Dublin Coddle & Soda Bread


An Irish stew on a cold day & some Irish soda bread to mop up the juices! Shout out to my step mom who gave me the recipe for the Dublin Coddle.

Dublin Coddle

  • Preheat oven to 375degrees, spray cookie sheet with cooking oil & place 6 strips of chicken bacon directly on – bake until crisp/remove 
  • Grab a skillet, spray with cooking oil & add 6 hot italian pork sausages – turn frequently until slightly cooked -place to the side
  • Begin to layer crockpot – a thickly sliced onion, 1.5 thickly sliced potatoes, all the strips of chicken bacon, all sausages, handful of baby carrots, one thick sliced onion & the final layer of 1.5 thick sliced potatoes – whew!
  • Then for the last touch add one beer – any kind. I used a Sam Adams Alpine Spring..it was the only beer in the fridge.
  • Turn on crockpot to low and let cook for 5-6hours

Irish Soda Bread

  • Preheat oven to 400dregrees & spray cookie sheet with baking oil – set aside
  • In small bowl add 2 & 1/4C almond milk & 1T apple cider vinegar. Let stand for 5minutes
  • In a large bowl at 4C whole wheat flour, 1t baking soda, 1/2t baking powder & 1t salt – blend with hands & add more flour if sticky ( I added a few more tbsp’s)
  • Once ball formed place on prepared cookie sheet & slice a large X on the top (soda bread tradition)
  • Bake for 45minutes – set on wire rack & let cool

To serve add fresh parsley to the coddle & slice up the soda bread- use to mop up the goodness!

This will be a must on St. Patty’s Day, Enjoy!

Nutritional Info Per Serving for Coddle (serves 6):
360 calories – 19 grams of fat – 23 carbs – 21 grams of protein 
Nutritional Info for Bread Per Slice (10 slices): 165 calories – 1.5 grams of fat – 36 carbs – 5 grams of protein

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