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|Calories220Calories from Fat110|
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|Calories from Fat110|
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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.
Kristin 5 months ago
My family loved this!!! We will definitely make it again.
Sophia Mullen 6 months ago
I added ham instead of bacon because that's what I have. It's good. I'll make it again.
Cin 7 months ago
I've made colcannon before....but this recipe is the best I've ever tried. It is super easy to make and tastes fantastic! This will be a regular dish in my house!
Alice Mannix 9 months ago
Awesome reciepe everyone loved it. Definitely will make again and again. Thank you.
Cheryl Christian 9 months ago
these were some of the best potatoes ive ever had they turned amazing
Hubly 9 months ago
This is one of the most delicious potato dishes I have eaten. I used kale because I was already using cabbage with my corned beef. I cooked it long enough to coat it with the butter, but left it a bit crunchy still. The bacon adds the perfect crispiness. Great flavor.
Tom Brocklehurst 9 months ago
Easy to make. It was a nice Irish dish to make that was different.
ELLIE 9 months ago
Purists, the author clearly states this is her version of Colcannon.
Erin Wood 9 months ago
Actually a real traditional recipe would have kale, not cabbage. But cabbage is commonly used as a replacement, especially in America. A good recipe overall.
AptCulinaire 9 months ago
Colcannon in Ireland (Dublin) is made with chopped cooked kale and chopped white onion mixed in with mashed potatoes salt pepper butter and milk
Michelle a year ago
These potatoes are fantastic! Love the crunch of the cabbage, and you can feed a small army with this side!
Rina Jeremiah 2 years ago
Great as a side and the bacon is a great touch!
Stephen Finlay 2 years ago
If I were to make this again I would soften the cabbage in the microwave while boiling the potatoes. Then mash the potatoes and add the cabbage, bacon and green onion. This way it is all nice and warm when served.
Angela 2 years ago
So good! I did make it with spinach instead so will have to make it again with cabbage instead
CJ 2 years ago
very nice! added some red oniona and devoured it!
Chris Fields 2 years ago
Fantastic! i added more bacon and cut back a little on the cabbage and it was.fabulous!
MaryAnn 2 years ago
I prefer my potatoes smooth. I will add some more seasonings next time.
Gayle H. 2 years ago
We made this for St. Patrick’s Day and enjoyed it. It’s a nice change from plain mashed potatoes. I made the recipe just as it was and loved the slightly chunky potatoes. The bacon and green onion add to the topping. We serviced it with bangers (medium-spiced sausage) and green beans. A great meal.
Sarah Cantrell 2 years ago
perfect side dish. would definitely make again. i stirred the bacon in rather than on top.
Chris & Ken 2 years ago
It was good! We added green onions to add to the mashed potatoes as well as sprinkling them on top.
Lauren Hess 2 years ago
Made these tonight minus the bacon, and they were still delicious! Even my picky husband tried them. I even added some Irish Cheddar in mine when they were still hot for an extra touch.
Julie B. 2 years ago
Omg these are amazing potatoes, tested them out before adding bacon and green onions. My hubs just wanted to eat them out of the bowl. I may cut the salt a little next time but there WILL be a next time. Great change instead of mashed or boiled potatoes with corn beef
Jennifer S. 2 years ago
Colcannon doesn't have bacon in it. It's delicious enough without it.
patty 2 years ago
its sound so good.i will try soon