Of course, if I were really honoring Leopold Bloom, I’d go for some pork kidneys, but – er – I’m not in the mood. Serve with fresh parsley if desired. 3. Great pics. And it’s entirely another thing to fully and wholeheartedly say that I love this bangers and colcannon meal. I’m getting hungry…. The dreaded cabbage was unassuming, ever so slightly crisp, and its contrast in texture with the mashed potatoes was perfect. So I called Bull Feeney’s and asked for some pointers on making the dish. I must disagree with you there. This colcannon (Irish-style mashed potatoes) recipe is a twist on the same old same old mashed potatoes. Gorgeous post. Follow Smells Like Home on Pinterest and click that little Pin button at the top of this recipe card to save this recipe and share with your Pinterest followers! Add more milk if it seems too thick. 6 scallions/spring onions, chopped. On the surface, sausages and mashed potatoes with cabbage sounded straightforward but with all the variables for colcannon, I could see that this dish wouldn’t be easy to recreate at home. 3lbs (1.5kg) potatoes, floury variety. Good luck! 1lb (500g) cooked curly kale or savoy cabbage, finely shredded. So what if dinner would be at 5 instead of 6? Reserve. You were very brave! 1 (1-lb) piece ham or bacon, cooked the day before. I have so many memories of eating Colcannon (with braised corned beef and freshly baked Irish soda bread) for special dinners cooked by my Irish grandmother. I think next time I may try molasses instead of the brown sugar – all the flavor, but not quite so sweet. Great looking sear on those bangers! I like to put some leeks in there, too. To serve, gently reheat on the stovetop, stirring occassionlly until heated through. Tara, you are something special! you’re right, I have heard of bangers and mash, but not Colcannon. What a great dish to challenge yourself with. And some versions have scallions. Colcannon is a traditional Irish side dish of mashed potatoes and either kale or cabbage. Mash until fairly smooth. Typically, colcannon is served as a side dish to any meat (think corned beef), a ham steak or sausages. She taught me how to make it, emphasizing the importance of sauteeing the cabbage in the bacon drippings. Simply defrost, then cover … we cooked this tonight and it was fantastic, I loved the Colcannon and loved the smell of the sauce cooking, we will be definately having this again soon thank you so much. Wish I could vote 3 times! She's written about food for The Register-Guard since 1995. Cook at a steady boil until tender, starting to check after 20 minutes. Your email address will not be published. Bring to the boil and simmer for 45 minutes … You get my vote 🙂, You’ve got my ♥ vote! That should be about half a pound per person but this recipe is easily adaptable to any size group. With all of the ingredients prepped in advance and with three pans working simultaneously on the stove, I methodically moved through how I envisioned making the recipe in my brain: And then, all of a sudden, the dish was finished! And then the colcannon is ready to serve. 6 Irish bangers (or other small, mild-flavored sausage), 1 ½ lbs potatoes, peeled (I used baby reds but Russets would work too), ½ tsp freshly ground black pepper, divided. Often eaten with boiled ham, it … Chopped parsley leaves, for garnish. Turn into a warmed serving bowl. I think it’s a great dish because it’s easily adaptable to what you have on hand and rarely requires a recipe. Some recipes substitute cabbage for kale. It’s most commonly associated with St. Patrick’s Day dinners – but this Colcannon is so good, it really … I’m not just enjoying your blog but I’ll also enjoy cooking up Irish bangers and collcanon! Let me know what you think of what I did with your lovely recipe: http://bit.ly/l47FRo, […] far as I know the original recipe came from Tara at Smells Like Home.  You can visit her site to see a better picture of the dish with the gravy. Great. Add the kale and cook until wilted. Though, it shouldn’t be easy if the Foodbuzz Challenge Details say to go outside your comfort zone with a classic ethnic dish. I voted for you! Sauté bacon in a large skillet. this looks delicious 🙂 Good luck with project food and you got my vote for this one! Colcannon can be served and adapted in many ways. But all in all, thanks for a great recipe! This actually looks good – not just weird! Add 2 tablespoons butter, allow to melt, and then add the cabbage. While the potatoes cook, heat about 6 tablespoons (3/4 of the stick) of butter in a large skillet. Good luck with PFB ! (Nutrition information is calculated using an ingredient database and should be considered an estimate.) Add the contents of the skillet and mix well. Brown … It’s also a great side dish go go with a ham. Place potatoes in a saucepan with