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Made this for St. Paddys and everyone loved it. So filling and rich, but so, so delicious! I must confess, however, that I did start by frying up about a half pound of bacon, and then sauted the cabbage, leeks and onions in the bacon grease, and added the bacon back in the dish before baking. Boy, that was decadent and fattening, but divine! The whole family loved this and have been asking me to make it again.
My potatoes were kind of small (organic reds) so I used a few more. I didn't have bouillion cubes but I did have chicken Better than bouillion so I used a couple teaspoons of that. Because I always make colcannon with bacon, I did add a half pound of cooked, crumbled turkey bacon. This was super yummy--we all enjoyed it quite a bit. A new unique way to eat colcannon!
VERY GOOD! I did add a little extra salt and pepper but that was my own preference. I would definately make this more often than just on St. Patrick's Day and I intend to! Also I did assemble this the night before and just baked it off the next day...it worked out perfectly! Thanks for sharing.:)
Great recipe! I used 2 bags of shredded hashbrowns instead of mashed potatoes. Chopped medium head of cabbage with 4 leeks sauteed in olive oil with salt till tender. Combined with uncooked hash browns and other ingredients (except bouillon because I had none ) added some garlic powder and paprika. I put cheese inside the mixture added some extra on top at the end of baking. Went well with pork chops.
Thank you so much for posting a recipe that actually sounds like Colcannon. I have always prepared or purchased in an Irish pub Colcannon that is made with Irish bacon two kinds of cabbage and BAKED. That's the only way I have ever had it. I don't know what to call the other socalled Colcannon recipes I saw on this website.
Yummy! Made this last night to go with the corned beef for our "early" St. Patrick's day supper. Used kale instead of cabbage (my preference) used 10 very small white rose potatoes (all I had) and added about 1/2 lb. bacon diced and cooked crispy. Forgot to add the bit of milk -oops! Came out perfect! Just fit into my large Pyrex deep-dish pie plate. Hubby loved the addition of the bacon and the leeks added a nice bit of sweetness. Thanks for the great recipe!
I doubled this and took it to a St Patty's Day Potluck and it was a huge hit! 4 people asked for the recipe. I left out the leeks but other than that followed it exactly. I made it up the night before then baked it just before the party. It was delicious!
I was a little confused about the recipe calling for 3 potatoes. Maybe it turned out so dry because I used a couple more. 3 wouldn't have fed 8 people. At the end of the day except for the ol' raw egg debate you could get away without even baking this. Suppose that would defeat the purpose of the name. Sorry this just wasn't my favourite colcannon recipe. Glad I tried it though. Thanks Chardonnay Queen.
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