Ever Heard of Dublin Coddle – Here’s What It Is
Happy Saint Patrick's Day
All I wanted was some corned beef and I thought if I go to the grocery store and buy a corned beef how long does it take to cook, and how much do you buy so it would be enough but not too much
So I gotta clicking around and I thought is corned beef actually Irish, best corned beef I've ever had is in Jewish delis
I went down a rabbit hole looking up my corned beef answers and came out with the most popular googled Irish meal in the state of Maine
Ever hear of Dublin coddle
Neither had I. I've heard of coddled eggs and now know the meaning of the word coddle - which is to bring to a near boil
A Dublin coddle is food prepared just that way
Want the recipe
I switched to Wikipedia, here it is
Coddle is an Irish dish which is often made to use up leftovers. It most commonly consists of layers of roughly sliced pork sausages and rashers (thinly sliced, somewhat-fatty back bacon) with chunky potatoes, sliced onion, salt, pepper, and herbs (parsley or chives). Traditionally, it can also include barley. The dish is cooked in a pot with a well-fitting lid in order to steam the ingredients left uncovered by the broth.
So the most popular Irish recipe search in Maine is Irish coddle
This from a food sensitivity specialist York Test, which says
When trying many of the popular Irish dishes, it's easy to eat something that may not agree with you. New be sure to keep an eye out for symptoms of food sensitivity period
Sure drink too much Guinness, drink too much Irish whiskey, but blame it on the Irish soda bread
Or Dublin coddle.
Happy St Paddy's Day.