enough water to cover. I look forward to seeing what you will cook up next. Sure, Googling “colcannon” brings up a bunch of recipes but none of them passed Kyle’s test. How to Make Irish Bangers and Colcannon. It’s a great way to change up from the usual mashed potatoes that can quickly become boring. your dish came out like you didn’t sweat at all 🙂 good job on this! Apparently, they didn’t sound enough like the description on the menu at Bull Feeney’s. Anything with gravy gets my vote! The thought of an Irish dish involving cabbage makes me shudder since I’ve never liked cabbage in almost any form. Bring gravy to a gentle boil and reduce to a simmer until thickened. In a separate pan, cook roughly chopped cabbage or kale until it is tender. Was looking for recipes to use up the cabbage I had in the fridge and stumbled on this one. You’ll feel the Irish love, no matter your last name. I couldn’t well enough call her back so I told him I’d wing it. Or both. 5 ratings. Cook the bacon. Good luck in round two! Drain and return potatoes to pot. Yeah sure, a trip to Ireland would have been nice but not practical of course. That is funny – probably the one thing Google doesn’t have? Serve with potato and Savoy cabbage cakes, plus a fried egg and optional tomato ketchup. Yum. Nice job. This looks delicious, and may just be the ticket for today’s Bloomsbury Day meal I’m trying to put together. So his love for this dish was my motivation for this challenge. Great post! Okay, well, I just had to check out this post for obvious reasons. Blend until relatively smooth or to your desired consistency. These vegetarian lentil meatballs are amazing and you can serve them with just about anything! Add mashed potatoes, green onions, heavy cream, butter, salt, pepper and mix everything together … Make a small depression in the middle and add the remaining butter and let it melt into a golden puddle as you take the bowl to the table. Serve with a knob more butter. 4.6 out of 5 star rating. Best of luck! tag what you make with #smellslikehomeblog on Instagram and follow along with me in my New England kitchen! You got my vote 🙂, This dish looks so yummy! Super tasty! Glad you were able to go out of your comfort zone and churn out something fantastic! Taste and season well with salt and pepper. Great job and great photos! Enrich the colcannon by adding Irish cheddar to the mix. I also enjoyed reading the story behind the “recipe” 😉 That’s what happened to me at some points while completing this challenge. Wow, I would love to try this! Serve it as a side dish with corned beef, sausages, salmon or roast chicken. Good luck in this round! A bacon joint can stretch a long way. I admire how you challenged yourself to make something way out of your comfort zone! She explained that the cabbage was sautéed in bacon and drippings with some added butter. How to make Colcannon Potatoes. You can also serve colcannon along side an Irish stew. Serve it as a side dish with corned beef, sausages, salmon or roast chicken. Perfect comfort food ! Some russet potatoes are the size of a small cat. Give the potatoes and veggies a rough mash together using a hand masher before adding the milk and then using an electric hand blender to bring the colcannon together. Follow her on Twitter @kimdavaz; email her at cooking@davaz.net. If you’ve made a very generous amount, leftovers can be mixed with some beaten egg as a binder, formed into patties and sautéed until golden. Cook, turning the vegetables, until they wilt. Looks amazing Tara! Sauté the leek and scallions in the bacon grease. Put on your favorite Aran sweater, turn on some Irish fiddle tunes and make a batch of colcannon. how could I go wrong? Easy . And if you’re looking for more Irish and Irish-inspired food, please be sure to check out my Irish soda bread, Guinness chocolate cake, shamrock shakes, and Guinness cupcakes with Bailey’s buttercream. Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license, except where noted. Everyone's favourite Irish potato recipe – enjoy on its own or with boiled ham. Here are the top 3 reasons why I was crazy for choosing this classic Irish dish: 1. It's a fine accompaniment for any St. Patrick's Day menu. In a bowl, mash the parsnips with the butter and milk, then stir through the sprouts and spring onions. Just voted for you! You can’t get away from green on St. Patrick’s Day, from clothing to food. 2. In a large pot, cover potatoes with water and season generously with salt. While I’m not Irish, colcannon quickly became one of my favorite side dishes. It can contain other ingredients such as scallions (spring onions), leeks, laverbread, onions and chives. Some call for ham or bacon while others do not. While the bangers brown and potatoes boil, cook bacon in a 12-inch skillet (cast iron works