Monday, December 31, 2012

Dublin Coddle

I had some bratwurst recently and googled recipes using them as I wanted something different and stumbled on this a Dublin Coddle, its a simple one dish meal and great for cooler weather. Its also great to make extra to have leftovers. I think this is the first Irish meal I have cooked ;-) got to love cooking firsts. 


  • 3 medium potatoes thinly sliced 
  • 2 rasher's of bacon
  • 4 bratwurst sliced
  • 2 cups of vegetable stock 
  • one cup of water
  • salt and pepper to taste
  • 2 large carrots chopped
  • 1/2 red onion chopped

  1. cut the bacon into small pieces, saute with the onion for a few minutes
  2. then add the sliced sausage and brown slightly
  3. layer the potato and carrot on top
  4. add the stock, water and salt and pepper
  5. and turn to a simmer for about 45 minutes checking that there is enough water. 
  6. I like to have this like a soup

broccoli from my garden we had some for Christmas dinner :)

Had to share this one, every time I cook the kids do too, I must put pans, spoons and toy food back a few times a day. Its adorable though. 

Have a wonderful New years everyone and all the best for 2013, may it be filled with adventure and laughter

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  1. Looks delicious! Happy New Year!

  2. yum yum and perfect. Happy new year

  3. This dublin coodle looks so delicious. So good to have it for rainy season.
    Happy New Year!!

  4. Looks perfect! and made me to google for Irish cuisine...:) Happy New Year with cute little kiddos!!!

  5. What a nice meal, and that!

  6. Can't believe I've never heard of this! Looks perfect for January. Happy New Year! x

  7. You really are an inspiration to many out there. Here’s to 2013!

  8. Lovely, wholesome, comforting dish, Rebecca!
    Happy New Year to you and your family!

  9. I'm half Irish and this meal speaks to me! Happy New Year!

  10. A delicious and comforting meal! I have made Dublin Coddle for St. Patrick's Day and we enjoyed it very much.

  11. This is really perfect dish for cold winter, when it's snowing outside and you want something warm and comforting.. :)

    Happy New Year, Rebecca!

  12. A comforting and homey dish. I will love it too.

  13. Wow the broccoli looks fantastic! You must have a large garden. Happy New Year :)

  14. Happy New Year to you and yours! :-)

    Greetings from London.

  15. I have so much bratwurst from the summer to use up and this is absolutely perfect! Thanks, Rebecca! Happy New Year!

  16. This could be a Belgian dish! It looks splendid too! :) Yummm!

  17. Simple and comforting on a cold day!



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