Serves 4 but easy to adjust. This is one of those comfort food moments that Julie wants to share with you…….enjoy INGREDIENTS 800G potatoes – peeled and cut into equal pieces 1 large onion or 2 x small onions – peel and diced 4 spring onions – remove any papery outer layer, cut the root off, then slice through into rings. Knob of butter 100g cheddar – grated 1 x small bag of plain salted crisps which you have to crush 1 x 400g baked beans ½ a savoy cabbage or you can use Kale – remove the tougher stalk and then with a sharp knife cut into strips Sachet of barbeque sauce STORECUPBOARD Oil Salt and pepper Butter/Margarine – optional METHOD 1] Put potatoes into a large pan of cold salted water and bring to the boil, cover and simmer for approx. 20 minutes until the vegetables are cooked. Once cooked remove from the heat and pour into a colander to drain, then place the colander over the still hot pan and allow the heat to dry them for a couple of minutes. 2] While the potatoes are cooking put a frying pan onto the hob, add a drizzle of oil and fry your diced onion and spring onions after the first few minutes add the sliced cabbage mix to incorporate and cook until wilting and starting to soften – about 10 minutes. Once starting to soften and turn transparent, turn the heat off but leave the pan on the hob the residual heat will finish them cooking. 3] Once your potatoes are cooked, Preheat the oven Gas4/180C/FAN160 4] Remove the potatoes from the heat, drain well and mash adding additional salt to your taste and a knob of butter/margarine if you are using it. Add the contents of your frypan [ onion and cabbage] mix well into the mash 5] Put your potato mix into an ovenproof dish which you may find easier to lightly oil either a spray and fry or just a wipe around with a little oil. Sprinkle over the grated cheese and on top of this the crushed plain salted crisps. Cook in oven for 15 mins until the cheese has melted and the crisps are a little brown. 6] while your “pie” cooks, after 10 mins heat your baked beans ready to serve with it. Barbeque sauce on the side is a rather nice addition too!