great here) over medium heat until almost crisp, rendering as much bacon fat in the pan as you can. If the gravy thickens too much, add 1 to 2 tablespoons of chicken stock as needed. Go for authentic Irish flavor by using Irish butter when mashing the potatoes and sautéing the greens. [6] Other items could include a stick indicated an unhappy marriage, and a rag denoted a life of poverty. As simple cabbage sauteed in bacon grease will get me every time. I picked up the ingredients, including authentic Irish bangers from Whole Foods (my regular grocery store doesn’t carry them), and got started in the kitchen in the mid-afternoon so that I didn’t miss the early waning natural light of late September. And good for you for going WAY out of your comfort zone! Kyle has ordered it on the two occasions we’ve eaten at this great Irish pub in Portland, ME, called Bull Feeney’s. He literally did a forehead slap. Bring to a boil and cook until totally soft, 10 to 15 minutes. Heyy! I have even read that colcannon is considered pub “grub” in Ireland. Nothing beats a good Irish potato recipe, especially one that combines those potatoes with lots of garlic, leeks, … While the potatoes are cooking, melt 100g of the butter in a small frying pan and saute the cabbage … All are insanely delicious!! Braised bacon with colcannon cakes. Thank you – I actually like cabbage and kale. ~ Mary. You’ve got my vote! Colcannon is a traditional Irish side dish that consists mainly of creamy mashed potatoes with cabbage or kale. Irish historian Patrick Weston Joyce defined it as "potatoes mashed with butter and milk, with chopped up cabbage and pot herbs". Turn off the heat and add 1 cup of the milk to the potatoes. 3 pounds russet potatoes, peeled and cut into large chunks of fairly equal size, 1/2 cup (1 stick) butter, at room temperature, 3 cups shredded green cabbage (can swap in a cup of thinly sliced baby spinach or baby kale), 1/2 cup thinly sliced green onions, white and tender green parts, 4 scallions, green parts only, finely chopped, Salt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste. Colcannon is as traditional, as traditional Irish food gets, and for the week that’s in it, when the whole world will be going green in our honour, what better thing to do, than serve up some of the finest! Cover potatoes with water in a small pot; season with salt. Lovely pictures, too, BTW — I sympathize with cooking when there’s natural light available to photograph by; my blog pictures are often off-color since I have a *very* small window of light (literally – as in size and period of time) in my kitchen. It's almost as easy is making colcannon, a traditional Irish dish of fluffy mashed russet potatoes flecked with green onions and cabbage. Sauté mixture until cabbage is almost tender but a slight amount of crunch remains, about 10-15 minutes while stirring occasionally. Sauté bacon in a large skillet. … As it turns out, this *was* the ticket for my Bloomsday meal. As for the cabbage? Put the ham in a large saucepan and cover with water. I have some kohlrabi coming from the farm, which I may substitute for the cabbage in the colcannon, but everything else sounds great. Colcannon potatoes are a great make ahead side dish. It was another to make it great enough to pass Kyle’s test (which, by far, it did). You can check out my PFB post at : http://www.foodbuzz.com/project_food_blog/challenges/2/view/864. Lots of kudos for going outside your comfort zone and creating a dish from the ground up. Yours looks delish. Colcannon is definitely my new go-to. Good luck in the contest! (You’ll hear a sizzle as that happens.). There are many regional variations of this staple dish. Even more kudos for passing Kyle’s taste test and having never eaten the dish. Recreating bangers and colcannon from the ground – up without a recipe was one thing. I make it often in the winter, when all I get from the CSA are things like potatoes and cabbage. ::Crickets:: I never asked the woman about the gravy. Remove the bangers and add some flour to the sauce to make gravy. Great post and as the only other contestant I’ve seen yet who did something Irish you get one of my votes. 1 head cabbage, cored and finely shredded. When the potatoes are cooked, drain and return to the pan over medium high heat until the water evaporates. I’ve never tried that dish but it looks amazing! The idea was to dip each forkful into the melted butter before eating it! Brown bangers in another large skillet. As soon as I read the ingredients I knew Colcannon had to be good. (Bangers and Mash is a traditional English pub dish, but there’s no reason you can’t serve bangers with colcannon!) You did an amazing job with the research and execution of this dish! Thanks for the tutorial and it looked great, definitely have my vote:). 