RecipesMake A Traditional Dublin Coddle

Make A Traditional Dublin Coddle

The Dublin Coddle is a great dish to make when you are not sure everyone will be eating at the same time. It can be left cooking slowly for a long time and would make a great St. Patrick’s day dinner.
If you are looking for a great tasting meal to serve to your family on a cold winter day, try making a warm pot of stew. Nothing can compare to a bowl of hot, steaming stew on a cold winter evening. This recipe was created to introduce the reader to a unique tasting stew that features potatoes and several other ingredients that taste great together.

Make A Traditional Dublin Coddle

This recipe is from Wholefully. The stew is a combination of several great tasting ingredients including potatoes, bacon, sausages, beer and no salt which I thought odd but the end product is delicious and it didn’t have a single grain of salt in it. and thanks to the recipe it is really easy to prepare. All of the ingredients can easily be gotten at most corner markets or local grocery stores.

Benefits of reading and following the Homemade Recipe: Make A Traditional Dublin Coddle

Serve this unique traditional Irish Potato Stew as a special St Patrick’s Day dinner.
The recipe lists all of the necessary ingredients that you will need to have on hand to get started.
It also includes an easy to follow step by step preparation guide that makes it very simple to make it.
You will also find many full color pictures inside that help to create a nice visual representation.

 

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