Here is Dublin Coddle: a quintessentially Irish recipe full of Irish flavors and charm. Easy to make, satisfying to eat, preparing this recipe is a terrific way to express your Irish side wherever you are in the world!
Below you will find one of our favorite approaches to this delicious meal. But the truth is, you can make it with almost anything you find in your refrigerator.
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Slice bacon into 1-inch pieces. Heat up stock to a boil using a medium saucepan that has a lid that fits tightly. Add the bacon and sausages and turn to simmer for approximately 5 minutes.
Take the bacon and sausages and save any liquid. Slice the sausages into four maybe five pieces each. Peel the 6 potatoes and slice them into thick pieces. Skin and slice the onions.
In a saucepan place one layer of potatoes, one layers of onions, and half of the bacon and sausages on the next layer. Do this one more time and make the very top layer another layer of potatoes.
Add the stock, then salt and pepper to taste. Place the cover on the pan and turn down to simmer for approximately one hour.
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