Pot Luck: Potato Recipes from Ireland

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Wolfhound, 1987 - Cooking - 96 pages
Better known as spuds, praties or Murphys, the potato has been associated for so long with Ireland that it's easy to take it for granted. But boiled or mashed aren't the only ways of serving this always-in-season vegetable. Combining the traditional and innovative, Nell Donnelly exploits the amazing capacity of the potato to fill an incredible range of soups, stews, chowders, salads, including oven-baked and easy Potato and Cheese Pie and the tantalizing taste of Frosted Lamb Loaf. From side dishes to main courses, you'll find an imaginative yet simple recipe for any occasion. In the introduction, the author delves into the mysterious history of the potato, recounts old-fashioned remedies associated with the potato, and shows how, far from being fattening, the potato is packed with vitamins and minerals essential to good health.

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Contents

Introduction
9
Oldfashioned Potato Remedies
16
Potato Bisque
22
Codys Chowder
28
Potato Salad with Yogurt
34
Hot Limerick Ham Salad
37
Tuna Crisp Casserole
43
Potato and Mushroom Bake
49
Bettys Ham and Potato Savoury
55
Kidneys with Potatoes and Mustard
61
Baked Potato Strips
64
Chips
71
BAKED JACKET POTATOES
77
Donegal Orange Potatoes
85
Potato and Apple Pie
92
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