Colcannon Recipe

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Time: 35 minutes



  1. potato
  2. butter
  3. back bacon
  4. savoy cabbage
  5. double cream


  1. meanwhile , heat quarter of the butter in a pan , then fry the bacon and half the cabbage for 5 minutes
  2. turn off the heat and set aside
  3. drain the potatoes in a colander and peel while still hot
  4. mash the potato until smooth , heat the cream with the remaining butter and , when almost boiling , beat into the potato
  5. add the bacon and cabbage to the potato and mix
  6. season , to taste and serve
  7. my', "the rest of kevin dundon's st patrick's day menu includes 'smoked wild irish salmon with chive pancake and 'guiness & honey glazed pork loin'", "i'll post the other two recipes soon", 'both sound scrumptious , and also far too good to hold off making until march 2006', "and i'm confident that local salmon will serve the recipe admirably ! when in rome -- when in ireland -- when -- wherever --"]

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