If you’ve ever had traditional Irish food, you’ll know that it’s made from inexpensive, simple ingredients and there is a “no waste” approach to food. This comes from a long tradition and history of poverty for a large portion of the population. Of course, Ireland has come a long way and times have changed, but the traditional meals are still grounded in this long, rich history.
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Traditionally made with potatoes and kale, or cabbage, Colcannon has been a staple in Irish homes for hundreds of years. This classic dish combines the two vegetables along with a few other ingredients to create a warm, creamy delight.
In Norway, boiled potatoes with parsley and butter are a very popular side dish and they are served frequently, virtually every evening.
Serve Swedish rice pudding hot or cold.
A French vinaigrette is a simple yet elegant salad dressing. This recipe is very easy.
Try this easy to cook and delicious side dish. Nearly everyone likes potatoes, the creamier, the better.
This dessert appeals to the sight as much as taste. Prepare one single large rice pudding or individual portions.
Chocolate dissolves much better in water than milk. That is why making a water-chocolate paste is the first step. This chocolate paste will mix perfectly with the milk.
A pasta recipe as simple as it can be. This recipe will serve six people as a starter or side dish and four as a main course.