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Irish Colcannon with Bacon

Irish Colcannon with Bacon recipe
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If Irish eyes are smiling, it could be because we added bacon to the potatoes and cabbage in this colcannon—and it's still a Healthy Living recipe!
time
prep:
20 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
10 servings, 1/2 cup each
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posted:
1/15/2007
My family loved it, my son requested more bacon. I will make this again!
posted:
1/9/2007
This is one of those side dishes that out-do the entree. I took it to a potluck and left with the only empty dish. :)
posted:
1/4/2007
My kids did not like it; however, the adults did. Good recipe.
posted:
9/14/2006
my family loved this dish. I added a little parmesan cheese. Will make again.
posted:
7/25/2006
Absolutely loved this recipe! Reminds me of an hungarian dish my ex's mother used to make. Next time I make this I plan on adding Polska Kielbasa (or a sausage that is similar) to it and it will make it a casserole like dish.
posted:
4/14/2006
The bacon makes this side dish very flavorful. Good for St. Patrick's Day and any hearty meat entree.
posted:
3/21/2006
This was a great variation on mashed potatoes as well as cooked cabbage. I liked the combination much better than cabbage alone. The bacon was a really good flavor, too. we had it with corned beef on St. Patrick's Day.
posted:
3/20/2006
This was a good twist on fried cabbage and mashed potatoes. Mixing them together was an interesting idea. I thought it was okay but didn't care for the bacon. My husband liked it quite a bit and had two big servings. I would think about adding some cheese next time.
posted:
3/16/2006
I had a recipe for this that used leeks. It came out wonderful and the entire family loved it. Great new addition if you like authentic Irish dishes.
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