Easy Irish Recipes
For St. Patricks dinner last year, we went all out. Corned Beef N’ Cabbage, Colcannon, Cream O’Cabbage and even Irish lime cabbage gelatin with roasted walnuts, ha! #toolegittoquit
But of everything Irish we’ve tried at our table, these two have been the most well received. In fact, they’re keepers. Got them from an Irish born Lassy here in Bend. Trot it out for St. Patty’s day or anyday. Delicious!
Just take your favorite mashed potato recipe, throw in some microsliced kale to boil with the potatoes and “spuds o blarney” you’ve got dinner. This is an inexpensive dish that is great for feeding a lot of people in a hurry on the cheap. What’s more, according to the “Food Lover’s Guide” Colcannon is actually more traditional an Irish meal than Corned beef and cabbage, hey.
O’ Nellie’s Cream O’ Cabbage
1 large head of cabbage
1 can coconut milk
1 teaspoon salt
Pepper to taste
Salt & black pepper
Shred cabbage, steam it in a 4 qt cooking pot with 1 can coconut milk on medium heat until tender – about 18-20 minutes. Stir every few minutes to prevent singeing. Season with a little salt and pepper and cover with lid. When cabbage is cooked all the way through and ready to eat, place in an oven safe serving dish, cover with grated cheese, top with breadcrumbs and brown under broiler until breadcrumbs are golden.
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