices to taste.