2oz (25g) butter. You did a fantastic job with the 2nd challenge. Add salt and bring to a boil over high heat. Add the cabbage, optional greens and onions. He raved and raved about Bangers and Colcannon for over a year until we made it back up to Portland this summer. Traditionally served for St. Patrick’s Day, this tasty side dish can be served any day, and might become an instant family favorite.But what the heck is it? The steamed cabbage adds a crunchiness to the creamy potatoes. Good luck on PFB. Serve it for breakfast beside or under soft-boiled or over-easy eggs. Drain potatoes and place back in pot or in a large bowl. A scoop of colcannon… Looking for a dish to serve with colcannon? The potatoes will be the better for it. C olcannon, an Irish recipe from the bubble 'n' squeak family, is traditionally served unfried, with kale and potatoes and milk as the main ingredients. Colcannon is a favorite Irish recipe, especially on St Patrick … I can’t think of a better way to up the nutritional content of mashed potatoes! WOOHOO. Choose one medium russet potato per person or one large per two people, plus one for the pot. Good Luck! The Register-Guard ~ 3500 Chad Drive, Suite 600, Eugene, OR 97408 ~ Do Not Sell My Personal Information ~ Cookie Policy ~ Do Not Sell My Personal Information ~ Privacy Policy ~ Terms Of Service ~ Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy, Your California Privacy Rights / Privacy Policy. I couldn’t get enough of it for dinner last night and will ashamedly admit, as only a food blogger could to an audience of people I don’t really know, that I overstuffed myself. If you like a really watery soup, add more milk. So yummy. This is a great post and was a pleasure to read. I needed photos! Bangers and Colcannon: Classic, cozy Irish food with Guinness-braised sausages and mashed potatoes mixed with sauteed cabbage. Well I couldn’t and didn’t. I like to build bowls with this as the base. Mash the potatoes. You did an awesome job building the recipe. Boil potatoes until fork-tender. Or kale. Most people have never heard of it, so I’m glad you picked this dish to share. Good luck! Colcannon is a recipe for buttery mashed potatoes with shredded cabbage and chopped green scallions folded in. I did Irish too 🙂 and seriously considered Colcannon and ended up choosing something else. I love colcannon! It was awesome! Looks delicious. Seriously though, I was winging this whole meal so what was another piece of it? I thanked her profusely for her help and hung up the phone. Used chicken apple sausage because I couldn’t find Irish bangers anywhere. YUM!! It is often eaten with boiled ham, salt pork or Irish bacon. I love how you went about researching this.  If you can’t […], Guinness Chocolate Cupcakes + Bailey’s Irish Cream Buttercream, Guinness cupcakes with Bailey’s buttercream, http://www.foodbuzz.com/project_food_blog/challenges/2/view/864, Bangers and Colcannon with Brown Sugar Guinness Gravy | Lake Lure Cottage Kitchen. It looks wonderful! Feel free to drop by 🙂 Good luck and best wishes for making to the top !! Not one ingredient I don’t like . So I was faced with making a dish at his request begging that I’ve never eaten involving an ingredient that I detest and without a recipe. I told my granddad I was making this the other day and no sooner was it … It looks beautiful (I would say delicious, but I’m not a fan of sausage or cabbage!) Good luck in round 2! I really enjoyed your post. Serve as a side dish or for breakfast alongside eggs and breakfast meat or some smoked salmon. The mixture should be the way you like mashed potatoes. Sausages are braised in Guinness beer that's used to make a brown sugar gravy which you'll pour over colcannon (mashed potatoes mixed with bacon-sauteed cabbage) and then devour. You did a marvelous job, it looks GREAT! Kim Davaz always wants to know the story behind a recipe. I was about to agree with you on never liking a dish with cabbage, but then I remembered Chinese Dumplings – and I LOVE them! . Good luck next round! Add chopped cabbage and butter to bacon and cook until the cabbage is soft. Mentioned in this episode. A green shirt isn’t hard to come by in Eugene. And I’m making mashed potatoes tonight. By itself, it’s a vegetarian main dish. All rights reserved. I would have never dared making a dish with cabbage ’cause I hate it myself. I hope that you’ll try this classic bangers and colcannon dish in your own home and let me know how it turns out for you in the comment section below! Gently stir in the cabbage-bacon mixture. Really well done. It would go great with a traditional corned beef, or as a topper to a shepherd’s pie.You could even ladle some hearty … Wow I am so impressed w/o a recipe!!! First and foremost, I’ve never eaten it. fantastic that you made something with an ingredient you did not really like, and even better that you enjoyed what you made. Great post- and I have to vote for someone who chose Irish cuisine !!! It looks amazing! The woman explained that it was traditional bangers with a brown sugar gravy served with colcannon. My first step in recreating this classic Irish dish was to go to the source. And go outside my comfort zone I did. 