A most delicious hearty Irish dish that will warm your heart and your stomach all at once. A Dublin Coddle, like most Irish food consists of simple ingredients: good quality sausages, potatoes, vegetable broth, onions and herbs.
6 bangers 3-4 slices of thick bacon cut into pieces 1 medium onion sliced 2 large cloves of garlic minced 3 carrots sliced 3 potatoes cut into pieces 2 bay leaves 1 leek 3 cups chicken or vegetable stock 3 sprigs of thyme black pepper a dash of allspice
In a large skillet cook the bacon until almost crisp. Remove and set aside in a small bowl.
Cut sausages into three pieces, and cook for about 15 minutes on medium heat until nicely browned.
Add the onion and ... See the full directions on my site
Sodium 934mg 38% DV
Fat 21g 33% DV
Protein 41g 83% DV
Carbs 33g 11% DV
Fiber 8g 34% DV
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% DAILY VALUE*
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
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