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by:Two Eight     2019-08-03
Irish mashed potatoes, also known as "Colcannon", are made from cooked russet potatoes and kale or cabbage.The word "Colcannon" is translated as "white""In Ireland, people usually eat it next to meat or pork.Side dishes can be prepared with multiple adjustments such as spinach instead of kale, milk instead of buttermilk, and/or scallions or leeks instead of scallions.
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Colcannon is a good recipe offers 6 easily, but can be enlarged or scaled down.


Heat a pot of water, cook potatoes, peel potatoes.

Chop the potatoes and put them in the water carefully.Put the water back in a controlled boil and cook for 15 to 20 minutes, or until the potatoes become very soft when poked with a fork.Filter the potatoes into a spoon for backup.

Heat the butter in a large frying pan or pan.Add kale, onions and garlic.Stir-fry and stir frequently until kale is soft and garlic is fragrant for about 3 minutes.

Take the pot out of the fire.Add cooked potatoes and buttermilk.

Mash the potatoes with mashed potatoes or forks until the potatoes reach the desired texture.

Taste mashed potatoes and season with sea salt.Serve colcannon with butter and enjoy!
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