🙂. Course Side Dish Prep Time 20 minutes. I used Sam’s (since that’s what we had in the fridge) but it still worked like a charm. The colcannon was awesome, though how could it not be with bacon in it? Delia's Colcannon Potatoes recipe. I'm here to help you discover the best of the best from around the world. Another … Serve hot topped with the bangers and brown sugar Guinness gravy. You deserve a trip to Ireland. I never dreamed that a beer reduction cooked with brown sugar could be so amazing and it was the brown sugar gravy that completely put the whole dish over the edge. This dish looks awesome! Stir in diced cooked thickly sliced bacon. For the fluffiest and creamiest mashed potatoes, choose higher starch potatoes, like Russets. Remove bangers from the pan and whisk in brown sugar, butter/flour mixture, and salt until the mixture is smooth. I’m trying to write my meals roster for the next few weeks (never an easy task) and this is going straight in! Best of luck with PFB! The end result of this classic Irish dish is something I am truly proud of. The Irish are masters of potato dishes, and colcannon is one of the best. Yum and yum! You can intensify the green by using the greenest cabbage you can find or by supplementing it with baby kale or baby spinach. Can’t wait to try it. 4 scallions, finely chopped. A… 1. Hope to see you in round three. Kyle was surprised to hear about the brown sugar gravy and asked how to make it. Colcannon is pure traditional Irish comfort food at it’s absolute best. It was a cheap, year-round food. I felt like you did in making a dish that I’ve never tried before but it was well worth it! And to wrap up this growing list of reasons: I didn’t have a recipe. Place potatoes in a Dutch oven or very large saucepan and add cold water to cover them by an inch. I couldn’t find bangers, but Whole Foods’s garlic and pork sausages were a lovely stand-in. Potatoes mixed with greens that could include, cabbage or kale and green onions or leeks. ½ pint milk (full fat) or single cream. Add chopped cabbage and butter to bacon and cook until the cabbage is soft. It took me a few weeks, but I finally tried this recipe 🙂 I saw bangers at my Whole Foods (gotta love ’em) and immediately wanted to do bangers and mash; then, I remembered this post, so I rushed home to make it – very tasty! Bangers and colcannon is classic, cozy Irish pub food. Ooooh, this looks so good, especially that gravy. Cheers to a happily stuffed belly! Thanks for the legwork! Set aside but keep warm until the potatoes are done. This is exactly what I want for dinner right this instant. © Gannett Co., Inc. 2020. This little known plugin reveals the answer. Oh my goodness your dish looks sooo good. Toast some soda bread for dipping. I love how you chose a dish with an ingredient you don’t like! Add heavy cream and 1 tbsp butter to the potatoes and mashed until almost smooth. I inquired further about the colcannon, probing about how to work the bacon into the dish, as we had seen on the menu. Perhaps our health consciousness and What a hearty and comforting dish! Kale is an ingredient in colcannon. Drain and mash together with the potatoes and milk, creating a chunky mashed potato dish which will gradually turn slightly green. Cook the potatoes in salted water. Colcannon is most commonly made with only four ingredients: potatoes, butter, milk and kale. Besides blogging and being cook extraordinaire, you could consider being a food stager! While Bangers and Mash is traditional English pub food served with fried onions or onion gravy (or for Americans, sausages and mashed potatoes), bangers and colcannon is classic Irish pub food of sausages and mashed potatoes with cabbage. . Add Guinness to the pan and braise the bangers. I voted for you – good luck! Don’t skimp on the butter or the salt and pepper. Colcannon can be served and adapted in many ways. Well done, and good luck in Project Food Blog! congratulations! What a great dish and post. Bring to a boil over medium-high heat, … If you can't find bangers, fresh chicken sausage will work ok in this recipe too. Serve your colcannon as a side dish along some sausages. You two sound like you are having blast. Can be chilled for up to a day, or frozen. What to serve with this Colcannon recipe. Good for you! I hope we both continue to advance in #PFB2010! By itself, it’s a vegetarian main dish. 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