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Last Updated on March 5, 2020 by Ellen Christian
You will love this Irish Dublin Coddle recipe! Every year for St. Patrick’s Day, I make Corned Beef and Cabbage. This year, I decided to do something different and am making an Irish Dublin Coddle recipe for dinner. Irish Dublin Coddle is a traditional Irish dish that’s made of sausage, potatoes, bacon and onions. According to what I’ve found online, it dates back to at least the early eighteenth century (1700s).
How to Make an Irish Dublin Coddle Recipe
Irish Dublin Coddle is typically served with Irish Soda Bread but since we are trying to go gluten-free, we’ll simply enjoy it on its own. If you’re following the Paleo diet, you can eliminate potatoes from your serving. This is one of my favorite Irish sausage recipes. Scroll to the end for a printable version.
You could probably make this in your slow cooker if you wanted to eliminate browning the sausage and just toss it all in your slow cooker for 8 hours or so on low. You wouldn’t get the seared flavor from browning the sausage and the bacon but it would be quicker if you’ll be gone all day and want dinner on the table when you’re home.
Finally, if you want an authentic Irish Dublin coddle be sure to cook it in a cast-iron pan as I’ve shown to get the best flavor.
What are some traditional Irish meals?
If you want a few more traditional Irish meals, you could make the shepherd’s pie I have linked to below. Or, you can try the Banofee pie that’s a bit below that. Other ideas include things like bacon and cabbage with potatoes. Or, you might like an Irish stew made with lamb or mutton.
What is Ireland’s national dish?
So, if you want Ireland’s national dish, that would be Irish stew. It is traditionally made with lamb or mutton as I mentioned above. But, you could make it with beef if your family doesn’t enjoy lamb or you cannot find mutton. Make sure that you have a thick slice of Irish soda bread along with it.
St. Patrick’s Day Food and Crafts
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More St. Patrick’s Day articles
Finally, if you’re looking for more St. Patrick’s Day fun or recipes like this Irish Dublin Coddle, why not try these:
- Make a natural mint Shamrock Shake
- Learn to make Irish Oatcakes
- Try Corned beef and cabbage
- Make an Irish buttermilk bath
- Learn about St Patrick’s Day history for kids
- Check out this framed Irish proverb craft
- Try my Bailey’s non alcoholic Irish cream
- Make an easy Irish coffee scrub
- Try my Irish spice cake
- Learn to make Irish soda bread
- Make an Irish cheese board
- 1 package of good pork sausage
- 1 yellow onion, chopped in large pieces
- 1 package of bacon, chopped, avoid the nitrates please
- 3 pounds of potatoes
- 2 cups of broth, whichever kind you have
- fresh parsley
- Heat the oven to 300F.
- In a large cast iron skillet or Dutch oven, heat the bacon and cook until crispy.
- Remove and let drain to remove the fat.
- Cook the sausage until they are cooked through. You can leave them whole or cut them up.
- Remove it from the burner and add the sausage, onion, bacon and potatoes.
- Pour the broth over the top and put the pan back on the burner.
- Heat to boiling.
- Place in the oven (covered) for about 90 minutes or until the potatoes are cooked through.4
Serving Size:1 cup
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 425Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 4gCholesterol: 16mgSodium: 349mgCarbohydrates: 80gFiber: 8gSugar: 8gProtein: 15g
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